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Macron also discussed oil prices with MBS, and the role Riyadh can play in their fluctuation, the French presidential office said. "We are all very much hoping that there will be de-escalation and a release of those prisoners". In August, when Abdulaziz expressed his believe that their conversation may have been hacked by Saudi authorities, Khashoggi wrote, "God help us".
That's quite different, though, from the smiles and handshakes that marked the Saudi prince's meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi - or his modified but enthusiastic high-five with Mr. Putin, among the most memorable moments of the G-20 summit, Mr. Vivanco added.
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Saudi authorities have vehemently denied the crown prince was involved.
US intelligence agencies have evidence that Crown Prince Mohammed and al-Qahtani had 11 exchanges that roughly coincided with the hit team's advance into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, where Khashoggi was murdered. But because of the dissident's ties to Khashoggi and his high-profile killing October 2 at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, it is likely to shine a greater spotlight on the Israeli company and the Israeli government, which licenses the export of the surveillance technology.
Earlier this month, the United States imposed its own sanctions on Saudi officials for the same reason.
Abdulaziz is demanding 600,000 shekels - about $160,000 - in damages from the company, as well as an order preventing it from selling its technology, known as "Pegasus", to Saudi Arabia.