Turkey prosecutor seeks arrest of two Saudi crown prince allies over Khashoggi murder

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A Turkish examiner has requested that capture warrants be issued against two Saudi nationals near Crown Prince Mohammed canister Salman over the homicide of writer Jamal Khashoggi, a Turkish source near the examination said on Wednesday. 

The main investigator's office in Istanbul recorded an application on Tuesday to get the warrants for Ahmad al-Assiri and Saud al-Qahtani, depicted in court reports as being "among the organizers" of the homicide of the Washington Post benefactor Khashoggi. 


Saudi writer Khashoggi, a commentator of the kingdom's administration, was most recently seen on October 2 entering his nation's office in Istanbul. 

His vanishing had been covered in secret and set off a universal emergency, with Turkish authorities blaming Saudi Arabia for a state-supported murdering.