On Monday afternoon, another scenario emerged: CNNreported that Saudi Arabia is preparing to say that Khashoggi was killed in an interrogation "that went wrong" and that he was supposed to be abducted instead.
However, he told CBS News on Saturday that the USA was investigating the case which he called "really bad and disgusting" and that "there will be severe punishment".
How was the consulate search conducted?
Khashoggi's disappearance nearly two weeks ago has sparked an global uproar involving the kingdom, Turkey and the United States that remains unresolved.
What does it say about the credibility of an investigation when a cleaning crew fully equipped with boxes of chemicals, mops, trash bags, and. milk arrives at the scene of the alleged crime right before the probe begins?
The New York Times, citing a person familiar with the Saudi plans, reported that Prince Mohamed binSalman had approved an interrogation or rendition of Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia. The kingdom has called such allegations "baseless" but has not offered any evidence Khashoggi ever left the consulate. "We're very much working with our allies in the worldwide community to try and bring forward a concerted, or at least an aligned, response as we learn more about this situation", Trudeau said during a "fireside chat" at the Fortune Global Forum in Toronto.
Saudi Arabia's ambitious Vision 2030 project - the brainchild of the kingdom's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - is heavily dependent on overseas investment.
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Much of the credit falls to coach Mike Babcock, who always keeps the greater good in perspective. "It makes you feel good". The most power-play goals he's scored in a single season is eight when he played all 82 contests of his rookie campaign.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Mr Trump was sending Mr Pompeo to Riyadh because "determining what happened to Jamal Khashoggi is something of great importance to the President".
The European Union has joined calls for a transparent investigation. Mogherini told reporters in Luxembourg that she will raise the issue at the upcoming EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting.
So far it still remains unclear how Trump would "punish" the kingdom economically over the journalist's disappearance, but major figures in the US Congress, such as Florida Senator Marco Rubio, have suggested halting arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
The Arabic-language daily Okaz wrote a headline on Monday in English warning: "Don't Test Our Patience". It showed a clenched fist made by a crowd of people in the Saudi flag's green color.
However, the White House brushed aside the Saudi threats, pledging a "swift, open, transparent investigation" into the journalist's disappearance. Speaking on CBS' "60 Minutes" Sunday, Trump said that he didn't "want to hurt jobs" at contractors such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.
Joe Lieberman, a former Democratic senator from CT who became an independent, said the disappearance and suspected murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi are "troubling", but until facts are established, the United States shouldn't destroy its relationship with Saudi Arabia.
The alternative source for the audio recording would have been surveillance devices which Turkish authorities had placed within the Saudi embassy - at the risk of upsetting the country, with whom it maintains a delicate relationship.
Fleetwood, part of Europe's victorious Ryder Cup team earlier this month, also produced a freak shot on the opening day. And that's meant as a compliment as much as anything else because I want to enjoy it for what it is".
The confirmation came from a member of the Google Pixel Camera engineering team, who introduced himself as Isaac. Luckily, the software update will apparently be applied to all versions of the Google Pixel device.
Asked when the public prosecutor could make an announcement, the official said: "He was instructed to work quickly". The chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Jamie Dimon, had been a featured speaker at the conference in Riyadh.
Jayasuriya, 49, was reportedly asked to cooperate with an inquiry from ACU chief Alex Marshall who visited Sri Lanka last month. But it was in the shorter form of cricket that he really stamped his name on the game.
His crossbench colleague, Rebekha Sharkie, said it was "disgraceful" if a senator didn't know what they were voting on. Nationals senator John "Wacka" Williams said he was "ignorant" of the phrase's popularity among far-right extremists.
England face South Africa on 3 November at Twickenham Stadium in their opening fixture of the November internationals. The injuries are piling up for England, with lock Joe Launchbury last week ruled out after knee surgery.
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