The outrage over Khashoggi's murder is commendable, but it is deeply inconsistent with arms sales policies.
The crown prince has threatened to develop nuclear weapons if Iran is able to do the same.
"All what we want right now is to bury him in Al-Baqi in Medina with the rest of his family," the grieving son added. "I talked about that with the Saudi authorities and I just hope that it happens soon."
Yasin Aktay, the top adviser to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the Saudis wanted "to leave no trace behind."
A police source confirmed to Newsweek that the sisters were believed to have been alive when they entered the Hudson River.
Intelligence agents crashed the party and detained the revelers following a noise complaint.
"[The execution] is evidence that Saudi Arabia does not fulfil the terms and conditions pertaining to the protection of domestic workers," said Wahyu Susilo, executive director at Indonesia's Migrant Care advocacy group.
Erdogan said Turkey had more information than it had shared so far about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
WWE is reportedly figuring out how to write John Cena and Daniel Bryan out of the Crown Jewel pay-per-view.
MBS's 'reforms' are all about centralizing power.
Erdogan knows that knows that in the Khashoggi affair, time is very much on his side.
"It's very simple," the president said. "Bad deal. It should have never been thought of."
Images of the crown prince meeting with Khashoggi's son and shaking his hand have been circulated online.
The chancellor said there was an "urgent need for further clarification" of the circumstances surrounding Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
"You don't bring a bone saw to an accidental fistfight," Senator Ben Sasse said Sunday.
The report suggested Albostani "could have been silenced."
University of New Haven helps Saudi police college train a 'next generation of security professionals.'