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APR 24, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Poignant Photos From Around The World Show Armenian Genocide Has Not Been Forgotten

Tens of thousands of Armenians living around the world flocked to solemn memorials and defiant protests on Friday to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. The ceremonies mark the period in 1915 when Armenian intellectuals were rounded up in Ottoman-era Turkey, presaging a wave of killing that left about 1.5 million people dead. Historians consider the massacre to ...

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APR 20, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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News of the day from across the globe, April 21

Turkey’s prime minister said a ceremony would be held in Istanbul to commemorate Armenians killed a century ago by Ottoman Turks and again issued condolences to their descendants. Turkey however, denies that the deaths constituted genocide, saying the toll has been inflated and that those killed were victims of civil war and unrest. Israel’s president on Monday gave Prime Minister ...

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APR 14, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Protests as Turkey starts work on first nuclear power plant

Turkey on Tuesday launched construction of its first nuclear power plant which Ankara hopes will open a new era of greater energy self-sufficiency, but the ceremony was marred by angry protests against the controversial $20 billion project. The power station -- which will have four power units with a capacity of 1200 MW each -- is being built like Iran's ...

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APR 12, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Saudi Arabia, Turkey Discussing Unlikely Alliance To Oust Syria's Assad

WASHINGTON -- Turkey and Saudi Arabia, two nations with a long history of rivalry, are in high-level talks with the goal of forming a military alliance to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad, according to sources familiar with the discussions. The talks are being brokered by Qatar. As the partnership is currently envisioned, Turkey would provide ground troops, supported by Saudi ...

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