Canada concerned over reports Saudi journalist killed

Canada concerned over reports Saudi journalist killed

Canada concerned over reports Saudi journalist killed

The Washington Post has published an image it described as the last surveillance photograph of its missing Saudi contributor. "We have some concrete information, it won't be an unresolved crime", the Middle East Eye reported. "We want to swiftly get results", he said, adding without explanation: "My expectation is still positive". "I hope we won't encounter an undesirable situation". She and Turkish officials say he never emerged, even though Saudi Arabia insists he left the building.

On Tuesday, a picture of a man said to be Khashoggi, entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul was shared on social media, allegedly showing him entering shortly before his disappearance.

"I assure you that the reports that suggest that Jamal Khashoggi went missing in the Consulate in Istanbul or that the Kingdom's authorities have detained him or killed him are absolutely false, and baseless", it notes.

Turkey has not issued any proof to back up its claims.

The ambassador said the Istanbul consulate is fully cooperating with local authorities and that a Saudi team was sent to Istanbul to cooperate with their Turkish counterparts.

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Another report in the daily newspaper Sabah said investigators were also focused on a convoy of diplomatic vehicles that departed from the consulate on the day Khashoggi vanished.

There he wrote opinion pieces for the Washington Post and continued to appear on Arab and Western TV channels. Relations were already strained after Turkey sent troops to the Gulf state of Qatar a year ago in a show of support after its Gulf neighbors, including Saudi Arabia, imposed an embargo on Doha.

Yasin Aktay, an official in Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) who was close to the journalist, said Khashoggi had made an appointment in advance with the consulate and called to check the documents were ready.

He said he was personally following the case but had no new evidence to table.

On Monday, a Turkish official also said Saudi Arabia's envoy to Ankara had been summoned to the foreign ministry for a second time on Sunday and had been asked by Turkish diplomats to be "in full coordination" on the matter. "The free world deserves answers" in a Tweet on Monday evening.

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Fred Hiatt, the director of the Washington Post's editorial page, said if the reports were true "it is a monstrous and unfathomable act". Banners read, "We will not leave without Jamal Khashoggi". "We will not spare any effort to locate him, just as we would if it were any other Saudi citizen", it said.

Erdogan said the prosecutor's investigation into the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi was continuing.

Mr Khashoggi fled his native Saudi Arabia in 2017 amid a clampdown on opposing views of the Saudi regime.

On Friday, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said Turkey could search the consulate for the missing dissident.

Relations were already strained after Turkey sent troops to the Gulf state of Qatar previous year in a show of support after its Gulf neighbors, including Saudi Arabia, imposed an embargo on Doha. Saudi Arabia is central to his attempt at a peace plan between Israel and the Palestinians.

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The ultra-conservative kingdom in June lifted a ban on women driving, but it has drawn heavy criticism for its handling of dissent.

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