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Saudi Crown Prince 'phoned Khashoggi at the consulate in Turkey before he was murdered by hit squad'

MailOnline Monday, 22 October 2018
Saudi Crown Prince 'phoned Khashoggi at the consulate in Turkey before he was murdered by hit squad'Jamal Khashoggi, 59, was reportedly arrested by a 15-strong team of Saudi officials soon after entering the embassy building in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2.
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News video: Saudi Crown Prince says 'justice will prevail' in Khashoggi case

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The Saudi Crown Prince says that the Khashoggi scandal will not drive a wedge between Saudi and Turkey under the leadership of King Salman and President Erdogan. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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