Justice for Khashoggi: Protests in Front of Saudi Embassy in US

Published October 14th, 2018 - 07:59 GMT

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A group of protestors have camped out in front of the of Saudi Arabian Embassy in Washington, DC to demonstrate the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

People seek honest answers from the Saudi government while holding signs and pictures of Khashoggi.

"Hey bin Salman, what do you say? How many journalists have you killed today?" the group chanted, referring to Saudi's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Continue reading below »

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A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)
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Image 1 of 8:  1 / 8A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

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Trump told reporters at the White House that he talked to the Saudi leadership 'more than once' since Khashoggi, a US resident and Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.(Jim WATSON / AFP)
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Image 2 of 8:  2 / 8Trump told reporters at the White House that he talked to the Saudi leadership "more than once" since Khashoggi, a US resident and Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.(Jim WATSON / AFP)

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A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)
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Image 3 of 8:  3 / 8A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

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(Jim WATSON / AFP)
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Protesters want answers about Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance. So do media outlets like The New York Times and tech companies like Uber, which pulled out of a tech conference in Saudi Arabia. (Ozan Kose/AFP)
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Image 5 of 8:  5 / 8Protesters want answers about Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance. So do media outlets like The New York Times and tech companies like Uber, which pulled out of a tech conference in Saudi Arabia. (Ozan Kose/AFP)

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Vice president of the Turkish Human Rights Association (IHD) Eren Keskin (R) speaks to journalists during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on Tuesday in Istanbul. (AFP/File)
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Image 6 of 8:  6 / 8Vice president of the Turkish Human Rights Association (IHD) Eren Keskin (R) speaks to journalists during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on Tuesday in Istanbul. (AFP/File)

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Protest for Khashoggi at Saudi embassy in US. (Twitter)
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Image 7 of 8:  7 / 8Protest for Khashoggi at Saudi embassy in US. (Twitter)

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A photo for the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Twitter)
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Image 8 of 8:  8 / 8A photo for the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Twitter)

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A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

Image 1 of 8A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

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Trump told reporters at the White House that he talked to the Saudi leadership 'more than once' since Khashoggi, a US resident and Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.(Jim WATSON / AFP)

Image 2 of 8Trump told reporters at the White House that he talked to the Saudi leadership "more than once" since Khashoggi, a US resident and Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.(Jim WATSON / AFP)

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A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

Image 3 of 8A demonstrator dressed as Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) with blood on his hands protests with others outside the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC. (Jim WATSON / AFP)

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(Jim WATSON / AFP)

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Protesters want answers about Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance. So do media outlets like The New York Times and tech companies like Uber, which pulled out of a tech conference in Saudi Arabia. (Ozan Kose/AFP)

Image 5 of 8Protesters want answers about Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance. So do media outlets like The New York Times and tech companies like Uber, which pulled out of a tech conference in Saudi Arabia. (Ozan Kose/AFP)

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Vice president of the Turkish Human Rights Association (IHD) Eren Keskin (R) speaks to journalists during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on Tuesday in Istanbul. (AFP/File)

Image 6 of 8Vice president of the Turkish Human Rights Association (IHD) Eren Keskin (R) speaks to journalists during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on Tuesday in Istanbul. (AFP/File)

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Protest for Khashoggi at Saudi embassy in US. (Twitter)

Image 7 of 8Protest for Khashoggi at Saudi embassy in US. (Twitter)

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A photo for the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Twitter)

Image 8 of 8A photo for the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Twitter)

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