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Prominent Musicians Convene For 5th…

Feb 08, 2016

Istanbul will host prominent musicians from Europe and the best examples of...

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The Roots of Armenian Violence

Feb 07, 2016

Paul B. Henze Foreign Affairs Consultant, Washington, DC, U.S.A. International Terrorism and the Drug Connection...

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"Turkey is A Country Made Up o…

Feb 06, 2016

Sometimes I think if it weren't for Western leaders, I would find...

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A Positive Shift In The Vatican’s …

Feb 05, 2016

Mehmet Oğuzhan TULUN- Analyst, AVİM  On the occasion of the centenary of the...

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Bilkent Wind Trio will be on stage …

Feb 05, 2016

Istanbul’s only chamber music festival, the 5th International Opus Amadeus Chamber Music...

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Jan 24, 2009

This time the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs who visited the region...

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Mammadyarov: Azerbaijan Is Ready To…

Jul 13, 2011

Azerbaijan calls Armenia to start work on peace treaty on settlement of...

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Jun 22, 2009

A research made by White House showed that Armenians massacred 2 millions...

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'Playing baseball on the chessboard…

Apr 21, 2010

Article by Vahid Gazi, director of Baku's INAM Centre for ...

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Why House resolution 252 should be …

Feb 26, 2010

Next Friday, March 4th, is a pivotal day in US-Turkish relations. The...

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So Called Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Allegation of Genocide: The…

Feb 09, 2016

THE ISSUE: Whether within the events leading to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire genocide was perpetrated against Armenian Ottoman citizens in Eastern Anatolia.

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Turkey Armenia Relations

Turkey, Germany Discuss Situation in Sou…

Feb 08, 2016

Turkey and Germany discussed the situation in the South Caucasus during a meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Ankara, Turkish TRT Haber channel reported Feb. 8.

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Heavy Diagnosis For Armenian Corrupted G…

Feb 09, 2016

Political corruption remains Armenia’s widespread and growing problem, ranking the country 95 among 168 countries in a list of Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index 2014, with a score of 35 on a scale from zero (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

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Feb 01, 2016

Aslan Yavuz ŞİR- Harut Sassounian, who criticized Doğu Perinçek’s victory against Switzerland in the European Court of Human Right and called for violence against Perinçek, has now targeted Oya Bain, an esteemed member of the Turkish American community.

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Karabakh Conflict

Nuland Takes Armenia's Side

Feb 09, 2016

New details have emerged of the disapproval of the resolution on Nagorno-Karabakh by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).

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Khojaly Massacre

Khojaly Massacre Documentary ‘Endless Co…

Feb 04, 2016

Directed by Lithuanian independent film director Aleksandras Brokas, the documentary “Endless Corridor” on the Khojaly massacre won the 2015 Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Achievement from Global Film Awards organized by the US-based moviemaker magazine named Accolade Global Film Competition, the European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) told APA on Thursday.

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The Turkish delegation plans to add a point on Karabakh conflict to a final statement of the Chicago statement.

According to Sabah newspaper, one of the main issues on the agenda of the Turkish Delegation to the NATO Summit of Chicago is the question of inclusion of the issue of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh into the paragraph on unsolved conflicts of the final statement. According to the newspaper, during a meeting in Chicago between Turkish President Abdullah Gul with his Azerbaijani counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, the Turkish leader said that Ankara will support Azerbaijan in the Karabakh issue till the end. The two leaders discussed the text of the final statement regarding the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

The NATO summit, which should mark the beginning of a new stage in the history of the alliance, started in Chicago yesterday. The Chicago Summit, according to organizers, will be the largest event in the history of the alliance.

Representatives of more than 60 countries and organizations, including half a hundred of presidents and prime ministers, have arrived in Chicago. Such excitement is associated with an unusually broad two-day meeting agenda.