European politicians and EU officials have expressed their outrage at the murder of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink outside his Agos newspaper office in Istanbul on 19 January. Dink, 53, was well known for his articles about the difficult period of relations between Armenians and Turks during World War I. "I'm shocked and saddened by this brutal act of violence," said Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn. "I trust that the Turkish authorities will fully investigate this crime and will bring the perpetrators to justice," he added. The Chairman of the European Parliament's...

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