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The request to prosecute the Saudi crown prince

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BUENOS AIRES – Human Rights Watch, Argentina has asked the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, to prosecute for the violation of human rights.

The crown prince currently resides in Tunisia and will travel later this week to Argentina to his father, king Salman, to represent at the G20 that Friday and Saturday in Buenos Aires is held.

The indictment is submitted to the federal judge Ariel Lijo and includes not only the responsibility for the murder last month on the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but also for war crimes committed since 2015 in the battle with neighbouring Yemen. Lijo has not yet let us know whether he is working on the request.

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The crown prince currently resides in Tunisia and will travel later this week to Argentina to his father, king Salman, to represent at the G20 that Friday and Saturday in Buenos Aires is held. Minister-president Mark Rutte is also in that meeting in the Centro Costa Salguero and queen Máxima has held numerous meetings in the margins of the summit.

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