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Turks remain mum on Hedegaard case
The Turkish ambassador, Mehmet Dönmez, has failed to shed any further light on how and why the Turkish government released the prime suspect in the failed assassination attempt on anti-Islam author Lars Hedegaard last year.
Dönmez, who was summoned to the Foreign Ministry yesterday to explain the apparent release from prison of the 27-year-old, referred to as 'BH', said that no further information had been received but that he would intensify his requests for information from the Turkish authorities.
"I will send a request to the Justice Ministry in Ankara as quickly as possible to get more information," Dönmez told TV2 News.
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