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Crowds flocked to the former address of Turkish-Armenian weekly newspaper Agos in Istanbul’s Şişli district on Jan. 19 to commemorate the late journalist Hrant Dink on the 11th anniversary of his assassination.
Hrant Dink is being memorialized in İstanbul and Ankara with a series of events. Some roads have been closed to traffic in Şişli for the memorial service to be done in front of Agos weekly newspaper building.

11th Anniversary of Dink Assassination Commemorated in Istanbul

ISTANBUL—Large crowds flocked to the former address of Turkish-Armenian weekly newspaper Agos in Istanbul on Friday to commemorate the late journalist Hrant Dink on the 11th anniversary of his assassination, reported the Hurriyet Daily Newspaper. Dink was shot dead with three bullets on Jan.
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