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Yeni Şafak newspaper of Turkey reported that it has acquired the recording of the Saudi opposition journalist’s murder at the consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul.

According to the newspaper, it became known in the recording that while Jamal Khashoggi was being interrogated at the consulate, first, his fingers were torn, and subsequently, his head was cut off.

And when the consul of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul had objected saying this should be done outside and not inside the consulate, he was threatened.

On October 2, The Washington Post correspondent Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul to validate documents, but went missing. The Turks are confident that he was killed there for writing articles that criticize Riyadh. Saudi Arabia, however, denies these accusations claiming that the journalist disappeared after leaving the consulate.

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