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Investigative journalists in Turkey face intimidation

24 December 2013 Last updated at 00:02 GMT

Investigative journalist Ismail Saymaz spoke to the BBC about how he received a threatening mail from a Turkish governor for pursuing the story of 19-year-old Ali Ismail Korkmaz, who was killed during last summer's protests.

The Committee to Protect Journalists has said Turkey is the biggest jailer of journalists over the last two years.

The BBC's Selin Girit talked to Ismail Saymaz and the Korkmaz family.

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