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Turkey's top court Thursday ruled that the investigation into the killing of an ethnic Armenian journalist had been flawed, paving the way for potential further trials against new suspects.The constitutional court unanimously decided that the authorities had failed to carry out an effective investigation into the 2007 killing of journalist Hrant Dink.However, supporters of Dink's family believe that those behind the murder were protected by the state and have asked for a deeper investigation to uncover officials who were allegedly involved.
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