Turkish authorities are looking to confirm the death of Jamal Khashoggi

Abu Dhabi, Istanbul: Turkey is not looking for Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared on her territory after entering the Saudi embassy in Istanbul, but is trying to find his body, indicating that she is sure of his death.

The Guardian reports that the Turkish authorities are examining street cameras in search of a black truck believed to have carried the body of Khashoggi from the Saudi consulate.

The newspaper quoted Turkish investigators as saying that the truck was one of six vehicles carrying a Saudi team believed to be behind Khashoggi's death.

Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident who disappeared in Turkey under mysterious circumstances

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Istanbul:

Saudi exhibitionist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Party spokesman Omar Glick told reporters at a party conference: "The status of the missing journalist and details about him and those responsible will be disclosed," adding that Turkey's sensitivity on the issue is at the highest level.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has expressed his country's willingness to allow the Turkish authorities to inspect the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where Jamal Khashoggi was the last time, to release a judicial inquiry into the disappearance of an opposition journalist living in the United States.

Found the missing Saudi pilot Omar bin Salman al-Mutairi in Spain

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Spanish authorities have found the Saudi pilot, Omar bin Salman al-Mutairi, who has been missing since mysterious circumstances since April 2018, where his body was found at the shores of the Spanish city of Malaga.

The body of Al-Mutairi, a Saudi Aramco employee, will be autopsied and confirmed, all necessary procedures will be terminated and the body returned to the Kingdom.

An open war of words between Saudi Arabia and Qatar before the UN General Assembly

Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates, New York, Saudi Arabia accuses Qatar of financing terrorism, and the latter does not want to antagonize Iran, the arch enemy of Riyadh, and mutual accusations between the two Gulf brothers prove that the rupture is inevitable, and that Doha will continue to put hands with Ankara, and the other with Tehran.

Ankara is suffering US sanctions, and the economy of Ankara has breathed its last breath and may be Erdogan's head. What does Prince Tamim do?

Saudi Arabia ignites the fire of sedition among the Egyptian football fans

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News) Saudi Arabia represented by the President of the General Authority for Sport - Turki Al-Sheikh entered on the line of eternal competition between Egypt's largest sports clubs, Ahli and Zamalek, and ignited fury within the stadiums, which will gradually become clear with the penalty imposed by the African Football Confederation (CAF) Egyptian, following the cheers of the Egyptian fans against Al-Sheikh.

The penalty is two non-public suspended matches. The African Football Confederation will ban the fans from attending the next two Champions League matches if the offense is repeated.

Saudi fashion model Modal Rose celebrates National Day

Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesSaudi fashion model "Modal Rose" born in Medina, who lives in the United States, celebrated the National Day of Saudi Arabia.

"Modal Rose" was a video that danced in the streets of America on the tones of the Saudi national songs, while driving the car, and saluted King Salman bin Abdul Aziz and the heir to Mohammed bin Salman.

Turkey's president is trying to get closer to Saudi Arabia to save his country's economy

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Anatolia Agency, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to get closer to Saudi Arabia despite conflicting positions on Qatar, but Ankara's economic crisis seems to be pushing the Iranian ally to break the silence with Riyadh.

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sent a cable of congratulations to King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud on the occasion of Saudi National Day, which falls on September 23 of each year.

"My dear brother, on my behalf and on behalf of the Turkish people, I congratulate you, the people of Saudi Arabia, and I convey to you the best feelings emanating from the heart, on the occasion of the national day of your country," Erdogan said.

Wa'im al-Dakhil, the first female broadcaster in the official Saudi channel

Dubai, Riyadh,Wa'im Al-Dakhil, the first woman to serve as a presenter on the first Saudi channel, where she presented the main news, on the launch and launch of the new identity of the channel and the main news.

Wa'am Al Dakhil participated with the Saudi journalist Omar Al Nashwan in presenting a different and innovative news bulletin that included local news and live coverage.

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