According to Turkish police, the Saudi journalist
Jamal Khashoggi who went missing earlier this week may have been killed inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey.
If proven right, the case could deepen the tense relations between Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
A Turkish official also said “We’re not sure how that happened, but we believe Mr. Khashoggi’s body didn’t leave the consulate.”
However Saudi authorities have responded to the accusations of stifling the press freedom by calling them baseless. A week ago Mr. Khashoggi, 59, entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul at around 1 p.m. on was recorded to not have ever come out of the premises.
Saudi Arabia has seen a recent increase in the authorities cracking down on dissent in the country.
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Certain activities by the King Salman and his powerful son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have led to arrest of many Saudis.
For Turkey, a country which boasts of tight security measures, the death of a foreign national journalist on its soil is another serious matter.