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Armenia PM steps down to clear way for early elections

He said on his Facebook page he was returning power received from citizens to them, so they could decide the future of the government through free and fair elections.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow,

Turkey’s genocide blackmail: Threats to work closer with Iran and Russia

The Biden administration has called Turkey’s bluff: that it might leave NATO because it is angry to hear the word “genocide” – and that Ankara should never be offended, but can do what it wants.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan speaks at Esenboga Airport in Ankara, Turkey, October 7, 2019

Turkey summons US amb. over Armenian Genocide recognition

Biden said on Saturday that the 1915 killings constituted genocide, a historic declaration that infuriated Turkey and further strained frayed ties between the two NATO allies.

TURKISH PRESIDENT Recep Tayyip Erdogan and then-US vice president Joe Biden chat after their meeting

Biden ends decades of US appeasement of Turkey, recognizes genocide - analysis

The level of appeasement and catering to endless threats from Ankara has no parallel in US history.

Why has Israel not yet recognized the Armenian Genocide?

RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: Have Israel’s diplomatic, military and economic concerns trumped its moral imperative?

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Israel must recognize the Armenian Genocide - editorial

For the world to ensure that these atrocities do not happen again, we have to be clear about what they are.

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Biden expected to recognize massacre of Armenians as genocide - WSJ

US President Biden is expected to formally recognize the genocide of the 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children who lost their lives under the Ottoman Empire.


Glimpse of Paradise: A colorful history of Armenian ceramics in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Armenian ceramic was introduced during the Mandate Period by the British.


Azerbaijan slammed for display of Armenian wartime helmets

For some online, the images and caricatures evoked “genocide,” with posts comparing the helmets to “trophies” collected by other regimes.

ARMENIAN PRESIDENT Armen Sarkissian takes part in a wreath-laying ceremony at Yad Vashem – The World

Biden recognizing Armenian Genocide is righting a historic wrong - opinion

Only in 2019 did the United States pass a resolution recognizing the massacre; yet, as of now, a US president has yet to do so. Are the tides finally turning?

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