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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.
MK Eldad: Turkey can’t extort Israel not to recognize massacre since we have no relationship.
By JEREMY SHARON
April 24 marks the Armenian massacre and deportation from the Ottoman Empire.
By EDUARDO EURNEKIAN
Over 20 countries have officially recognized the Armenian genocide, often with high costs and difficult political battles.
By HAROUT HARRY SEMERDJIAN
Israel wrestles with Jewish history and recognizing the Armenian genocide.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Analysis: Open Knesset debate over officially recognizing Armenian genocide was gut responding to deteriorated Turkish-Israeli ties.
By HERB KEINON
Left, Right agree gov't should recognize Armenian genocide; Foreign Ministry: Official declaration would be 'irresponsible.'
By LAHAV HARKOV AND HERB KEINON
MK Schneller warns meeting may lead to worsening of ties with Turkey; Rivlin: We have responsibility to not forget genocide.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Birthright Armenia includes excursions around the country, visits to cultural, historical sites, meetings with local Armenian youth.
By BEN HARTMAN
Turkish PM says Sarksyan trying to "fill youth with hatred"; Israeli source: Who will ask Erdogan to apologize for occupying northern Cyprus?
If the Turkish demand for an apology is nothing more than a hammed-up provocation, is Israel justified in refusing to acquiesce — even if it means severing ties with its Muslim ex-ally?
By DEBORAH DANAN
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