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Saudi Arabia: Planes that carried alleged hit squad belong to Saudi PIF

The two Gulfstream IV jets which travelled to Istanbul in early October and are believed to have carried the teamresponsible for the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, are ultimately owned by the state-owned Public Investment Fund (PIF), which is closely associated with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. According to Turkish media reports, the planes, with tail numbers HZSK1 and HZSK2, transported 15 senior Saudi officials and intelligence officers who formed the team which targeted Khashoggi.

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