Former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet speaks from her office at the Palais Wilson on her first day as new United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights on September 3, 2018 in Geneva. / AFP / POOL / Fabrice COFFRINI
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The U.N. human rights chief called Tuesday for the lifting of the immunity of officials who might be involved in the disappearance of a Saudi Arabian journalist at the kingdom's consulate in Turkey.Turkish police Monday searched the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for the first time since Khashoggi, a Saudi national and U.S. resident who became increasingly critical of powerful Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, went missing.Saudi Arabia can lift the immunity of its consulate and officials.
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