Turkey said on Tuesday it will search the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul as part of an investigation into the disappearance of a missing Saudi contributor to The Washington Post, a week after he vanished during a visit there. "It is going to put further stress on the relationship, particularly in terms of congressional views on Saudi Arabia", said Gerald Feierstein, a veteran USA diplomat in the Middle East who served as ambassador to Yemen.
"Based on their initial findings, the police believe that the journalist was killed by a team especially sent to Istanbul and who left the same day", the government source told AFP on Saturday.
Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) adviser Yassin Aktay said Ankara did not accuse Saudi Arabia in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
"I have raised Jamal's disappearance personally with the Saudi ambassador, and while we await more information, know we will respond accordingly to any state that targets journalists overseas", he wrote.
Saudi Arabia has said the accusations are "baseless" and claims Khashoggi left the consulate shortly after he arrived.
Turkish authorities suspect Khashoggi was murdered while inside the building, and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan says he is now personally involved in the case. the BBC reported. "We are trying to make certain that no innocent people die down there right now", he said. He had been living since a year ago in the United States, in self-imposed exile, in part due to the rise of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has shown little tolerance for criticism. "As we speak today, there are Saudi intellectuals and journalists jailed".
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Erdogan's comments were his most direct suggestion yet about potential Saudi culpability in Khashoggi's disappearance.
Turkey has asked for permission to search Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, broadcaster NTV said on Monday.
But since the emergence of Prince Mohammed, 33, as the center of power in the kingdom past year, Khashoggi has been openly critical of the monarchy.
Khashoggi entered the consulate last Tuesday and has not been heard of or seen since, according to his fiancée and friends.
"The request that America made to Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries is to be sure that if there is any loss of supply from Iran, that we will supply that".
Khashoggi hadn't lived in Saudi Arabia since he moved to the United States previous year.
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Turkish security sources confirmed the newspaper's report to MEE, and added that "there were intensive moves in and out of the consulate" last Tuesday.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said last week that Riyadh was "ready to welcome the Turkish government to go and search our premises", because it had "nothing to hide" about the missing journalist.
"If the Saudi regime murdered a journalist critic in their own consulate, there must be accountability and there must be an unequivocal condemnation by the United States", Sanders said in a foreign policy address at Johns Hopkins University in Washington. "And we will continue our dialogue with the Turkish government to see what happened to Jamal there". "Hopefully that will sort itself out".
"Our country's values should be and must be a cornerstone of our foreign policy with foes and allies alike", he said.
The administration has essentially told "violators of human rights and oppressive leaders, 'Go ahead, do what you need to do, we'll turn the other way, consequences won't be forthcoming, '" said Sarah Margon, Washington director of Human Rights Watch.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has met ambassador Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud to "seek answers", a day after Downing Street said the United Kingdom was "working urgently" to establish the facts behind the disappearance.
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