ISTANBUL – Slain Turkish- Armenian journalist Hrant Dink will be commemorated on the second anniversary of his murder.
Sir Geoffrey Bindman, a British legal expert on human rights issues, has said the murderers of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, who was assassinated two years ago today by a young man influenced by neo-nationalism, took aim at his vision of a Turkey that allowed free speech.
Today’s Milliyet accuses security personnel and points out 10 points of neglect…
The interest of foreign journalists, politicians and intellectuals in Turkey is more intense than ever. Their opening inquiries are clear and strong: “Where is Turkey going? Will nationalism increase? If it does, to what kind of a regime can Turkey slide?”
Then comes a special question, the one that people like me – a Turkish citizen and an Armenian – can always expect: “Are you minorities afraid of the way things are going?”