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Turkey said on April 24 that it rejected and condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin calling the 1915 mass killings of Ottoman Armenians a 'genocide'
Russia knows genocide well, Turkey fires back
Turkey on April 24 hosted world leaders to commemorate the centenary of the World War I battle of Gallipoli, sending out a message of reconciliation -- and patriotic pride over one of the most dramatic Ottoman victories of the war.
As is happened: Turkey, world leaders remember Gallipoli battle centenary
Turkey reacts to the US, Russia, Germany and France over the wording their leaders picked on the Armenian killings
Turkey reacts to Obama, Putin, Hollande, Gauck over Armenian killings remarks
A Turkish Airlines plane bound for Milan makes an emergency landing at Istanbul Airport after one its engines catches fire
Turkish plane makes emergency landing over engine fire
In a comprehensive interview with daily Hürriyet’s Cansu Çamlıbel on April 24, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan underlined in an open way that Armenia’s “struggle does not end in 2015 – it will just enter a more mature phase.”
Genocide recognitions further isolate Turkey
A powerful earthquake struck Nepal, killing more than 1,900 people, toppling an historic tower and touching off a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest
Devastating Nepal earthquake kills hundreds, triggers deadly Everest avalanche
French President Hollande raises rights abuses with Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev at talks focused on its dispute with Armenia over Nagorny Karabakh
Hollande raises Azerbaijan's rights record in Baku talks
Thousands gather on Gallipoli Peninsula for an Anzac Day dawn service to mark the centenary of the landing of Allied troops
Thousands honor fallen soldiers of Gallipoli at dawn service
Voters in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus head to the polls today to choose a new president in an election runoff that could speed UN-brokered reunification talks.
Turkish Cypriots vote in poll that could speed peace talks
US President Barack Obama skewered allies and rivals alike in a Saturday-night comedy act spiced up with a healthy dash of self-deprecation.
VIDEO: Obama pokes fun at friends and foes in dinner speech
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