Armenian families living in Syria’s Hasakah region try to remain in safe places and overcome hardships rising from armed clashes, Aleppo-based Armenian media outlet Kantsasar reported.
The State Security Service (SSS) of Georgia on Monday said it has thwarted a planned terrorist act on the Russia-Armenia gas pipeline.
Turkey on August 19 detained dozens of academics suspected of backing Fethullah Gülen, the alleged mastermind of last month’s failed coup attempt, issuing arrest warrants for 84 academics nationwide.
Azerbaijanis on social media call Rasul Chunayev to be lynched for losing to Armenian wrestler Migran Arutyunyan in the Rio Olympics, haqqin.az reported.
The German government said in a confidential document obtained by The Associated Press on Tuesday that Turkey has become “the central platform of action for Islamist groups” in the Middle East.
The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Peter Maurer, has described the fight for the Syrian city of Aleppo as one of the most devastating conflicts in modern times.
Turkey could walk away from its promise to stem the flow of illegal migrants to Europe if the European Union fails to grant Turks visa-free travel to the bloc in October, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told a German newspaper.
“Turkey, through normalization of relations with Russia, can start a dialogue with Moscow to resolve the Armenian-Azerbaijani- Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,” Turkish Ambassador to Baku Ismail Alper Coskun said on August 12.
The city of Benalmadena, Spain officially recognized and condemned the Armenian Genocide on Friday, August 12, the Armenian Foreign Ministry said.
Turkish police detained 17 suspected militants in a sweep in Istanbul on Thursday that included a raid on offices of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), their state media said, hours after twin bomb attacks hit the mainly Kurdish southeast.