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Surprise Resignation After Washington Meeting Sends Shockwaves

The sudden resignation of veteran Turkish diplomat Nabi Sensoy before his tenure in Washington was set to expire in early 2010 has spurred questions about a potential rift between the Turkish government and its diplomats. Retired ambassadors contacted by the Daily News say the government has failed to give credit to Sensoy’s nearly four-decade-long diplomatic career.

Turkish Ambassador to US Resigns

Turkey’s Ambassador to the US Nabi Sensoy reportedly resigned on Tuesday and asked to be reassigned, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported on Wednesday.

Karabakh ‘Main Issue’ of Erdogan-Obama Talks, Says Davutoglu

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was “a main issue” in Monday’s talks between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US President Barack Obama, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was quoted by the Azeri Today.az news portal as saying in an interview on Tuesday.

Papian, Hachikian to Headline ARF Day Celebrations

Historian Ara Papian and Armenian National Committee of America chairman Ken Hachikian will be the featured keynote speakers at the ARF Day Celebration scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 6 at the Glendale High School Auditorium.

Nalbandian, Davutoglu Discuss Protocols Ratification in Athens

Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian met with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu Tuesday on the sidelines of an OSCE Ministerial meeting in Athens, reported CNNTurk.

Obama Reaffirms Pledge to Recognize Genocide

WASHINGTON–With just days left to the crucial November 4th presidential elections, the Obama-Biden campaign reaffirmed its commitment to Armenian Genocide recognition and a strong U.S.-Armenia relationship, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). A statement titled "Barack Obama: Supporting U.S.-Armenia Relations," relayed to Armenia’s for Obama Chairman Areen Ibran’ssian earlier Friday as well as

Turkish Strategy: Intimidate Obama

WASHINGTON (Hurriyet)–Seeking to intimidate Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama into silence on the Armenian Genocide, the foreign policy advisor to Turkey’s Prime Minister met on Tuesday with Obama advisors in Washington DC, warning them that any move that ‘harms’ Turkey will derails the development of Turkish-Armenian relations, reported Hurriyet. "Steps that would harm Turkey should

Turkish Officials to Meet Obama, McCain Advisors

ANKARA (Hurriyet)–Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has sent two foreign policy officials to the United States to meet with the advisors of both U.S. presidential candidates, Barack Obama and John McCain, Hurriyet daily reported on Tuesday. Ahmet Davutoglu, chief foreign policy advisor to Erdogan and Suat Kiniklioglu, deputy chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of