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>> The journalist killed in Istanbul's Saudi consulate was suffocated as soon as he entered the building. According to Istanbul's chief prosecutor, Jamal Khashoggi disappeared four weeks ago during an appointment to pick up paper work for his upcoming marriage. In a statement from the prosecutor, it says the planned killings saw the Saudi critic suffocated and then his body dismembered, and disposed of.
The announcement comes after two days of talks with Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor who has been in Turkey as part of a joint investigation. The statement also said no concrete results were reached in those meetings. Khashoggi's death has escalated into a crisis for the kingdom, which at first denied any knowledge of or role in his disappearance.
The Saudi prosecutor later saying the killing was premeditated, and that Riyadh arrested 18 suspects. That's still not enough for Turkey though. President Erdogan is demanding to know who ordered the killing, that still remains unknown.