A new exhibition showcases the modern image of the Ottoman Empire with an extensive selection of photographs
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
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.”
Category: YALÇIN DOĞAN
The first Armenian prime minister, Hovhannes Katchaznouni, confirmed this: “The British invasion boosted our hopes; we formed our volunteer troops against the Ottoman army.”
Category: GÜVEN SAK
While Pax Ottomanica was based on military might, Pax Turcica in Anatolia has been based on forgetfulness. It was too painful and too complicated for the would-be nation builders in Ankara to deal with the memory of a massive empire.
This year’s Anzac Day marks the centenary of the Gallipoli landing, a significant historic event for both Australia and Turkey.
Thousands gather on Gallipoli Peninsula for an Anzac Day dawn service to mark the centenary of the landing of Allied troops
Turkey reacts to the US, Russia, Germany and France over the wording their leaders picked on the Armenian killings
Opening the border between Turkey and Armenia would create an atmosphere of trust and benefit business, Armenian President Sargsyan tells daily Hürriyet.
On the 100th anniversary commemoration of the Gallipoli Campaign, Ankara discovers a military graveyard on a Greek island where Turkish and Egyptian soldiers were buried by British forces
Category: ÖZDEM SANBERK
When a Turk is writing about the Armenian problem from a Turkish point of view, he is conscious that he will probably not be heard by the rest of the world.
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
The hourglass measures time in a very strange way. Unlike our round watches, or digital timekeepers, it does not treat every sand particle equally.
Fulfilling expectations, U.S. President Barack Obama has refrained from using the word “genocide” in a statement to mark the 100th anniversary of the mass deportation of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, while praising two figures who did so in the past.
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.
Russian and French presidents, who have both named the killing of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire during World War I 'genocide,' attended ceremonies in Yerevan April 24
Police dispersed Istanbul Technical University (İTÜ) students on April 24 as they attempted to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the events of 1915, which Armenia and a number of countries recognize as genocide, Doğan News Agency reported
Turkey tells Austria that an Austrian parliamentary declaration describing the 1915 killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as 'genocide' would permanently damage the two countries' relations
Ruling out the possibility of failing to enter parliament as a party in the June 7 parliamentary elections, the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), considered by many as a kingmaker in the coming elections, has said it has no Plan B other than to clear Turkey’s 10 percent parliamentary threshold
Russian President Vladimir Putin has joined the list of world leaders and governments who have named the killing of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire “genocide,” just one day after the Austrian parliament issued a similar declaration, prompting Turkey to recall its ambassador
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
Exactly a century ago, a dark episode began in the crumbling Ottoman Empire. Around 250 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders were arrested in Istanbul and deported to Anatolia, never to return.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Simple: They are regional administrations that have recognized the Armenian genocide.
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