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Turkish police believe Saudis killed journalist in consulate hit


Images of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where Turkish police believe prominent Saudi journalist and critic Jamal Khashoggi was murdered after he went missing on Tuesday, according to an unnamed government official. IMAGES

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