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U.N. Investigator Wants Saudi Arabia To Open Khashoggi Murder Trial

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U.N. Investigator Wants Saudi Arabia To Open Khashoggi Murder Trial

U.N. Investigator Wants Saudi Arabia To Open Khashoggi Murder Trial

Saudi Arabia has been holding secretive hearings for 11 suspects accused in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

A U.N.

Human rights expert said these hearings fall short of international standards and should be open to the public and trial observers.

U.N.

Official Agnes Callamard called on the kingdom to reveal the defendants’ names and the fate of 10 others initially arrested.

The CIA and some Western countries believe Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing, which Saudi officials deny.

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