Armenian Massacre

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Armenian Massacre

Turks decimated Armenian population, dispersed survivors (1896). [Eur. Hist.: EB, I: 525]
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According to the source, opening the archives will show the world that the events of 1915 were not "Armenian genocide" on the contrary, an extermination and genocide of the Muslim population of the Ottoman Empire by Armenian gangs occurred during the events in 1915.
Adam Schiff (D-Glendale), Vice Chair of the Armenian-American Caucus, released a statement in recognition of the Armenian Genocide: 104 years ago, the Ottoman Empire murdered 1.5 million Armenians in the first genocide of the 20th century.
The Committee of Memory for the Armenian genocide is organising a youth rally next week to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the 1915 events.
The Armenian genocide, or known as the Armenian holocaust (Meds Yeghern), is one of this world's miseries faced by a whole race.
NNA - French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday declared April 24 as a day for the commemoration of the Armenian genocide in France, an issue that has caused regular friction between Turkey and European Union member states.
Yesterday, Speaker of the Knesset Yuli Edelstein introduced legislation for Israel to officially recognize the Armenian genocide. The proposal was preliminarily approved, but still requires the government's approval, which is unlikely.
Summary: Lebanon's Armenian community gathered at the Armenian Catholicosate in Antelias Tuesday morning to mark the 103th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, believed to have led to the death of over 1.5 million people.
Fresh from his ad-libbed remarks, the pope also visited the Armenian genocide memorial in Tsitsernakaberd on Saturday. 
We have nothing in our past to be ashamed of, but those countries that often accuse Turkey of 'Armenian genocide' have the blood of millions of innocent victims," Erdogan said in a speech at the Imports Council, calling on Germany to open its whole historic archives, adding "Turkey had nothing to be ashamed of in its history." Erdogan said Germany should be the last country to speak about the so called "Armenian genocide".
Ihrig presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the links between the Armenian genocide and the Nazi Holocaust, arguing that the two are much more connected than has been previously thought.
Full-page ad in today's @WSJ denying the Armenian genocide pic.twitter.com/LjBGjCo80l
Surviving the Forgotten Armenian Genocide is the true-life, primary testimony of a man who survived the genocide that the Ottoman Turkish government enacted against its Armenian Christian subjects during World War One.

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