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Hrant Dink

Hrant Dink (Armenian: Հրանդ Տինք, ) (September 15, 1954 – January 19, 2007) was a Turkish-Armenian editor, journalist and columnist.

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Hrant Dink - Fırat Dink, Taksim SK Player
... He played professional football with Taksim SK which is Armenian Community team in 1982-83 season ... His name was written as Fırat Dink in his licence ...
Armenia–Turkey Relations - Modern Relations - Post-2007 Diplomatic Thaw - Hrant Dink Assassination
... The January 2007 assassination of Hrant Dink, a Turkish citizen of Armenian descent, brought the issue of Armenian–Turkish relations into the national ... Dink was instrumental in getting Turks to discuss the Armenian Genocide, an effort for which he found himself the target of criminal prosecution on three separate occasions ... Nonetheless, Dink also reserved some criticism for the Armenian diaspora, for its insistence on enforcing a claim of genocide without engaging the modern ...
Article 301 (Turkish Penal Code) - High-profile Cases
... well-known Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink was prosecuted under the Article 301 for insulting Turkishness, and received a six month suspended sentence ... who painted him as a target, they are the most responsible in this." Hrant Dink was posthumously acquitted of the charges on June 14, 2007, in a retrial ordered by the Court ... In 2007, Arat Dink (Hrant Dink's son) and Serkis Seropyan were convicted to one-year suspended sentences under Article 301 for printing Dink's claims that the killings of Armenians in 1915 was a genocide ...
Arat Dink
... Arat Dink (born 1979 in İstanbul, Turkey) is a Turkish journalist of Armenian origin and the executive editor of Agos, a bilingual Turkish-Armenian ... He is the son of Hrant Dink, the former editor-in-chief of the same paper, who was murdered by Ogün Samast, a Turkish ultra-nationalist who was seventeen years old at the time ... Arat Dink has been brought to trial as a co-defendant as the executive editor of Agos along with Serkis Seropyan, holder of the weekly's publishing license in the third and last case ...
Taner Akçam - Legal Disputes
... criticized the prosecution of Agos managing editor Hrant Dink for using the term "genocide", regarding the Armenian Genocide ... Highlighting the term "genocide", Akçam declared himself an accessory to the charges against Hrant Dink, and urged readers to join in Dink's support ... Fearing reprisals à la Hrant Dink, Akçam entreated the Coordination Council of Armenian Organisations in France and president Sarkozy to pressure Ankara to protect him ...