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>> US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who's returned to Saudi Arabia, to meet its king and crown prince. And it appears that the investigation into journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death was near the top of the agenda, or more specifically, bringing those responsible to account. But when he spoke to reporters later, the Secretary only said that the investigative process was ongoing.
The CIA itself which Pompeo used to lead, believes crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman, organized the killing of the Washington Post columnist. And although there's been almost two dozen arrests and five are facing the death penalty, the prince has always denied involvement. The killing also focused more attention on Saudi Arabia's involvement in Yemen Civil War.
Pompeo said that during his meeting, the Saudi leaders agreed to stick to agreements made to end the nearly four-year conflict.>> Thanks for all your help. It was a great trip, thanks.>> Pompeo will end his Middle East tour with a brief stop at Oman. A trip to Kuwait was cut short due to a death in his family.