Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi ambassador to UK 'concerned'

BBC News

Saudi Arabia's UK ambassador has told the BBC he is "concerned" about missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf al Saud added it would be "premature" to comment on the issue at present. Mr Khashoggi, a well-known critic of the Saudi government, has not been seen since visiting the country's consulate in Istanbul last week. Meanwhile, Sir Richard Branson has said he has halted investing in Saudi Arabia over Mr Khashoggi's disappearance. Mr Khashoggi's fiancée fears he has been kidnapped or killed while Turkish authorities in Istanbul believe he was murdered by Saudi agents.

Killing Khashoggi: How a Brutal Saudi Hit Job Unfolded

NYT > Middle East

Jamal Khashoggi 8:32 Killing Khashoggi: How a Brutal Saudi Hit Job Unfolded Jamal Khashoggi 1:10 Crown Prince Calls Khashoggi Killing 'Painful to All Saudis' Jamal Khashoggi 0:21 Saudi Crown Prince Shakes Hands With Khashoggi's Son U.S. 0:41 Trump: Khashoggi Killing 'Worst' Cover-Up Middle E...

Saudi Arabia is counting on its allies sticking with it through the Khashoggi case -- for a price

Los Angeles Times

From the first days following Khashoggi's disappearance after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul more than three weeks ago, Middle Eastern governments have had to balance how to remain in Riyadh's good graces while an inexorable drip-line of leaks by Turkish officials pointed to a cruel killing and dismemberment of a onetime insider turned critic.

Khashoggi's Son Leaves Saudi Arabia, US Praises Decision

U.S. News

The shifting explanations indicate Saudi Arabia is scrambling for a way out of the crisis that has enveloped the world's largest oil exporter and a major U.S. ally in the Middle East. But a solution seems a long way off, partly because of deepening skepticism in Turkey and elsewhere that the brazen crime could have been carried out without the knowledge of Prince Mohammed, the kingdom's heir apparent.

Khashoggi's fiancee: He felt assured entering the Saudi consulate

Al Jazeera

Jamal Khashoggi's fiancee has told a Turkish TV network that he felt assured entering the Saudi consulate. Hatice Cengiz said Khashoggi did not believe Saudi Arabia would dare to question or arrest him in a foreign country.