A Turkish newspaper published new details of a recording that reportedly captured the final moment of the murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A prominent government critic was assassinated at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul in October.
The pro-government newspaper of Sabah claimed that the transcript was from a recording obtained internally and later obtained by Turkish intelligence.
Includes information such as the journalist's last word.
Khashoggi wrote a column for the Washington Post newspaper and was based in the US before he disappeared.
She was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October 201
His mysterious death was replicated in an investigation into Saudi Arabia, which subsequently released conflicting information about his disappearance.
Saudi authorities have since blamed a "rogue" operation for his murder and put 11 men on trial.
What does the newspaper say?
Sabah continues to make international headlines by bringing out details – including some that have been debated – about the mysterious death of journalists.
The newspaper published two new reports this week on Khashoggi's death at the hands of a group they labeled "hit squad".
Their latest report details information from of the alleged recording.
This includes details such as a forensic expert, part of a team sent from Saudi Arabia, which allegedly referred to the journalist as a "beast to be sacrificed" before his arrival.
The Sabah report says Khashoggi, inside. at the consulate, he became suspicious and told him to return to Riyadh because of an Interpol order.
The journalist allegedly refused to comply with the group's requests, which included texting her son, and then being banned from drugs, according to the newspaper.
He reported after telling his killers, in his last words, not to keep his mouth shut. closed due to his asthma, but then lost consciousness.
Khashoggi was challenged by a bag placed on his head, Sabah reports, with the sound of a scuffle allegedly caught by the recording.
They also mentioned in the newspaper the tape that had taken his alleged dismemberment into the hands of the forensic expert.
Reports of the existence of audio records from Khashoggi's death date back to last year.
Turkish officials have publicly confirmed their existence and claim to have distributed them to international governments but it is unclear how the newspaper seemed to have obtained them.
Nearly one year after his death, Khashoggi's body has not recovered despite international pressure.
Earlier this year, a UN expert on extrajudicial killings called for an independent and indefinite investigation into his death.
Special rapporteur Agnes Callamard described the journalist's death as "deliberate, premeditated" and accordingly "the state of Saudi Arabia is responsible" and should be investigated.
The Saudi government has denied his report and has repeatedly denied that those responsible for the deaths were acting in official orders.