Saudi considers admitting Khashoggi died in botched op

Turkey to search consulate as Saudi king denies knowing Khashoggi fate

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The political fallout of the disappearance and possible death of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi has continued to reverberate around world, casting a cloud on a major investment conference aimed at promoting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plans for the kingdom. And questions continue to swirl about his disappearance.

The US State Department also has urged a thorough investigation into the disappearance.

The US President today said he has spoken to Saudi Arabia's King Salman about the incident, suggesting that "rogue killers" could be responsible.

But Trump had a theory. "But his was a flat denial".

With Trump now appearing to buy into theories about "rogue killers" being responsible, even while Ankara claims it possesses strong evidence of Riyadh's guilt, it seems certain that anyone expecting a strong United States response to Khashoggi's disappearance would be well advised to lower their expectations now. It's a very serious situation for us and this White House. Could it be them?

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One source cautioned that the report was still being prepared and could change, CNN said.

Shortly after the cleaning crew entered the Saudi consulate, a team of investigators arrived in an unmarked police vehicle to begin an inspection of the building a full 13 days after Khashoggi entered to obtain marriage documents and never reemerged.

U.S. CONSIDERING PUNITIVE MEASURESTrump yesterday said he spoke with King Salman and was sending U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with the king immediately. The president has said he doesn't want the Khashoggi matter to scuttle an arms deal with the Saudis.

"Listen I am concerned", he said. Democratic lawmakers criticized Trump for using the term "rogue killers".

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CNBC reports that Khashoggi was last seen on October 2 as he entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. It was unclear whether there would be much of anything to investigate forensically, given that so much time has passed since Khashoggi was last seen.

"It has been 13 days since the event, so surely proving some of the evidence might be difficult" the Turkish official said.

Turkish officials say they fear a Saudi hit team killed Khashoggi, who has been missing almost two weeks. His disappearance has led to strong global condemnation of Saudi Arabia, and that condemnation is now starting to trickle over into the business world. A bone saw was used to dismember Khashoggi's body and it was placed in handheld cases and transported back to Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia has warned that it would retaliate against any punishment with even greater measures.

October 9: Cengiz writes an op-ed in Washington Post, saying her husband-to-be had applied for USA citizenship and that his reason for visiting Turkey was to take care of all necessary paperwork for them to marry before he returned to Washington.

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