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Le portrait de Jamal Khashoggi sur le plateau d'une émission à laquelle il devait participer

Le portrait de Jamal Khashoggi sur le plateau d'une émission à laquelle il devait participer

11/10/2018

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Space left on TV show on which Khashoggi was meant to be interviewed APTN

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Istanbul - 11 October 2018

1. Dark studio with lit up picture of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on a chair

2. Zoom out from picture of Khashoggi to panel

3. Guest Mohammed Kheir Moussa seated next to picture of Khashoggi

4. Wide of studio

5. Close of Azzam Tamimi, presenter and friend of Khashoggi

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Azzam Tamimi, presenter and friend of Khashoggi:

"Well I was horrified because he assured me when we were in London that there was nothing to be concerned about. He said on Friday he had been to the consulate. They received him very well although they were initially surprised to see him and promised him that if he came back again a few days later, they would issue him the papers he was after. So he felt it was okay but apparently they prepared a trap for him."

7. Digital clock on studio set

8. Studio control room

9. Monitor showing the panel

10. Wide of the panel

11. Various of Yasin Akhtay, advisor to Turkish President

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Yasin Akhtay, advisor to Turkish President:

"It is welcome. It is okay. That is what we are asking for from the beginning and it's something that needs to be explained. We need some explanation about how people, a very free man, entered the consulate and he didn't leave the consulate. And we are still waiting for him to leave the consulate."

13. Various exteriors of Saudi consulate

14. Various of Saudi flag

15. Various of surveillance cameras at consulate

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Yasin Akhtay, advisor to Turkish President:

"Actually to be honest, I didn't think it would be this much serious. I was worried about his being captured, his being detained but not to be murdered of course. I don't know of course, even at this moment, we don't know if he was murdered and I tried to think and to hope that he is really not murdered. And probably he is not even though it is a very very little possibility."

17. Various of news cameras and journalists gathered outside consulate

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Azzam Tamimi, presenter and friend of Khashoggi:

"What it means is, you are not safe because, I mean a consulate. This is a consulate. People go the consulate to obtain papers, to renew passports, to get certificates of certain things. If the Saudi consulate can turn into this then probably other consulates of similar regimes might do it. And if they can do it in a consulate, then probably next they contemplate doing it in the streets or in the road."

19. Studio control room

20. Framed picture of Khashoggi

STORYLINE:

Prominent Palestinian-British activist and TV presenter Azzam Tamimi dedicated his show on Thursday night to his missing friend and fellow journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Saudi writer was supposed to be a guest on the program to talk about his future projects.

Instead the studio featured a framed photograph of Khashoggi who is missing and feared dead.

The journalist vanished last week after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Tamimi says he saw Khashoggi in London after his first visit to the Saudi consulate and the day before his disappearance.

"Well I was horrified because he assured me when we were in London that there was nothing to be concerned about. He said on Friday he had been to the consulate. They received him very well although they were initially surprised to see him and promised him that if he came back again a few days later, they would issue him the papers he was after. So he felt it was okay but apparently they prepared a trap for him", Tamimi said.

Turkish officials say they fear Saudi Arabia killed a

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