Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

'Germany, France, Britain, US and Saudi Arabia listened to Khashoggi tapes'

'Germany, France, Britain, US and Saudi Arabia listened to Khashoggi tapes'

Turkish sources have said previously that authorities have an audio recording purportedly documenting the murder.

It remains unknown when Sherman's bill will be brought to the floor for a vote, but it will probably be after the new Democratic-controlled House of Representatives convenes on 3 January 2019.

Finally, it would require the Republican firebrands administration to write reports on Saudi Arabia's inquiry into Mr Khashoggi's murder and the state of human rights in the country.

Many people in the U.S. now want to see the relationship between Washington and Riyadh terminated.

The bill would also force Riyadh to implement strict regulations in order to ensure that classified material regarding USA nuclear technology won't fall into the wrong hands, the report added. "Now Saudi Arabia should rid themselves of this stain by acting just against our goodwill", he said. "Now I think we have a chance", Sherman told Vox.

The Turkish minister explained that Ankara asked Riyadh to extradite the men Saudi detained for their involvement in Khashoggi's murder to Turkey for questioning.

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Although the kingdom insists that bin Salman had nothing to do with the murder, many observers believe he personally ordered the hit job.

Saudi Arabia has presented an evolving narrative about what happened to Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen.

"Saudi Arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb, but without a doubt, if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible", he told CBS back then.

Hatice Cengiz said on Twitter late Thursday that Khashoggi's killers had deprived his loved ones of conducting funeral prayers and burying him in Medina, Saudi Arabia, as he had wished.

Erdoğan also called on Saudi officials to do their part to reveal the unanswered parts of the dissident journalist's murder.

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