偷偷要费观看视频在 线-ISTANBUL — Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia told “60 Minutes” that he takes “full responsibility” for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi because it was committed by Saudi government employees.
2019香蕉国偷产拍视频-But he denied ordering the murder, despite a CIA assessment that found that Mohammed probably authorized it.
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2019香蕉国偷产拍视频-The comments by Mohammed, Saudi Arabia’s day-to-day ruler, came just days before the anniversary of Khashoggi’s death and as the Saudi leadership is struggling to turn the page on a grisly episode that cast an unforgiving light on Mohammed’s human rights policies and Saudi Arabia’s complicated relationship with the United States.
超级人碰人摸大公鸡免费视频-One of the aides, Ahmed al-Assiri, the former deputy chief of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence agency, is standing trial for the murder in Saudi Arabia. The other, Saud al-Qahtani, a former media adviser to the crown prince, has not been charged with any crime, according to diplomats and others familiar with the case.
偷偷要费观看视频在 线-The “Frontline” documentary quoted a high-level adviser to Mohammed as saying that “prosecuting someone so close to the crown prince would be politically disruptive.”
偷偷要费观看视频在 线-In the “60 Minutes” interview, Mohammed appeared to deny that any of his confidants were involved in the plot to kill Khashoggi.
偷偷要费观看视频在 线-“There isn’t clear information or evidence that someone close to me did something to that effect,” he said in comments that appeared to contradict the assertions made by Saudi prosecutors.
偷偷要费观看视频在 线-The crown prince also played down the kingdom’s notoriously harsh suppression of free speech. “There is no threat from any journalist,” the crown prince said, speaking of Khashoggi. “The threat to Saudi Arabia is from such actions against a Saudi journalist.”
超级人碰人摸大公鸡免费视频-During the interview, which was conducted in the coastal Saudi city of Jiddah, Mohammed discussed the attacks on Saudi oil facilities this month that Saudi and U.S. officials have blamed on Iran, calling for “firm action to deter” Tehran.