Interpol has issued a red notice for the arrest of 20 suspects believed to be involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, including a top adviser to Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.
Khashoggi, who worked as a contributor for The Washington Post, was an outspoken critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Bandar Al-Aiban, who heads Saudi Arabia's human rights commission, stressed though that any calls to "internationalise" the investigation "amount to an interference in our domestic affairs".
"We are indeed horrified by what has happened pursuant to this unfortunate accident and we have taken those measures required for us to resolve this heinous crime", he said.
"We urge Saudi Arabia to tell the world which individuals are now on trial on what charge (s)", Altun said, to lay to rest any doubts that may arise about the "sincerity" of the judicial proceedings in the kingdom.
Iran to Respond to Any Action against its Oil Shipments
Israeli regime's Prime Minister Netanyahu had claimed last week that Israel's navy could take actions against Iranian oil export. Washington has also cracked down on more Iranian networks, making it riskier to get involved with Iran, according to bankers.
Dropping of murder charge against Siti according to law, says Mahathir
They have gone through the proceedings and the charge was being withdrawn, so this is being done according to the law. Four North Koreans, believed to be the plot's masterminds, fled Malaysia after the murder and remain at large.
Arsenal vs. Stade Rennes - Football Match Report
They eventually lost 3-1, meaning Arsenal had an uphill task on their hands during Thursday's second leg at the Emirates stadium. At the beginning of the match, we lost too many balls, due to their pressing, we had tension, we were not at home.
The Justice Ministry said it had requested red notices for 18 people on November 15 and for two more on December 21.
But the responses provided by Saudi Arabia in some cases fail to match the reality on the ground, and in others reflect an unwillingness to bring national laws and practices into conformity with global law.
Riyadh has rejected accusations by the Central Intelligence Agency and some Western countries that the crown prince ordered the killing.
The Saudi public prosecutor's spokesman said late a year ago that 11 Saudis had been indicted and referred for trial over the case, with authorities seeking the death penalty for five. The attorney-general is seeking the death penalty for five of them.
While Saudi Arabia has abolished the ban on women driving since its previous review, other government-enforced guardian restrictions remain in place, including on travel outside the country.