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Breaking News Istanbul protest for murdered Turkish Armenian journalist Turkish riot police were out in force on Sunday as large crowds massed in Istanbul to demand justice for a prominent Turkish Armenian journalist murdered seven years ago. "
Resolving to Advance the Armenian Cause The Year Ahead 2013 began and ends with conflict. Beginning with the election cycle in Armeniapresidential and municipalwhich was marred, once again, with voter fraud and corruption to the Armenian government's
Armenian National Committee office in France and the European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (ANC of Europe) issued a joint statement Tuesday strongly condemning the Dec...According to the Court, the 2007 decision of the Lausanne
Adam Schiff released the following statement on Tuesday after the Armenian government disclosed that Azerbaijani troops had killed an Armenian soldier, Hrant Poghosyan, along the border of Nagorno-Karabakh. Today, we have learned of the murder of yet
So disconnected from reality is an article I just read from a Turkish source, that I thought I had found the explanation for why we no longer hear (since the 1970s) about opium from Turkish poppies being shipped to the west the Turks are smoking it
Dogan News Agency)A court trying the Trabzon Gendarmerie commanders due to their alleged neglect in the murder of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink has decided not to merge that case with the main Dink murder case. The court board did not find a
Hrant Meguerian took a long look at his family as he walked into a courtroom in Van Nuys on Tuesday. His adult children no longer had a mother, and now they were losing their father for a very long time. Meguerian was sentenced to 23 years and 4
Hurriyet Daily News)Erhan Tuncel, the suspected instigator of the murder of journalist Hrant Dink, has been captured in Istanbul's Kumburgaz district in a villa where he was hiding out, after having spent 38 days on the run. Tuncel was captured in a
More than 10,000 protesters marked the fifth anniversary of a Turkish-Armenian journalist's murder on Thursday as outrage continues to grow over a trial which failed to shed light on alleged official negligence or even collusion.
FranceOn Sunday, October 20, French Minister of Culture Aurelie Filipetti inaugurated the National Center for Armenian Remembrance (Centre National de la Memoire Armenienne) in the French city of Decines, journalist Jean Eckian reports. For this