Since Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist, walked into his country's consulate in Istanbul on 2 October never to return, Riyadh has moved from flat-out denial of his death to an admission he was victim to a premeditated murder.
"Either the Saudi foreign minister or the 18 suspects must explain who the local co-conspirators are".
The new details Wednesday came just hours after Khashoggi's fiancee detailed the journalist's disappearance in her first interview with USA news media.
"Everything around Khashoggi's murder calls into question how closely we should be aligning ourselves with Saudi Arabia", she said.
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'Our second visit was full of hope and it was the last step to our union. "We were going to get the official paper and we were going to get married".
'He should not pave the way for a cover-up of my fiance's murder. She also expressed disappointment in how the USA has handled the controversy over Khashoggi's murder and the resulting investigation. 'That was the first day I said to myself perhaps there could be a tragedy. "Saudi officials need to reveal the local cooperators". His body has not been recovered.
The case has put into focus the West's close relationship with Saudi Arabia - a major arms buyer and lynchpin of Washington's regional plans to contain Iran - given the widespread scepticism over its initial response. Turkey has said it has audio recordings which prove he was killed in the building. "That should not be allowed to happen". A critic of the Saudi crown prince, Khashoggi had been living in exile in the United States. "All the truth should be revealed".
In her strongest public comments yet on the subject, she said worldwide experts should have complete access to evidence and witnesses.
They said the Saudi dissident had been "cut up" and his face "disfigured".
U.S. President Donald Trump says he doesn't feel "betrayed" by Saudi Arabia over the death of a Saudi journalist who was killed inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Speakers at a memorial service here on Monday night for the slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi included lifelong friends, human rights activists, fellow journalists, academics and his fiancee Hatice Cengiz, who told the audience "the disappearance of my beloved Jamal has left a hole in my heart and my soul".