US recognition of Armenian killings as genocide revives an old debate
The United States’ decision to recognise the deportation and killing of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire as a "genocide" has revived a long-running debate in the European Union.
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Torch-lit march in Yerevan honours victims of mass killings by Ottoman Turks as Biden becomes first US president to recognise ArThousands of Armenians took part in a torch-lit march in the capital Yerevan on Friday night, the day before the annual commemoration of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.
Marchers in Armenia burn Turkish flag on anniversary of 1915 massacresArmenia remembers its victims in Ottoman Turkey over a hundred years ago as the US reportedly prepares to recognise the killings as genocide