Investigators believe that the body of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi could be dissolved in acid, Sky News reports.
The source of the publication, which is "very close to the investigation," said that, according to one of the versions, Khashoggi's body was destroyed under the influence of a very fast-acting acid.
On October 2, a Saudi-born native Jamal Khashoggi went to the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul to receive divorce papers. He left his phone to his girlfriend and entered the building, from where he never returned.
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