ISTANBUL – The latest news about the disappearance of a Saudi writer who Turkish officials fear has been killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul (all local time):
U.S. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Prince Mohammed said at the Tuesday meeting, "We are strong and ancient allies, sharing our challenges – the past, the day, the morning."
Pompeo thanked Prince Mohammed for accepting him would have.
The meeting took place two weeks after the disappearance of Khashoggi, who went into a self-imposed exile the United States amid the rise of Prince Mohammed
Turkish officials fear that Saudi officials killed and killed the writer in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul have dismembered. Saudi Arabia previously called the allegation "groundless" but reportedly could acknowledge that Khashoggi was killed there.
France's Foreign Minister warns of possible "consequences" for the disappearance and alleged murder of the Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi
Jean-Yves Le Drian described the disappearance on Tuesday as "extreme seriously "and said that France is pushing" with the greatest clarity on what has happened "with other countries.
He added, "If these alleged serious acts were committed, it would have consequences."
Le Drian said he had discussed the case with visiting Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Tuesday.
The UN Human Rights Bureau calls for the immediate and "absolute" lifting of diplomatic immunity that hashoggi officials or premises enjoy in investigating the enforced disappearance and alleged murder of the Saudi writer Jamal K.
UN Rightsholder Michelle Bachelet said that the "inviolability or immunity" of persons or entities granted under the 1963 Vienna Convention on consular relations should be lifted immediately.
She said Tuesday that the Saudi authorities should disclose what had happened and insisted that "no further obstacles" should be put in the way of a swift, thorough, impartial and transparent investigation.
Bachelet was reluctant to demand an international investigation.
Rupert Colville, spokesman for the Human Rights Bureau, said: "We hope the waiver of immunity is absolute" and "the investigators must be able to investigate everything they want."
Turkish media cite President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as police investigator Searching for evidence of "toxic materials" in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared two weeks ago.
NTV broadcaster Erdo gan said Tuesday Commenting on a group of journalists,
Turkish officials believe that Khashoggi was killed and dismembered at the consulate, Saudi Arabia previously called the allegation "groundless," but reports suggest that they acknowledge that Khashoggi was killed there.  Turkish forensic investigators raided the consulate overnight, a Turkish official said on Tuesday that was also the whereabouts of the Saudi Diplomats in Istanbul would be searched.
The state Anadolu agency cited Erdogan as saying "Turkey wants a result that gives us an opinion on what happened to the journalist"
A Turkish Foreign Ministry official says the Turkish authorities are searching the home of the leading Saudi diplomat in Istanbul for the disappearance of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The officer did not say when the search for the Consul's home would take place The condition of anonymity in line with government regulations.
Khashoggi disappeared on a visit to the consulate two weeks ago, Turkish officials fear that Saudi officials killed and dismembered the writer within the mission, claiming that the claim was "groundless." "but reports indicate that they recognize that Khashoggi was killed there. [1 9659033] Turkish forensic teams raided the consulate building in Istanbul overnight where Khashoggi was last seen. Turkish officials did not say if significant evidence was found.
Surveillance recordings leaked into Turkish media show vehicles that went home after the disappearance of Khashoggi between the consulate and consul.
-Suzan Fraser in Ankara, Turkey;
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Saudi King Salman over the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Pompeo arrived in Riyadh on Tuesday in a royal palace. The king greeted Pompeo with the words: "I hope you feel well here."
Pompeo replied, "Thank you for accepting my visit on behalf of President (Donald) Trump."
Pompeo is also scheduled to meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom Khashoggi critically wrote in the Washington Post and whose transfer of power led the writer into self-imposed exile in the US
Khashoggi disappeared into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago , Turkey fears that Khashoggi was killed and dismembered at the consulate. Saudi Arabia used to call the allegation "groundless", but reports suggest that the kingdom may soon confirm that the writer was killed there.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights urges Saudi Arabia Arabia and Turkey "reveal everything they know about the disappearance and possible extrajudicial killings" of the Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Michelle Bachelet spoke on Tuesday when US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Saudi Arabia to discuss with King Salman Khashoggi's disappearance.
Meanwhile, Turkish forensic investigators raided the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where Khashoggi disappeared on 2 October.
Bachelet said, "There seems to be clear evidence that Mr. Khashoggi entered the consulate and never did. Since then, it has been up to the Saudi authorities to reveal what happened to him from that point on."
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has arrived in Saudi Arabia to meet with King Salman on the disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Pompeo landed in Riyadh on Tuesday morning and was about to meet the king about the crisis in Khashoggi. who disappeared two weeks ago during a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Turkish officials say they fear Khashoggi was killed and dismembered at the consulate. Saudi officials previously described the allegations as "baseless," but reports in the US media on Tuesday suggested that the kingdom could confirm that the writer was killed there.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on his way to Saudi Arabia to speak with his king about the disappearance and alleged murder of the Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Pompeo was in the air when a Turkish police forensics team ended its hours-long search for police at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul early Tuesday morning.
Khashoggi disappeared two weeks ago during a visit to the consulate. Turkish officials fear he was killed and dismembered. Saudi Arabia described these allegations as "baseless" but could not explain what happened to them.
US media reports overnight indicate that Saudi Arabia will soon admit that Khashoggi was killed in a consulate interrogation.
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