US urges return of Khashoggi's remains to family

| 02.11,18. 01:42 PM |



US urges return of Khashoggi's remains to family



The remains of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi should be located and returned to his family for burial as soon as possible, the U.S. said Thursday.


State Department spokesman Robert Palladino told reporters Washington will "hold accountable not only those who executed the murder, but also those who led, were involved and were connected to it."


Khashoggi has been missing since Oct. 2 when he entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. After offer varying explanations for his disappearance, Saudi Arabia acknowledged he was killed in the diplomatic facility, but sought to shift the blame for his slaying on a "rogue operation."


Riyadh has been mum on the location of Khashoggi's remains.


aa


(Votes: 0)

Write Your Comment
Comment

Other News

'Khashoggi's body disposed of after dismembering' New Istanbul airport among largest in world Turkey marks 95th anniversary of Republic Day Iran responds to economic crisis with Suppression inside Lion Air plane carrying at least 188 people crashes after taking off from Jakarta: official Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect charged with murder, could face death penalty Turkish president, Canadian PM discuss Khashoggi case Amman.. HRH Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein is following on a major rescue Amman..Death toll rises to 20 in Dead Sea tragedy Saudi van with 3 suitcases leaves Istanbul consulate Iran Uprising - No. 216 Arrest and summoning teachers, kidnapping Hashem Khastar and transferring him to a psychiatric hospital Website of Saudi investment conference hacked Erdogan conveys condolences to Khashoggi’s family: Turkey will do everything to enlighten murder Khashoggi murder 'premeditated': President Erdogan Surveillance footage shows Saudi 'body double' in Khashoggi's clothes after he was killed, Turkish source says Turkish police finds Saudi Consulate car in parking lot President Erdogan ranked world's top influential Muslim Saudi Arabia says Khashoggi died at Istanbul consulate Istanbul: Saudi Consulate staffers speak to prosecutors Turks, Saudis to search consul's residence in Istanbul Saudi consul general leaves Turkey amid journo probe Saudi Arabia to admit Khashoggi was killed: report Death toll in Indonesia quake rises to 2,091 Donald Trump promises 'severe punishment' for Saudi Arabia if it killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi Iran: Intensifying pressure on prisoners Three killed as magnitude 6.4 quake strikes Indonesia Saudi prince allegedly sought to lure Khashoggi Trump's UN ambassador resigns post S.Arabia must show journalist made exit: Turkish leader Iran Uprising-No. 213 Maryam Rajavi commends Iran's protesting bazaar merchants: