Saudi Crown Prince meets Algerian Prime Minister

Putin and Saudi Crown Prince got real bro-y at G20 and it's weirding people out

"Rather than be robust as promised, we learn that the Prime Minister told the dictator 'please don't use the weapons we are selling you in the war you're waging" and asked him nicely to investigate the murder he allegedly ordered. The president further said that Ankara mobilized all efforts since the beginning of the brutal killing of Khashoggi. "We can not be satisfied with the explanations we have got", Erdogan told reporters on the sidelines of the G20 summit, as aired by the NTV broadcaster.

Saudi Arabia has charged 11 people with the murder, but there is no suggestion it is ready to send them to Turkey.

Erdoğan stressed that Saudis are not allowing Turkish authorities to question the suspects. Trump has praised a pending arms deal with the kingdom that he says will provide the United States with jobs and lucrative payments, though some outside assessments say the economic benefits are exaggerated. "I will not be surprised if the oppression will reach even those who are cheering him on".

Many saw Putin's exuberant greeting of the crown prince as over the top and thus, the images of the scene promptly went viral.

The Saudi heir, Mohammed bin Salman, had arrived late on Sunday for a two-day visit to Algeria. "MBS is the issue, is the problem and he said this kid should be stopped", Abdulaziz said. From there, he wrote a monthly column in the Washington Post in which he criticised the policies of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Trump, in an exclamation point-heavy statement before the summit, said it did not matter whether MbS knew about Khashoggi's death and that Saudi Arabia was important for business and for its hostility to Iran.

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President Donald Trump has also denied United States media reports that the Central Intelligence Agency believes such an operation would have needed the approval of Prince Mohammed, known as MBS.

The murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi could provoke him personal messages in WhatsApp.

Although the excerpts do not directly state that the order to kill Khashoggi came from the crown prince, the U.S. intelligence agency apparently had "medium-to-high" confidence that the crown prince had targeted the dissident writer and to the point of "probably ordering his death", the Journal reported.

Xi said he is happy that the consensus on bilateral ties has been gradually implemented, recalling the establishment of a comprehensive strategic partnership and the exchange of visits by him and King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in recent years.

"He is like a beast "pac man" the more victims he eats, the more he wants", Khashoggi said in the messages to Abdulaziz.

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