Naming names, Turks turn up heat on Saudis in consulate case

Turkey’s pro-government Sabah newspaper published a list of 15 men it says formed a hit squad of Saudi government agents whom Ankara suspects of killing and dismembering Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul. A New York Times reports states the leak of the list of 15 Saudis appears to be part of a Turkish government campaign intended to pressure Riyadh into admitting Khashoggi was killed, as well as to spur wider international outrage.


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