Saudi preparing report to admit Khashoggi was killed

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Khashoggi meets Hatice Cengiz, a 36-year-old Turkish Ph.D. student, at a conference in Istanbul and she soon becomes his fiancée. He's told come back later.

(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 15, 2014, Jamal Khashoggi, looks on during a press conference in the Bahraini capital Manama.

October 1: He returns to Istanbul from a trip to London.

In Istanbul, meanwhile, Turkish and Saudi investigators began conducting a joint inspection of the consulate. Surveillance footage previously leaked in Turkish media shows vehicles moving between the consulate and the consul's home immediately after Khashoggi's disappearance. Cengiz contacts the Turkish police.

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The Times of Israel reported that Iran also may have reached a deal with Russia last month to take delivery of Iranian crude oil and then refine it and sell it to global buyers, in yet another possible scheme to bypass USA sanctions by "laundering" the oil through Russian markets. Turkish officials say he was interrogated, tortured, murdered and dismembered inside the building by order of Saudi leaders.

Khashoggi, 59, disappeared earlier this month after he entered the Saudi Consulate to obtain documents related to his upcoming marriage to a Turkish woman. "Determining what happened to Jamal Khashoggi is something of great importance to the president", she said.

Such an extraordinary search of a diplomatic post - considered foreign soil under worldwide law - perhaps represents new cooperation between Turkey and its fellow Sunni Muslim nation, Saudi Arabia.

Iran has lost some customers for its oil because of looming USA sanctions, but high prices are making up for the lost sales, Iranian Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri has said. We don't have any information on that. This will make it harder for the White House to rely on Saudi protestations of ignorance and any Saudi-Turkish agreement that tries to sweep Khashoggi's disappearance under the carpet. "We should focus on these fundamentals and not be distracted by the emotional and unbalanced claims coming from Tehran", he said. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

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Earlier in the day, Trump told reporters that it is possible that some "rogue element" within the government could have carried out this inhuman act. These include the World Bank, The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNBC and Uber.

The official said evidence was being shared with countries including Saudi Arabia and the United States.

In an interview with CBS" "60 Minutes' broadcast the night prior, Trump said of the situation: "There's a lot at stake..."

Mr. Trump has dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to get to the bottom of the disappearance of Mr. Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist who has been critical of the Saudi regime. "So, we're going to have to see".

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Khashoggi's presence in the Washington area, his insight derived from decades of flitting in and out of the Saudi elite, and his easygoing, scholarly manner made him a go-to source for policymakers and journalists alike. While he was passionate about the Muslim Brotherhood in his youth and appeared to have supported Osama Bin Laden in the 1980s, he later cultivated connections to Saudi power structures as a journalist-insider and served as a key source for USA officials in Riyadh.

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