The 'Saturday Mothers' will meet for the 500th time today since their first gathering in the mid-1990s
The Justice Ministry has cleared the path for investigations into nine civil servants, including the former police chief of Istanbul Celalettin Cerrah, who are accused of negligence in the murder of the Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink in 2007.
Turkey’s national intelligence agency (MİT) has referred a court to the country’s top military body to learn whether intelligence documents related to the Hrant Dink murder were classified as a state secret.
Slain Kurdish-Turkish writer and activist Musa Anter’s life is being adapted to screen in this week’s biopic, ‘Asasız Musa’ (Moses without the Rod).
The 2014 International Hrant Dink Award has been presented to Fincancı in Istanbul
Fatih Akın’s new movie based on the 1915 events made its world premiere at the 71st Venice Film Festival earlier this week. The film has received a mixed response from critics so far, but Akın says it has 'fulfilled its purpose'
An ultranationalist group said it would not allow the movie exploring the Armenian Genocide to be released
Fatih Akın has said he could not persuade any Turkish actor to play Hrant Dink
Turkey’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was not efficiently probed and the rights of his family were therefore violated
Hackers posted PM Erdoğan's photo and threat messages
The Hrant Dink Foundation has established a fellowship scheme with a view to promote cross-border cooperation
Key officials could face a probe regarding the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink on charges of intent or negligence
A large crowd of nearly 1,000 people gathered on Istanbul’s central Istiklal Avenue on April 24 to commemorate the 1915 killings of Armenians
Category: MURAT YETKİN
An Ankara court ruled for the conditional release of Orhan Övet on April 9, a day after he was arrested for a fist-flying attack on main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Last week in northern Iraq I had the chance to observe Kurdish politicians’ position vis-à-vis the peace process in Turkey.
Ramazan Akyürek's dismissal was sought on the basis that he 'tarnished police's image'
Fourteen-year-old Berkin Elvan weighed 45 kilos when his skull was crushed by a tear gas canister shot by Istanbul police at close distance on June 16, 2013, during the Gezi Park protests
The latest wave of releases from prison in the Ergenekon coup plot case marks the last straw in the ongoing rift within the Turkish judiciary
A Turkish court has freed five men accused of torturing and murdering three Christian missionaries in 2007, after the suspects' time in detention while on trial exceeded new legal limits
Başbuğ's arrest was actually one of the first open indicators of the coming confrontation between Erdoğan and Fethullah Gülen
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