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About Hrant Dink

Hrant Dink was from 1996 the editor-in-chief of and a columnist on the Armenian-language weekly newspaper Agos in Istanbul. The paper aims to provide a voice for the Armenian community in Turkey and to further dialogue between Turks and Armenians

On 19 January 2007, Hrant Dink was assassinated outside Agos's offices in Istanbul

Articles by Hrant Dink

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The water finds its crack: an Armenian in Turkey

Europe and Turkey are locked in a relationship of mutual fear and suppressed desire. It will be opened when Turkey can face its greatest taboo, says the editor of the Armenian-Turkish newspaper “Agos” in Istanbul, Hrant Dink.

(This article was first published on 13 December 2005)

A pigeon-like unease of spirit

This article was published in the Armenian-Turkish newspaper "Agos" on 10 January 2007. It was the second-last Hrant Dink would write; nine days later, he was murdered outside the newspaper’s Istanbul office.

Orhan Pamuk's epic journey

The Nobel literature award belongs to Orhan Pamuk and Turkey alike, says the Istanbul editor of the Armenian-Turkish newspaper Agos, Hrant Dink.
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