The curtain has come down on the Turkish pavilion at the 56th Venice biennale following a six-month festival of art
The triggerman who shot dead Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink almost nine years ago has appealed to present his testimony as part of the “criminal organization” leg of the case into the murder
Lawyers of the victim have reacted against the authorities’ decision to return the indictment involving suspected public servants in the January 2007 murder of prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink to the prosecutor in charge of the investigation
Turkey’s top police intel chief and two former police intel unit heads may face up to 25 years in prison each in the investigation launched into the murder of prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
The current polarization in Turkey may have been triggered by the EU’s obstacles in the accession process, leading President Erdoğan to choose more authoritarian paths, Noam Chomsky has told daily Hürriyet
Category: MEHMET Y. YILMAZ
Today, it is absolutely certain that Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was victim to a murder that could have been easily prevented
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has ordered the State Audit Board (DDK), an inspection body attached to the Turkish presidency, to conduct a special investigation into the Oct. 10 Ankara Massacre, which resulted in the deaths of at least 97 people.
An Istanbul prosecutor has unearthed files which show that Trabzon police intelligence had known about Ogün Samast, the hitman in Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink’s murder, before the incident took place
Five former police officers recently detained on the charge of “negligence on public duty” have been released, and four others under arrest have been cleared of charges of “committing deliberate murder,” “forming an illegal organization,” and “membership of an illegal organization to commit crime”
Seven former police officers have been detained on charges of “negligence on public duty,” as fresh evidence surfaced in the case into the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
Police officer Muhittin Zenit, who had been in contact with a key informant in murder of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink, has said he was prevented from giving testimony in the slaying by former police intelligence chiefs Ramazan Akyürek and Ali Fuat Yılmazer
A women’s rights advocate from Saudi Arabia and an LGBTI rights group in Turkey have been given this year’s International Hrant Dink Award dedicated to the Armenian journalist murdered in 2007
Category: EMRE KIZILKAYA
With its logo resembling the symbol of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its devotion to President Erdoğan, a new youth organization stands accused of attacking political party headquarters and media buildings in Turkey
Centered on how the theme of ‘saltwater’ ties Istanbul together, İKSV’s 14th Istanbul Biennial will start this weekend at real and unreal venues across the city
Two volunteers standing guard to prevent the demolition of an Armenian orphanage publicly known as “Kamp Armen” have been attacked by unidentified men on the 100th day of the peaceful protest in Istanbul’s Tuzla district
Ali Öz, a man who had been taking care of pigeons that Turkey’s important guests, including Popes, have flown as a symbol of peace, has passed away in Istanbul
The Sparkasse Leipzig Media Foundation has awarded Turkish journalist Nedim Şener and Iranian director Jafar Panahi with the Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media 2015
A number of examples of hate speech have turned into hate crimes in Turkey in recent weeks and no prosecutor has so far taken the initiative regarding these statements and crimes, Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Istanbul deputy Garo Paylan has stated
The Human Rights Association (İHD) in Turkey has brought the case of a partly demolished Armenian orphanage in Istanbul to the agenda of the Council of Europe and the European Parliament
A former police intelligence chief is required to serve up to 860 years in prison in a wiretapping case, in which he has been found guilty of wiretapping 48 people, including several government officials, journalists, judiciary personnel and businessmen.
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