Why Turkey is normalising ties with Saudi Arabia after Jamal Kashoggi murder? • FRANCE 24 English

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Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is scheduled to arrive in Ankara on Wednesday, making his first visit to Turkey following the slaying of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul. Simon Mabon, lecturer in Middle East studies in United-Kingdom gives his analysis.

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