In this grab taken from video on Friday, April 19, 2019. provided by Turkey’s state-run news agency, two alleged intelligence officers from the United Arab Emirates, walk in Istanbul. (TRT World via AP)
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A man held by Turkey on suspicion of spying for the United Arab Emirates has committed suicide by hanging himself in prison, the Istanbul prosecutor's office said Monday.The dead man was one of two suspects charged with international, political and military espionage.UAE officials were not immediately available for comment on the death and there has been no official statement following Turkey's announcement of the arrests.According to the senior Turkish official, one of the two men arrived in Turkey in October, days after Khashoggi was killed, while the other arrived later to help his colleague.
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