Turkey told Interpol had alerted red notices for 20 individuals for the direct involvement with the brutal murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. A Washington Post contributor, as well as critic Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, was murdered at the Istanbul Saudi consulate on 2nd October in the last year. An Interpol red notice notifies the member states of police agency about a suspected culprit wanted by one country.
Turkish authorities entreated red notices for 18 suspects on 15th November and for two on 21st December, told by the justice ministry. Interpol alerted the notices on 1st March, the ministry wrote on Twitter, without providing additional details on the suspects.
Turkey has told the journalist was murdered by a team of 15 Saudis who throttled him. The remains of the Saudi journalist is still to be a matter of investigation.
Eleven men are on trial in Saudi Arabia, charged for the involvement in the killing. The attorney general is demanding the death penalty for five of them.