20Saudi suspects of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal
Khashoggi in his country's consulate in 2018, and the court postponed the second session of the case to November 24.

The Al-Jazeera correspondent said that the court had ordered that international fetch notes be kept, and that the absent defendants be brought to trial by force.

Among the most prominent names of the accused in the case are Saud Al-Qahtani, former adviser to the Saudi crown prince, and Ahmed Asiri, former deputy chief of Saudi intelligence.

The Turkish public prosecutor is demanding life imprisonment for the accused on charges of planning, incitement and murder in a brutal manner.
The defendants could not be brought in because Riyadh refused to hand them over to the Turkish judicial authorities, despite Ankara issuing an international arrest warrant to arrest them and bring them to trial.

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