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On Jan. 17, 2007, Hrant Dink, a Turkish Armenian intellectual and the editor-in-chief of the Istanbul-based Armenian daily newspaper, Agos, was assassinated right outside his office in one of the busiest streets in the country.
Data compiled by the Transportation Ministry has shown that the number of cruise tourists who visited Turkey in 2014 decreased by 20 percent from the previous year
Officers arrested in the murder case of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink have joined the civilian suspects in blaming one-time allies or colleagues for the killing after the inspection was widened.
A police chief accused of negligence in the murder of journalist Hrant Dink in 2007 has handed himself into the authorities in Ankara
The winters might be cold in the Netherlands, but a frozen canal or river perfect for ice-skating provides mountains of joy enough to warm up any Dutch person
An Istanbul court has arrested two policemen involved in the inquiry into the killing of Hrant Dink, the Turkish Armenian journalist
An Istanbul court has issued an arrest order for two policemen involved in the inquiry into the killing of Hrant Dink, the Turkish Armenian journalist, as the case deepens.
A hydroelectric power plant has been hit by an avalanche in Turkey's northeastern Trabzon province, killing at least one worker. Meanwhile, heavy snow nationwide closed many roads in hundreds of villages throughout Turkey
AKP deputies who voted against sending four former Cabinet members to the Supreme Court for graft allegations have defended the former ministers with controversial statements
Turkish police intensified security measures to ward off more attacks Jan. 7, one day after a female suicide bomber detonated herself at an Istanbul police station in the touristic area of Sultanahmet
Ercan Demir was assigned to the Cizre police chief post after four people were killed in the district in clashes between PKK and Hüda-Par
Georgia and Turkey have enjoyed two fruitful and eventful decades of cooperation. However, one serious point of contention for Georgia is the relationship that Turkey has with one of the occupied regions of Georgia – Abkhazia.
Trabzonspor showed no mercy to Manisaspor in Ziraat Turkey Cup, triggering a hot debate between the respective managers about the ethics of running up the goal tally
An ongoing exhibition at Istanbul’s Salt Galata titled 'Rainbow in the Dark' brings together a group of works that tackles issues related to religious rituals, gender politics and spirituality
Former Trabzon police intelligence branch chief Faruk Sarı gave his testimony to Istanbul’s prosecutor as a suspect in the murder case of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink in 2007
Ahmet İlhan Güler has accused former Trabzon police intelligence head Ramazan Akyürek of 'hiding' information about the attack
Şenol Kazancı has been appointed as the new director-general of Turkey's Anadolu Agency, according to media reports.
Turkey’s last remaining participants in European competition, Beşiktaş and Trabzonspor, will face difficult respective tests against Liverpool and Napoli in the Europa League Round of 32 following a draw on Dec. 15 in Nyon, Switzerland.
Former Istanbul Police Chief Celalettin Cerrah gave his testimony to the public prosecutor’s office on Dec. 15 over the murder of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink.
Ogün Samast, the triggerman who shot Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink dead almost eight years ago, has claimed two former police chiefs were responsible for Dink’s murder
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