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Turkey's pro-government newspaper Sabah reported on Tuesday that the luggage of the Saudi team that was sent to Istanbul at the time of Khashoggi's killing contained syringes, large scissors, staple guns, walkie-talkies, electric shock devices and a signal jammer.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday that his government had been "fully briefed" on recordings provided by Ankara.

"When the Saudi intelligence agent listened, he was shocked and said this could only be done by someone who got heroin".

Khashoggi, a respected Washington Post columnist and critic of Prince Mohammed, was killed by a team of men who flew from Riyadh to ambush him during a marriage paperwork appointment at the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul last month.

Karaman said that his newspaper would soon publish images of the tools that were brought into the country and used by the Saudi group.

The New York Times report concluded that "top Saudi officials have considered assassinations like that of dissident journalist Khashoggi "since the beginning of Prince Mohammed's ascent".

"We played the recordings regarding this murder to everyone who wanted them from us. We are waiting patiently", Erdogan said, adding that the perpetrators of the killing were among 18 suspects detained in Saudi Arabia.

Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist, suffocated to death while a plastic bag covered his head, Nazif Karaman told Al Jazeera.

Moreover, Assiri and his lieutenants were meeting with Nader around the same time that Nader was meeting with Mohammed himself, as Saudi officials have acknowledged.

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On Sunday U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke with the Saudi crown prince on the telephone and "emphasised that the United States will hold all of those involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi accountable, and that Saudi Arabia must do the same".

Khashoggi was a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist who was lured into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2 and was promptly suffocated, dismembered and had his body dissolved in acid, according to Turkish officials.

Subsequently, Saudi Arabia acknowledged that Turkish evidence indicates that Khashoggi's killing was premeditated, shifting its explanation in an apparent effort to ease global outrage over the death.

Turkey has said it has given copies of the recording to several western countries including the US, France, Germany and Britain.

The audio reportedly includes Khashoggi's final words.

"Our intelligence shared information with them on October 24, including the voice recordings", Mr Cavusoglu said.

"The full truth which we care about isn't just linked to Turkish recordings (.) the full truth is also to be sought in Riyadh and in exchanges with our other partners", the ministry said.

Saudi Arabia has vehemently denied he had any knowledge of the operation, which authorities initially denied then said was an interrogation gone wrong.

In particular, the Saudi crown prince is close to Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and adviser on Middle East issues, and he even bragged earlier this year that Kushner was "in his pocket", The Intercept first reported.