Weekly newspaper

Agos is the weekly of Turkey's Armenian minority and has been printed in Turkish and Armenian since 1996. Despite its low circulation it is considered an important publication that openly discusses sensitive topics. Its editor-in-chief Hrant Dink was persecuted for years by nationalist forces within Turkish society and the Turkish judiciary. In 2007 he was shot dead outside the paper's editorial offices.

Circulation 5,500 (2020)
Frequency of publication Weekly on Thursdays
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Istanbul, Turkey
Publisher Agos Yayıncılık Basım Hizmelteri / Rahil Dink
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1996
Address Anarad Hığutyun Binası, Papa Roncalli Sokak No: 128 Harbiye, 34373 Şişli / İstanbul
Phone 0090 21 2219 00 98
Twitter @AGOSgazetesi