In this December 15, 2014 file photo, Jamal Khashoggi, then general manager of a new Arabic news channel speaks during a press conference, in Manama, Bahrain.
An unidentified man tries to hold back the press as Saudi investigators arrive at the Saudi Arabian consulate on Monday. She has said she waited outside the consulate for hours but Khashoggi never came out. Cengiz contacts the Turkish police.
Mr Khashoggi has not been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul over a week ago after apparently giving his fiancee his iPhone, which the watch was synced with.
Trump called his top diplomat on Sunday night and asked him to have face-to-face meetings with the Saudi leaders, according to State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert.
Meanwhile, there is concern Khashoggi's disappearance could add to a sense that Saudi policy has become more unpredictable under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is pushing social reforms to modernise the kingdom but has also presided over a rise in tensions between Riyadh and several other countries. "We're still trying to figure out what actually happened". We don't know what has happened to him.
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In addition, Bloomberg , the New York Times , the Financial Times , CNN and CNBC have all cut their ties with the conference. The oil-rich kingdom has called the allegations "baseless", but has offered no evidence the writer ever left the consulate.
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But despite Mr Trump firing a warning shot at the Saudis, he underlined the White House would protect key defence deals.
"US sanctions on Riyadh would mean Washington is stabbing itself", said the general manager of the Dubai based Al-Arabiya news channel, Turki Aldakhil. Russian Federation wanted it, China wanted it, we wanted it. That's a bad situation. "I don't think the Khashoggi case will change anything regarding that", al-Hadj said. "We would be very upset and angry if that was the case". "We do not like seeing what's going on".
The Saudi Public Investment Fund negotiated a minority stake in Endeavor worth 345 million euros in March as powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman pushed for a foothold in the entertainment industry.
A team of Turkish police investigating the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has spent more than nine hours in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, as reports circulated that the kingdom may concede the killing took place there.
October 13: Cengiz writes another op-ed, this one in the New York Times, on what would have been Khashoggi's 60th birthday, this time referring to him in the past tense as if penning his obituary. "I don't like it one bit".
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow declined to speculate on what Trump might do after the president promised "severe punishment" in a "60 Minutes" interview, if the US determines that Khashoggi was indeed killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
United States lawmakers have been demanding to scrap the $110 billion mega defence deal with the Saudis, whereas heads of several companies, CEOs, newspapers have announced not to attend an upcoming finance conference in Saudi Arabia. "We have seen princes disappearing from Europe..."