The restoration work at the Üç Horan (Surp Yerrortutyun) Armenian Church in Malatya has been completed. The building, which will serve as both a church and a cultural center, will host the first Mass in decades, on August 29.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to restrict U.S. foreign military financing and training assistance to Azerbaijan, passing a bipartisan, ANCA-backed amendment led by Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and twenty of his House colleagues.
A group of academics and human rights lawyers penned a public response to the think tank Carnegie Europe after the publication of an article by the British journalist and writer Thomas de Waal on 30 April 2021 entitled “What Next After the US Recognition of the Armenian Genocide?”
“The Armenian Genocide has been largely invisible in Turkey, whose denialist policies continue to marginalize the remaining Armenians and other ethnic and religious groups in the region.”
The family of Hrant Dink has released a written statement about today's court ruling on the Dink's murder in 2007.
In the trial over the assassination of journalist Hrant Dink, the files of 13 people have been separated. 37 defendants have been acquitted and 26 have been convicted. Four have been given a life sentence and two an aggravated life sentence.
Agos columnist Baskın Oran's new book entitled "Minorities and Minority Rights in Turkey: From the Ottoman Empire to the Present State" has been released.
This year only and due to the pandemic, on the 14th year of his assassination the founder and editor-in-chief of our newspaper Hrant Dink was commemorated online. Selahattin Demirtaş’s wife Başak Demirtaş delivered the commemoration speech from the 23.5 Hrant Dink Site of Memory. Below is the text of her address.
January 19 marks the 14th year since journalist Hrant Dink was murdered. This year’s commemoration ceremony will be held online due to the coronavirus pandemic.