Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his USA counterpart Donald Trump discussed on telephone on Sunday night the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and agreed that "all aspects of the case should be brought to light".
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir insisted Sunday that the killing was "a tremendous mistake" - part of a "rogue operation," he said - and the crown prince had not ordered it.
The New York-based firm said it was not working in tandem with the Saudi government, and when it works with governments, the company "has not and never would engage in any work that seeks to target individuals based on their views", according to a statement released on Saturday night. "They made the mistake when they killed Jamal Khashoggi in the consulate and they tried to cover up for it".
The Saudi authorities at first denied the death of the regime-critical journalist.
He said the Saudis did not know how Khashoggi, a Saudi national and US resident, had been killed or where his body was.
McKinsey & Co says it is "horrified" that a report it prepared to measure public perception of Saudi Arabia's policies may have been used by the kingdom to silence dissidents.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke to President Donald Trump and both agreed that the Khashoggi case needs to be clarified "in all its aspects".
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Turkish officials have said they believe that 15 Saudi men who arrived in Istanbul on two flights on October 2 were connected to his death.
Paul said that he doesn't believe that "arms should ever be seen as a jobs program", adding that the Saudis are using USA arms in the war in Yemen where civilians are being killed.
"This hurts the Saudis to lie this stupidly", he said.
"Do I think he did it?"
Corker - who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee - called for a "collective response" by the United States, Britain, France and Germany if an investigation reveals that the crown prince was behind Khashoggi's killing.
The latest account includes details on how 15 Saudis sent to confront Khashoggi had threatened him with being drugged and kidnapped and killed him in a chokehold when he resisted. But critics believe the complex scheme that led to Khashoggi's death could not have occurred without the knowledge of Mohammed bin Salman, the country's powerful 33-year-old crown prince. Speaking late Saturday after a campaign rally in Nevada, Trump said he needs to learn more about the killing and will be working with Congress on the USA response.
In a statement on Saturday, The Washington Post's publisher and chief executive, Fred Ryan, accused Saudi Arabia of repeatedly lying in the three weeks since Mr. Khashoggi's disappearance.