On Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called upon the Gulf country to expose the people who sanctioned the murder. Turkey alleges a 15-member hit squad was sent to Istanbul to kill the journalist.
Mojeb has acknowledged that the killing was premeditated, and the Saudis vowed to investigate and prosecute those responsible in Saudi Arabia.
But after a warm reception from Saudi officials inside the consulate, his concerns dissipated and he entered the consulate on October 2 without hesitation, Cengiz said, and was never seen again.
The murder of the Washington Post columnist and USA resident, Khashoggi spiralled into a crisis for Saudi Arabia.
"Then it should take decisive action to impose sanctions on those responsible - including, if the available evidence points to him, Mohammed bin Salman - and reshape US relations with Saudi Arabia", said the board.
But Turkish officials have told local media that the Saudi prosecutor has refused to share information and appears "primarily interested in finding out what evidence the Turkish authorities had against the perpetrators".
Earlier, US President Donald Trump had warned the United States, which is Saudi Arabia's biggest backer, could impose sanctions if it was proved the journalist was killed.
Reports from recent days suggest that Khashoggi's remains were disposed of in the garden of the Saudi general consul's house in Istanbul.
The statement comes after talks between the chief prosecutors of Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Turkish officials, including Erdogan, have repeatedly complained that Saudi Arabia has obstructed the investigation by refusing to reveal key pieces of evidence like the location of Khashoggi's body.
The slain journalist had also been an outright critic of the powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his policies.
Saudi officials have said the kingdom will try the 18 and bring them to justice after the investigation is complete.
But Bracamontes was first deported during the Clinton administration and later slipped back into the US during the George W. He then reportedly returned to the U.S. in 2001, was deported, then returned again in 2002, all during Republican George W.
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Iran is its third-largest supplier after Iraq and Saudi Arabia and meets about 10 per cent of total needs. The coaliton forming between the European Union and Iran was met with disbelief and anger from U.S.
The Supreme Court has never ruled squarely about the clause's application to children of immigrants who are in the USA illegally. In fact, many legal scholars say the 14th Amendment is clear in conferring citizenship on people born in the United States.
The journalist's family told the Post in response: " Jamal Khashoggi was not a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Saudi Arabia has faced backlash over the death, including from its allies, who have called for answers.
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