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But facts on the ground occasionally dictate otherwise – particularly in Armenia, one of the world’s oldest Christian nations.
Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry insisted they had offered all the guarantees necessary to ensure Mkhitaryan would have been safe ahead of the European Games in Baku.
Yerevan seeks to upgrade ties with Jerusalem despite the Jewish state’s refusal to recognize the Armenian genocide.
The path to renewed cooperation with Ankara runs through Syria and the Palestinian track
By MOSHE MAOZ
Samantha Power plays politics with the Armenian genocide.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
The Armenian Genocide was more than just the attempted extermination of a people; it was the destruction of an ancient homeland.
By JANO BOGHOSSIAN
Armenians remain traumatized not only because of the annihilation of their kin 100 years ago, but also by Turkey’s steadfast denial of the genocide.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
A l’occasion du 100e anniversaire du génocide arménien, gros plan sur la petite communauté de Jaffa. Moins connue que celle de Jérusalem, elle lutte au jour le jour pour ne pas tomber dans l’oubli
By ARIEL COHEN
Aris Shirvanian reminds president that he had previously referred to the massacre as a genocide and was now backtracking.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel does not formally recognize the genocide diplomatically, nor is the historical event taught in Israeli schools.
For many Armenians, the genocide of 1915 is not a thing of the past. Lebanon is now hosting a number of Syrian Armenian refugees who have been forced to flee fighting in neighboring Syria.
By ALEX YOUNG/THE MEDIA LINE
The vote marks a significant change of stance for Germany, Turkey's biggest trade partner in the EU and home to a large ethnic Turkish diaspora.
The Israeli delegation does not mark a change in the government’s policy to not officially recognize the genocide.
By LAHAV HARKOV
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