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>> It's a case that Saudi Arabia had hoped would go away. But the UN has announced it's launching an independent international inquiry into the death of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. The UN expert on executions kicked of a week-long mission in Turkey with a trip to Ankara, meeting with the Turkish foreign minister.
She will also hold talk with Istanbul's chief prosecutor on Tuesday. Joined by forensic and legal team, Agnes Callamard has also requested access to the crime scene, Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. It was here on October 2nd that Khashoggi was murdered after entering for routine paperwork. Intelligence agencies believe Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman ordered the operation to kill, a charge denied by Saudi Arabia.
The UN said the team would seek to establish state's and individual's responsibilities for the killing, the findings are due to be reported in June.