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

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Sons of Slain Saudi Journalist Khashoggi Appeal for Return of His Body

U.S. News

All what we want right now is to bury him in Al-Baqi (cemetery) in Medina (Saudi Arabia) with the rest of his family," Salah Khashoggi said. "I talked about that with the Saudi authorities and I just hope that it happens soon."


Saudi Arabia Preparing to Admit Khashoggi Was Killed: CNN

U.S. News

One source cautioned that the report was still being prepared and could change, CNN said. The other source said the report would likely conclude that the operation was carried out without clearance and that those involved will be held responsible, the cable news outlet said.


Who are the Saudi suspects in the Khashoggi case?

Al Jazeera

It has been 15 days since Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly murdered after entering Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. Turkish authorities have said that a "hit squad" of 15 men may have been involved. Now, the Turkish newspaper Sabah published a list of the suspects and the New York Times has claimed some of them have ties to Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson has more on some of the Saudi men identified by the media.