Supporters of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi rally in Istanbul

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Saudi Arabia will allow Turkey to search its consulate in Istanbul for prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who has been missing for three days after entering the diplomatic mission earlier this week.

In the face of sustained concern about Khashoggi's whereabouts, the Saudi press have reported that the consulate in Istanbul is, as of Thursday, "carrying out the follow-up procedures and coordination with Turkish local authorities to uncover the circumstances of the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi after he left the consulate building".

Prince Mohammed said the first town in NEOM will be ready in 2019 or 2020, with the entire site completed by 2025. Interestingly, the visit was initially meant to be a two-day one, but in the end was reduced to a couple of hours, with no official communication following the leaders' reportedly tense talks.

Saudi Arabia ranked as one of the world's most censored countries. "We have achieved a lot in the Middle East, especially against extremism, extremist ideologies, terrorism and ISIS disappeared in a very short time in Iraq and Syria, and a lot of extremist narratives have been demolished in the past two years, so this is a strong initiative". So, we did our job and more.

On Wednesday, Trump told rally-goers in MS the Saudi monarchy would collapse without USA military support. It settled at $84.16 a barrel Friday.

At a rally in MS earlier this week, President Trump bragged about putting his foot down with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and demanding more military spending, following accusations that he and other OPEC nations are "ripping off the rest of the world".

Saudi Arabia is the world's top oil exporter and the de facto leader of OPEC, which has been criticized by Trump for high oil prices.

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The Crown Prince said Riyadh has paid for all weapons bought from the U.S. So, we believe this is a totally different issue.

"Actually, we will pay nothing for our security", the prince firmly stated, explaining that since Trump's statements were clearly addressed to a domestic audience he did not find them offensive.

"Near-term spare capacity is effectively maxed out", Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at consultant Energy Aspects Ltd., said last week. I believe it will be above $2trillion.

Turkey has avoided public criticism of Saudi Arabia, a regional economic power due to its oil wealth and home of Islam's two holiest shrines.

Oil traders are concerned that the kingdom isn't ramping up quickly enough, and that it may not have enough capacity to fully cover Iran's losses.

Further, his most recent pieces had been translated into Arabic, something which Ali Shihabi said was particularly contentious in his discussion about why a recent tweet from the Canadian ambassador spurred a major rift with Saudi Arabia.

"We believe that we are nearly close to having something with Kuwait".