Saudi Arabia sold structure where Khashoggi was executed: Report

Saudi Arabia has sold the structure lodging its political mission in Istanbul where Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi was slaughtered a year ago, a Turkish telecaster said. 

As per Habeturk TV, the structure, situated in the upscale Levent neighborhood, was sold over a month prior to an undisclosed purchaser for 33% of its worth. 

"Another structure for the department had just been bought in Sariyer area, which additionally has the US Consulate," it included. 

The Turkish telecaster said that Saudi specialists would have required endorsement from Turkey's remote service before continuing with the property's deal. 

In any case, an authority at the Turkish remote service told the Middle East Eye that Turkey had no data to affirm the deal. 

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Khashoggi, a Washington Post benefactor who was living in the United States, had gone to his nation's department in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, to gather records for his arranged wedding before he was executed and his body eviscerated. 

Turkish media reports recommended his remaining parts, which have never been found, were broken up in corrosive. 

Sources told the Al Jazeera news that there was fortuitous proof recommending Khashoggi's remaining parts were burned in the nursery of the consular general's living arrangement, 300 meters from the office. 

The Saudi security group that visited Turkey following Khashoggi's homicide had arranged a specialized report that said they couldn't find every one of the bugs in the department and, in this manner, another structure was required, Haberturk TV said. 

"The Saudis are likewise attempting to sell the diplomat general's legitimate living arrangement, which is found extremely near the department. Be that as it may, they couldn't discover any purchaser yet."

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