The flowers have started to wilt but the shock and anger remain vivid.
Outside the office of the news organisation where Jan Kuciak worked, bouquets and candles have been arranged in front of photographs of the journalist and his fiancée, Martina Kusnirova.
The couple, both 27, who intended to marry in the spring, were found shot dead in their home outside Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, on February 25.
The murders bore all the hallmarks of a professional hit.
The killings prompted outrage in this small country of just five million people, leading to the biggest rallies seen since the Velvet Revolution of 1989 brought down decades of Communist rule.
Tens of thousands of Slovaks have marched…
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