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Newly leaked CCTV footage has emerged that appears to show a man leaving the Saudi consulate in Istanbul wearing the clothes of the murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
CNN aired the footage on Monday, citing a Turkish official who identified the man as Mustafa al-Madani, a "body double" and member of a 15-man Saudi team sent to Istanbul to target Khashoggi.

The footage appears to show the Saudi agent entering the consulate without a beard and wearing a blue and white checked shirt and dark blue trousers. Footage from later in the day appears to show him leaving the consulate dressed as Khashoggi, but wearing the same pair of trainers that he had arrived in.
Wearing glasses and a fake beard in an apparent attempt to further resemble the journalist, the agent is seen touring a number of landmarks in the Turkish city after leaving the consulate.
The apparent Saudi aim was for footage of the man to be picked up by CCTV and distributed, thereby bolstering claims made in the days after Khashoggi's disappearance that he had left the consulate unscathed.
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