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

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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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