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Turkish Officials Say Khashoggi Was Killed on Order of Saudi Leadership - The New York Times


Posted: Wed-Jun-2019



Security officials have concluded that the Saudi dissident was killed within two hours of his arrival at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, and his body dismembered.

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