It’s been nearly two months since journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
His murder at the hands of a 15-member hit squad has put Saudi Arabia under international spotlight.
Its embattled Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who’s been accused of ordering the killing, is on a tour of regional countries before he heads to Argentina for the G20 Summit.
But Turkey wants to make sure the case does not disappear from the world’s attention.
Its investigators launched a search of two villas outside Istanbul on Monday.
They say the are owned by a Saudi businessman close to the crown prince.
But will this make any difference? And can Turkey successfully push for an international investigation?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
Vehbi Baysan – professor of history at Ibn Haldun University
Matthew Bryza – senior fellow at Atlantic Council and a former US ambassador
Simon Mabon – senior lecturer in international relations at Lancaster University in the UK
Source: Al Jazeera News