ISTANBUL – After Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared, Turkish officials said privately that they knew exactly what happened to him: he’d been murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, dismembered and his body moved out in boxes.
Two weeks later, they’ve yet to go public or release conclusive evidence.
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