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Saudi officials issued death threats over Khashoggi probe, says UN rapporteur

A UN rights expert has spoken out on death threats from Saudi officials over her public investigation into the killing of Khashoggi. She cited "credible evidence" that the Saudi crown prince was liable for the murder.

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