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Turkish Police Search For Khashoggi's Body Intensifies

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Getty A Turkish politician claimed on Monday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi's body was dumped in a well on the grounds of the the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. It wasn't clear where Doğu Perinçek got that information, and the Turkish president did not address it in a speech on Tuesday. Turkish state media reported on Wednesday that Turkish police were given permission to search the well. Saudi officials initially refused to allow the search, state media said.

Added on the 24/10/2018 10:11:55 - Copyright : Wochit

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