A former Istanbul police intelligence chief was arrested late May 28 in the case of the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
An Armenian foundation plans to demolish and rebuild Kamp Armen, an Armenian orphanage in the Tuzla district of Istanbul, after a controversial demolition plan was shelved, as the land owner said he would donate it to the Armenian community
Delighted Armenians have celebrated victory after a controversial demolition plan for Kamp Armen was shelved
Efforts to demolish Kamp Armen, an Armenian orphanage in Istanbul’s Tuzla district that was expropriated in the wake of Turkey’s 1980 military coup, has begun
“Respiro,” an installation by influential conceptual artist Sarkis, will be on view in the Pavilion of Turkey at the 56th International Art Exhibition in Venice from May 7 to November 22.
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
The hourglass measures time in a very strange way. Unlike our round watches, or digital timekeepers, it does not treat every sand particle equally.
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
You may have thought about reparation payments after seeing my title. Those made by Germany have reached $100 billion. But that’s not what I have in mind.
A group of Turkish nationalists left black wreaths in front of Agos, the bilingual Turkish-Armenian weekly, in the early hours of April 24 in an apparently aggressive move against the newspaper, whose editor Hrant Dink was murder by a nationalist in 2007
Category: VERDA ÖZER
“Prime Minister Erdoğan’s statement of condolence to the Armenians was a milestone in Turkey’s history.”
Turkish-Armenian relations are back under the spotlight ahead of the centenary commemorations of 1915 on April 24. Carnegie Endowment scholar Thomas de Waal spoke to HDN about his new book on the subject.
Category: FOLDED CORNER
FOLDED CORNER: ‘Great Catastrophe: Armenians and Turks in the Shadow of Genocide’ by Thomas de Waal
Sarkis Seropyan, the veteran editor of Istanbul-based weekly Agos’ Armenian language pages, has passed away at the age of 80.
FOLDED CORNER: ‘There Was and There Was Not: A Journey Through Hate and Possibility in Turkey, Armenia and Beyond’ by Meline Toumani (Metropolitan Books, 286 pages, $28)
A probe has been opened into the two Interior Ministry inspectors who allegedly covered up the acts of police chiefs in the murder of Armenian Turkish journalist Hrant Dink in 2007, daily Yeni Şafak reported on March 2.
Former head of Turkey's police intelligence, Ramazan Akyürek, sent to prison over the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink
A high-ranking Turkish police chief has been detained in Ankara as part of the investigation into murder Hrant Dink
A growing campaign, inside and outside Turkey, is advocating the opening of the Turkish-Armenian border, without asking anything of Armenia, as if the Turkish government was the only, or at least the main, actor responsible for the current situation.
A new security package proposed by the ruling AKP will leave citizens at the whim of police officers in terms of personal freedoms, according to the head of the Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TİHV). Ultimately, torture has merely changed form under the AKP, Şebnem Korur Fincancı says.
This week, Jan. 27 was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It was the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz exterminatiom camp by Soviet soldiers.
The spokesperson of Turkish President Erdoğan and the Foreign Ministry strongly reacts to remarks by Armenian leader Sargsyan
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