Turkey's president has said that he will reveal "naked truth" about the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Tuesday.

Iran Press/Asia: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey is seeking justice and that he will "go into detail" in a speech to ruling party members in parliament, AP reported.

Erdogan stressed ' we said we will make this come to light. If God permits, I will make a statement about this on Tuesday in my group meeting. Because we seek justice here, it will be revealed in all its nakedness. Not with some ordinary steps, in all its nakedness.'  

Turkish pro-government media say a hit squad travelled from Saudi Arabia to kill Jamanl Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul after he entered the building on Oct. 2. Saudi Arabia has acknowledged that the critic died there, though says his death was the result of a "fistfight."

The Saudi account has been met with widespread international scepticism and allegations of a cover-up.

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Saudi Arabia finally admitted Friday that its agents killed Khashoggi, but is denying that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman or King Salman were involved.

Khashoggi's disappearance has evolved into a full-fledged international diplomatic crisis for the Saudi government, led by Bin Salman. Bin Salman cast himself as a progressive reformer, but the disappearance and possible murder of a critical voice against his government has thrown Bin Salman's relationship with foreign leaders and organizations into question.

The 59-year-old Saudi investigative journalist, who had left the country since Mohammad Bin Salman became  Crown Prince of saudi Arabia, and moved to the US, vanished on 2 October after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to collect documents for his forthcoming marriage.

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