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Oldest Armenian Daily Celebrates Centenary in Istanbul

ISTANBUL (AFP) — The oldest Armenian-language newspaper in Turkey is celebrating its 100th anniversary, surviving a century of tumult in a place where Armenia’s were massacred and reduced to a tiny community. Founded by a man of letters, Misak Kocunyan, and his brother Sarkis, Jamanak (Times in Armenian) was born on October 28, 1908 in

US Document Reveals Turkey Continued Ottoman Empire’s Anti-Armenian Policies

Those who want to shield today’s Turkey from responsibility for the Armenian Genocide have sought to blame the Young Turk government of the Ottoman Empire rather than the Republic of Turkey which was not established until 1923. One wonders then why Turkish officials, who have tried every trick to deny the facts of the Armenian