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>> Saudi Arabia's explanation of how journalist Jamal Khashoggi died is drawing mixed reaction from world powers. Its allies in the Middle East closed ranks around the kingdom. Egypt, for example, called the developments from Riyadh, quote, decisive and brave. But as the White House waits for more information, both Democrats and some of President Trump's own Republicans are being more critical.
Chief among them, Republican Senator, Lindsey Graham, who said he is skeptical. The British government is also reacting cautiously, saying it's considering its next steps. Prime Minister Theresa May has long been under pressure to suspend its own arms sales to the kingdom over the war in Yemen. Turkey, where Khashoggi died, says it won't permit a cover up, and its ruling party also questioned the Saudi version of events.
Outside the consulate and suspected murder scene, supporters of the Washington Post columnist had their own message.>> It is not over. It is just starting. Today we are calling the whole world on duty. We want justice for Jamal. We want Jamal's murderers to be punished>> That's
], a friend of Khashoggi, who ended his speech saying the words the journalist used to say.
>> Say your words and move on. May his soul rest in peace.