After weeks of denials, the Saudis have acknowledged that Khashoggi was killed in the consulate.
Riyadh's admission that the murder appeared to be a premeditated killing marked the latest twist in the official narrative from Saudi authorities.
Al-Jubeir's claims of an over-reaction echo the reported response of Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, to criticism of the killing.
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Jubeir did say that six officials have been dismissed to date, on top of another 18 it has arrested in connection with the attack. The Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA) is meant to serve as a bulwark against Iran and extremism, the USA says.
The murder has sparked an global crisis for Saudi Arabia, whose official narrative changed again on Thursday, when a Saudi public prosecutor admitted the murder appeared to have been premeditated.
The oldest son of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered by officials at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, has left the country with his family despite a travel ban.
Macron also said that if Saudi Arabia is to be sanctioned, "we must do so across the board". He added that he thinks people have assigned blame to Saudi Arabia with certainty before the investigation is complete.
She said she had not been contacted by any Saudi officials but that she was unlikely to go to Saudi Arabia for a funeral, should Khashoggi's missing body eventually be found.
In an interview with Turkish broadcaster Haberturk that aired Friday, Cengiz said Khashoggi was treated well during an earlier trip to the consulate on September 28.
This comes as Saudi prosecutors said the Mr Khashoggi's death was a premeditated crime.
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In her interview with the Turkish broadcaster, Cengiz said Trump has invited her to visit the White House, but said she would not go until the U.S. was honest in its efforts to uncover the truth behind Khashoggi's killing.
'Trump invited me to the United States but I perceived it as a statement to win public favour, ' she said, pausing at times during an interview and more than once breaking down in tears.
Mattis reiterated US President Donald Trump's vow to get to the bottom of what happened to the Washington Post contributor and Saudi government critic, who disappeared after entering the kingdom's consulate in Turkey on October 2.
One week after the Saudis admitted culpability for his death, the U.S.is weighing further action against its partner, despite its importance to the Trump administration's foreign policy.
Turkish media have published a series of grisly revelations about the murder.
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