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UN: Khashoggi-the trial is not fair enough
"The killing of Jamal Khashogghi"

"the united nations: Khashoggi-the trial is not fair enough."

"the UN high commissioner for human rights do not want to determine if the trial on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi been received correctly or not, but says that the judicial process in all cases is not sufficiently fair."

"UN spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani reaffirms the requirement that there needs to be an independent investigation with international involvement."

"The saudi prosecutor has called for the death penalty for five of the eleven accused for the murder. Ravina Shamdasani adds that the united nations commissioner for human rights, always opposed to the death penalty."

"Khashoggi disappeared when he visited the saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on 2 October. The saudi regime finally admitted that Khashoggi was murdered, but insists that it is not planned from above – a statement that is vigorously disputed."

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