Before transfering the body of Göksin Sipahioglu from Paris to Istanbul, the hearse stopped in front of the offices of Sipa Press in Paris. Under the direction of Mete Zinioglu, the coffin was placed in the middle of the sidewalk, surrounded by employees, photographers and a few friends and neighbors in order to be able to give him a final adieu. Mr. Sipahioglu will be buried in Istanbul on Monday following a service at the Tesvikiye Mosque.
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