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It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations (full text), accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US resident (not citizen, as had been claimed in earlier news reports) contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US resident (not citizen, as had been claimed in earlier news reports) contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations (full text), accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US resident (not citizen, as had been claimed in earlier news reports) contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

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It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US resident (not citizen, as had been claimed in earlier news reports) contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US citizen contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US resident (not citizen, as had been claimed in earlier news reports) contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

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It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Geneva convention on Diplomatic RelationsVienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US citizen contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Geneva convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US citizen contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

It's based on the claim that this alleged murder or abduction happened inside a consulate of one country in another country. Clearly abductions and/or murders are illegal in Turkey.

At the same time, by the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations, accredited diplomats are immune to prosecution, and diplomatic missions such as consulates are inviolable.

Although Turkey couldn't prosecute an accredited diplomat over an alleged crime on their soil, they would certainly be angry if the diplomatic privilege was abused to break Turkish law to such a great degree.

It is to some degree comparable to the outrage over the murder of a British policewomen by a shot fired from the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.

The fact that Khashoggi is a US citizen contributes to the concern when it comes from the United States, but the supposed abuse of diplomatic privilege is the main concern.

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