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'Cut it into pieces': Khashoggi's dismemberment was methodically planned, UN report says

WASHINGTON - A new independent United Nations report provides a glimpse of the horrific last moments of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, detailing how the men lying in wait for him at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul coolly discussed how they would dismember his corpse.

"Cut it into pieces," a man identified as a Saudi pathologist says on audio shared by Turkish authorities, according to the 101-page document released Wednesday. "It will

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