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A death in Istanbul

The assassination of editor Hrant Dink set off the largest peaceful demonstration in modern Turkish history. Can last week's symbolic events lead to reconciliation between Turkey and Armenia?

Sera Dink, daughter of the Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink, carries a portrait of her father as she leads his funeral procession on Tuesday.
By Stephen Kurkjian
January 28, 2007

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ISTANBUL -- On Tuesday, after hundreds of thousands of Turks filled the streets of this city to honor the slain Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink, in what was the largest peaceful demonstration in modern Turkey's history, a group of academics and political leaders appeared on Turkey's most respected television talk program to discuss what lessons might be learned from Dink's assassination. (Full article: 1304 words)

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