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Court warns police over failure to produce phone records for Hrant Dink murder trial

The 10th hearing in the trial of Armenian-Turkish newspaper editor Hrant Dink's accused killers, held before an Istanbul court on 6 July, was given over to evidence aimed at establishing whether the youth who allegedly fired the fatal shot on 19 January 2006, Ogün Samast, was acting alone. Defendants threatened and insulted the Dink family and its lawyers in court during the hearing. Presiding judge Erkan Canak warned the national police and the police of Trabzon (Samast's home town) that (...)

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