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Accused by Turkey of murdering a Washington Post contributor, Saudi Arabia denied involvement and issued a veiled threat that it would punish any sanctioning country via the oil market. Then came word from CNN that the kingdom may issue a report stating that an unauthorized interrogation of Jamal Khashoggi, a U.S. resident and Saudi citizen who has been critical of Saudi Arabia, ended in his accidental death. —David E. Rovella

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Earlier Monday, President Donald Trump offered the theory that "rogue killers" may have taken Khashoggi two weeks ago, despite the journalist having last been seen entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and U.S. intelligence agency intercepts reportedly catching Saudi officials discussing luring him to the kingdom.

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