Hrant Dink

BERLIN —  “The question of whether after such a complete elimination, after the almost total expulsion and forced expatriation of survivors in the successor state, the Republic of Turkey, an existence as an Armenian, subjectively and[...]

FRANKFURT — On January 19, Germans, Turks, Armenians, Kurds, Greeks and others gathered in several German cities to render homage to the memory of Hrant Dink, on the 12th anniversary of his death. In Frankfurt, a demonstration took place[...]

ISTANBUL (Armenpress) — Armenian lawmaker of the Turkish Parliament Garo Paylan urged the Parliament on January 18 to deal with the investigation of the murder case of Istanbul-Armenian intellectual Hrant Dink, Gazete Duvar reported.[...]

ISTANBUL (Agos) —Samanyolu Street in Istanbul’s Sisli district has been renamed for Armenian journalist Hrant Dink. Dink, the editor-in-chief of the Istanbul-based Turkish-Armenian weekly Agos, was shot dead at the age of 52 in broad[...]

ISTANBUL — The 2018 International Hrant Dink Awards were given this month to Murat Çelikkan of Turkey and the Mwatana Organization for Human Rights from Yemen. Mwatana conducts independent, impartial documentation work and prepares[...]

ISTANBUL (News.am) — A commemoration event devoted to the 11th anniversary of the assassination of journalist Hrant Dink, was held Friday, January 19, outside the former office of Agos weekly, which the late Dink had founded. The Friends[...]

  By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator COLOGNE, Germany — On the 11th anniversary of the murder of Hrant Dink in front of his Agos office in Istanbul, Turks and Armenians and Germans gathered in several German[...]

By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator COLOGNE, Germany — On the 11th anniversary of the murder of Hrant Dink in front of his Agos office in Istanbul, Turks and Armenians and Germans gathered in several German cities,[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN, Mass. – On Sunday, January 21, St. James Armenian Church’s Armene and Veronica Tarvezian Hall was packed, with standing room only, for a program sponsored by Friends of Hrant Dink[...]

LIVINGSTON, N.J. — On Friday, June 2, St. Mary Armenian Church was host to an art exhibit and lecture at the church’s Toufayan Hall. More than 80 people attended the talk about “The role of Constantinople, Istanbul, in the History[...]