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The New York Times, citing a person familiar with the Saudi plans, reported that Prince Mohamed bin Salman had approved an interrogation or rendition of Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is "one of the biggest players in the Middle East and is one of the two biggest growing markets for foreign military sales", he said.

CNN's report said the nation had not given its clearance for the attack on Khashoggi, and said "Those involved will be held responsible".

Fox News host Shepard Smith dismissed President Donald Trump's theory that "rogue killers" could be responsible for the disappearance of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi.

Turkish officials have said they believe he was killed - a claim Saudi Arabia has denied - with the controversy dealing a huge blow to the kingdom's image and efforts by its crown prince to showcase a reform drive.

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The bank is also among the advisers Saudi Arabia hired to help sell pieces of the kingdom's state-owned oil business.

Saudi Arabia unapologetically flogs, imprisons - and occasionally, crucifies - people for committing the crime of "homosexual intercourse".

The Saudi government has repeatedly denied any involvement in the journalist's disappearance and in a statement Sunday warned that "if it receives any action, it will respond with greater action".

SAUDI KING THANKS PRESIDENT ERDOĞANA delegation of Saudi officials sent to Turkey to join their Turkish counterparts to find out what happened to Khashoggi spent hours at Istanbul Police Department Headquarters on Vatan Boulevard.

The worldwide backlash has been swift and damning, with a growing roster of top American executives bowing out of a Saudi investment conference in Riyadh later this month.

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Turkish officials have said that two private planes carrying 15 Saudi operatives flew to Turkey and the men were seen arriving at the consulate shortly before Khashoggi entered the compound. Turkish officials have said he was killed and dismembered.

Trump told reporters as he departed the White House en route to Florida Monday that he spoke by phone with Saudi Arabia's King and that "The King firmly denied any knowledge" of the disappearance.

But he has said repeatedly that he does not want to halt a proposed $110 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia - as some in Congress have said he should - because it would harm the United States economically. Those policies are all seen as initiatives of the crown prince.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon became the most high-profile banker to withdraw from the event on Sunday night. Both companies declined to comment. Prince Mohammed told Reuters previous year that Blackstone and BlackRock Inc were planning to open offices in the kingdom. She added, "There are many friends and allies we could have gone to".

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Ford Motor Co Chairman Bill Ford also pulled out, as well as media organizations like CNN and Bloomberg which once served as sponsors of the conference. Although few are thus at stake, the military sales relationship does provide the United States with leverage, if it chose to use it, given Saudi Arabia's longstanding use of US equipment and the difficulties in switching to incompatible ordnance from a different supplier.

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