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Saudi Arabia sent a two-man "clean-up team" to erase evidence of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing a week after he disappeared at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, a Turkish official has said.

A senior official of Turkey's ruling party - and a friend of Khashoggi's - has suggested his body may have been dissolved in acid or other chemicals.

The two men were part of a team of Saudi investigators who spent several days in Turkey visiting the consulate and the consul's residence, ostensibly to help with the investigation into Khashoggi's disappearance, the newspaper reported.

Even as the grisly details of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death continues to shock the world, his sons have appealed to the authorities that they want to bury their father's body and return to the country for the goal. "King Abdulaziz has already instructed the prosecution to proceed with the investigation into this case according to the applicable laws, in preparation to reaching all facts and bring all the perpetrators to justice in order to bear the facts to the public".

Khashoggi was a former insider in Saudi royal circles who went into self-imposed exile in the U.S. past year.

In recent weeks, Saudi nationalists have sought to rally around the prince with adulatory poems and songs on social media, as local officials have dismissed the Khashoggi crisis as a Western conspiracy.

Saudi officials have been forced to admit that the death of Mr Khashoggi was "premeditated" after pressure continued to mount from Turkish officials.

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"Jamal was never a dissident", Salah Khashoggi said.

The latest reports about Khashoggi's death come on the same day Saudi Arabia is appearing before a United Nations human rights panel in Geneva.

Saudi Arabia bears responsibility to find out what happened to the body of Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey's foreign minister said, reiterating Ankara's stance that it was not King Salman who ordered the killing.

The killing of Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month was likely to come up among representatives of more than 100 countries set to speak during the review of Saudi Arabia on Monday.

On Wednesday, a Turkish prosecutor said Khashoggi was strangled and dismembered soon after entering the building, in the first official comments from the Turks on the fate of the writer.

President Donald Trump says Saudi Arabia has misused US-supplied weapons in its bombing campaign in Yemen and that his administration is carefully examining the conflict. Salah has talked about the body's return with the Saudi authorities and hopes to get a positive response.

Saudi Arabia should publicly release the findings of the murder investigation which would surely exonerate Saudi Arabia's leader, Prince Alwaleed said on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures".