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>> These men may be the two man clean-up team sent to erase evidence of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a week after the journalist disappeared in a Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2nd. That's according to a Turkish government source, who says the two men are a sign, top Saudi officials knew about the crime.
And, that the men arrived embedded with the same group of Saudi officials sent for a joint investigation with their Turkish counterparts. Turkey's vice-president on Monday called for an investigation into Turkish newspaper reports claiming that Khashoggi's body was disposed of using acid. Speaking at the UN on Monday, the president of Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Commission confirmed it would prosecute those behind Khashoggi's death.
He said King Salman had instructed the Saudi public prosecutor to proceed with the investigation. The United States told the UN that a through and transparent investigation is essential. Khashoggi's sons seen here with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, have issued an appeal for the return of their fathers remains.
Saying their family is unable to grieve without them