Journalist Who Angered Turks Is Killed in Istanbul The editor of a Turkish-Armenian newspaper has been murdered in Istanbul, less than a year after being convicted of insulting Turkey's identity. Hrant Dink editor of the Argos newspaper, was a frequent target of nationalist anger for questioning Turkey's denial of Armenian genocide during World War I.

Journalist Who Angered Turks Is Killed in Istanbul

Journalist Who Angered Turks Is Killed in Istanbul

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The editor of a Turkish-Armenian newspaper has been murdered in Istanbul, less than a year after being convicted of insulting Turkey's identity. Hrant Dink editor of the Argos newspaper, was a frequent target of nationalist anger for questioning Turkey's denial of Armenian genocide during World War I.

Dink was shot in the head outside the offices of his newspaper. Melissa Block talks with NPR's Ivan Watson.