The existence of such a recording had been an open secret shared with much of the world's media soon after Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October.
Last week, Saudi Arabia told the United Nations' top human rights body that it was investigating the murder of Khashoggi at its Istanbul consulate last month with a view to prosecuting the perpetrators.
Speaking as he left Turkey to attend World War One commemorations in France alongside President Donald Trump and European leaders, Erdogan said for the first time that the three European Union states had heard the recordings.
Prince Turki Al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia's former spy chief, says the country is proud of its judicial system and will never accept an worldwide investigation into the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Media reports have suggested that Khashoggi's body, which has not been found, could have been chemically dissolved.
Khashoggi's sons have appealed to Riyadh to return the body of their father so that the grieving family can bury him in a cemetery in the holy city of Medina with the rest of his clan.
Erdogan earlier this month accused members of the Saudi government of ordering the killing.
He reiterated that Riyadh is aware of the identity of Khashoggi's killer. After initially denying any involvement, the Saudi government has acknowledged that he was killed in a premeditated operation and detained 18 people as suspects. "Certainly, they know among these 15 [people] that who the killer or killers are, and the Saudi Arabia administration will succeed in revealing things by making the 15 speak", he added.
Some Turkish media and officials had said for weeks that Ankara possessed an audio recording of the murder and had shared it with Central Intelligence Agency head Gina Haspel when she visited Turkey late last month.
And on Monday, a Turkish official said Saudi Arabia sent two experts to Istanbul with the specific aim of covering up evidence after the murder.
The Washington Post journalist was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on the second of October. "Saudi Arabia has a responsibility to inform us where the body is", he said.
Also in a meeting in Paris on Saturday, Mr Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron said the Saudi authorities should shed full light on the murder, Reuters quoted French presidential sources as saying.
You've got to be in the game and, when you get the opportunity to score points, you've got to be good enough to take them. "I don't really think it's relevant at all from what's going to happen at a World Cup".
Deeside based supermarket chain Iceland has had its Christmas advert banned from our TV screens for being too political. According to the advertising code, the ad was deemed to be " directed towards a political end ".
At the same time, output from the world's top-three producers, Russian Federation the United States and Saudi Arabia , is rising. The EIA expects output to break through 12 million bpd by mid-2019, largely thanks to a surge in shale oil production.
In a statement, Mannoor said the study could pave the way for larger opportunities involving bio-electricity. Then the scientist Sudeep Joshi suggested that the environment for the bacteria to become mushrooms .
This earned England it's biggest win against Sri Lanka in terms of runs, eclipsing a 137-run win at Lord's in 1991. Moeen claimed 4-71 as he and fellow spinners Leach and Adil Rashid shared eight of the 10 Sri Lankan wickets.
Despite these problem the airline saw a 11 per cent rise in traffic in October with 13.1 million passengers flying across Europe. Ryanair was ordered to repay all the money, which the commission said gave the airline an unfair advantage.
A former high school classmate of Long also revealed that he was teased and bullied over his lazy eye, which deeply affected him. Trump also ordered the United States flag at the White House and other government buildings to be flown at half-staff.
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Bill Nelson has begun preparing for a potential recount in a race that is still too close to call against Republican Gov. Protesters held signs that said, " Brenda Snipes has to go", "stop creating votes" and "don't steal our election".
Gunman posted about mental state during bar attack
Others who were inside the bar said they had survived the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas past year . Well, I don't want to say he was dead, but he was shot. "I don't want thoughts", said his mother, Susan Schmidt-Orfanos.
Pompeo to meet N. Korea number two on Thursday
The State Department said in a short statement Wednesday the officials would meet later "when our respective schedules permit". But Yang Moo-jin, a professor at the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul, said that the postponement was a bad sign.
Macron’s proposal for European Union army ‘very insulting’
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Meg Ryan confirms her engagement to John Mellencamp
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