Turkish community protests German parliament’s motion: NGOs say parliamentary motion on ‘genocide’ claims aims at slandering Turkey, not reconciliation between Turks and Armenians.
Note that the Turks living in Europe are protesting this time.
Turkey rejects Bulgaria’s reference to 1915 incidents as ‘mass murder’: Turkish Foreign Ministry calls decision ‘slander’ and says it will ‘negatively affect’ the two countries’ relations.
Afghan politicians condemn ‘genocide’ allegations: Around 20 lawmakers and senate members gather in Karte Char region to show their opposition to any kind of pressure on Turkey.
West ignores massacres against Muslims: Justin McCarthy, a historian and demographer at Louisville University, shed light on massacre and exile of Muslims in Balkans, Caucasus and Anatolia from 1821-1922.
31 Turkish diplomats killed by Armenian groups: According to ‘Armenian Terror’ study, diplomats killings between 1973 and 1986, occurred in the U.S., Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Lebanon, Greece, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Canada, Portugal, Iran, and the U.K.