Khashoggi murder: Options for international investigation

Being a signatory to the UN Convention against Torture, Saudi Arabia may face calls from other nations for extradition.

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    Calls for justice for Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi are growing louder, and experts feel the need to explore legal options beyond the boundaries of Turkey.

    While Turkish prosecutors have been seeking the whereabouts of the body and demanding the handover of 18 suspects, the Saudi foreign minister has made it clear there will be no extraditions from his country.

     

    Al Jazeera's James Bays looks at the international options for a thorough investigation.


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