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Turkey Questions Employees Of Saudi Consulate Over Journalist's Disappearance

President Trump says he believes Jamal Khashoggi is dead, telling The New York Times that his judgment is based on intelligence reports "coming from every side."
If Saudi Arabia is responsible for a Saudi journalist's disappearance, the consequences will be "very severe," President Trump told The New York Times. Source: Chip Somodevilla

Updated at 1:43 p.m. ET

Turkey is intensifying its investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Turkish state media says authorities questioned 15 Turkish employees of Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, where he was last seen on Oct. 2, and multiple media outlets say Turkish investigators were searching specific sites near the city for his remains.

The fate of Khashoggi, a

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