#EmineBulut, stabbed to death by her ex-husband in front of her 10 year-old daughter, has sent shock waves across #Turkey. It has also become a worldwide trend on Twitter.
One of her last sentences was "#IDontWantToDie".
Here is my take on it for @BBCWorld.pic.twitter.com/tDaLF5hEsn
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