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Turkey Calls for International Inquiry in Khashoggi Killing

Turkey Calls for International Inquiry in Khashoggi Killing
LONDON — Turkey's remote priest on Wednesday required a universal examination concerning the killing of the Saudi nonconformist Jamal Khashoggi, distinctly helping Saudi Arabia to remember Ankara's assurance to continue pointing out the case. Saudi Arabia is required for the current week to finish up its request. 

"A universal examination is significant," the remote priest, Mevlut Cavusoglu, told Parliament in comments announced by the semiofficial Anadolu news office. "We will take the necessary steps to expose the homicide." 

Other Turkish authorities said independently on Wednesday that the legislature was gauging demands for an examination by the human rights commission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and also for a free request under the secretary general of the United Nations. 

Mr. Khashoggi, a Virginia occupant who composed sections for The Washington Post, was executed on Oct. 2 by a group of Saudi operators inside the office in Istanbul.

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