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News National Avci ignores strong evidence in denial of Dink murder's dark links Former Eskisehir Police Chief Hanefi Avci, who has recently been trying to discredit a number of critical judicial cases which are widely seen as Turkey's struggle to
The Turkish state recently made a simultaneously liberal and fascistic move on the same subject: the Armenian issue. The result was a perfect example of what makes Turkey the setting of the grotesque co-existence of liberalism and a fascistic mindset.
Combined Sources)Hrant Dink's defense attorney said that the time has passed for a proposed amicable [compromise] solution in his client's case at the International Court of Human Rights, where the slain Armenian journalist is being charged by
The family is a plaintiff in an ongoing case before the European Court of Human Rights against Turkey that sparked fierce debate after a controversial official statement submitted to the court by the government was recently disclosed.
The infamous Article 301 will disrupt any sort of settlement between the Turkish state and the family of murdered journalist Hrant Dink, according to his brother, Khosrov Dink. Article 301, which took effect on June of 2005, is a controversial
Milliyet Daily News)Turkey's foreign minister has said he regrets the defense the Turkish state gave at the European Court of Human Rights in a case concerning murdered journalist Hrant Dink. Rejecting the defense that drew parallels between Hrant
The Turkish justice has been investigating all aspects of the killing with determination." November 19, 2009. "It is totally inappropriate to claim that the Turkish government tried to find extenuating circumstances for the accused and used
The Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office has sent a request to the Prime Ministry to investigate the National Intelligence Organization, or MIT, to determine whether they neglected to prevent the assassination of journalist Hrant Dink...Dink, a
Ogun Samast, the primary suspect in the assassination of journalist Hrant Dink, has become a suspect in another case after allegedly intimidating Dink's brother, Hosrof Dink. Hrant Dink, a Turkish journalist of Armenian descent and the editor-in-
Central Daylight Time The 14th hearing for the trial of the murder of journalist Hrant Dink, included the victims own words in a visual presentation which brought the late Turkish-Armenian journalist to life. Fethiye etin, the Dink familys prosecutor