"I see things that are deceptive every day", he said Monday at a CNN event in NY after he was asked if the Saudi government had been deceptive about Khashoggi's death in its Istanbul consulate. Now, what appears to be surveillance video, broadcast by CNN, casts doubt on the Saudis' story. Later, the same man apparently emerges from the consulate dressed in Khashoggi's clothes, apart from the shoes in an attempt, it seems, to cover up Khashoggi's death by pretending that he left the building unharmed.
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In a statement Sunday, the governments said attacks on journalists are unacceptable and "of utmost concern to our three nations". I would like to comment on the current situation regarding the journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.
A spokesman for Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party said Monday that Khashoggi's murder was "complicated" and "monstrously planned".
Turkish police on Monday found an abandoned auto belonging to the Saudi consulate at an underground vehicle park in Istanbul, three weeks after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the kingdom's mission. But Saudi officials have so far refused to answer questions about what happened to Khashoggi's remains, fueling already widespread condemnation of the killing.
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Also the Brazilian's mind that he is still in the shadows Klana Mbappe, although moved to PSG in the status of the main star. Whilst he appeared to distance himself from any of these reports , he admitted that a deal is possible.
His friend Turan Kislakci told CBS News they need it to hold a proper funeral, but even more importantly, to get to the truth.
Khashoggi went to the consulate that day on an administrative errand, after consular employees told him that paperwork he needed for his marriage would be ready October 2, his family and friends said. Asked whether the administration is reassessing the crown prince as an ally, Kushner said that "once we have all the facts then we'll make an assessment".
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However, an expert told the People's Daily that the artificial moon's light shouldn't be so bright that it would impact them. A Chinese city's plans to launch a man-made moon to replace street lights has been met with derision and incredulity online.