Saudi Arabia says it won't send suspects in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death to Turkey to be tried.
On Saturday, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said once his country's investigation of the case is over, those found responsible will be prosecuted on Saudi soil.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan requested the extradition in a speech to members of his ruling party last week. During that speech, he also said his country has information that the Saudi government "planned" and "executed" Khashoggi, though he didn't elaborate.
The events surrounding Khashoggi's death have been unclear. But after weeks of changing stories, on Thursday, Saudi Arabia said the suspects in Khashoggi's death planned it ahead of time. That information reportedly came from Turkish investigators.