Armenian archives supposedly open

Turkish Daily News The Armenian Revolutionary Federation’s Dashnak archives in Boston, United States, which Turkish Historical Society President Professor Yusuf Halaçoğlu had recently offered $20 million to open and catalogue, are already open, a newspaper revealed yesterday. The head of archives, Tatul Sonentz-Papazian, confirmed in an interview with a New-York based Armenian reporter that the […]

Turkey offers Armenian Diaspora $20 million to open its Archives

The President of the Turkish Historical Society Professor Yusuf Halacoglu offered a $20 million grant to the classification and opening of the Armenian archives in Boston, which remain sealed to scholars. Halacoglu said that the Armenian archives in Boston included very important documents regarding the events of 1915 and about the real number of ethnic […]

‘Genocide’ book dropped from reading list in Canada

 Today’s Zaman, Toronto A petition campaign launched by Turks living in Canada against a recent decision in Toronto to include in school curricula the study of an alleged genocide of Armenians in the final years of the Ottoman Empire has eventually yielded a result, with the book being pulled from the recommended reading list of […]

Turkey’s top business association releases Armenian bill report

Turkish Daily News  Turkey’s top business association has released a report on an Armenian bill regarding the incidents of 1915, calling it a one-sided view of events that promotes more hatred, it was reported Friday. The bill was adopted last year by the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives but was turned […]

Illegal Armenian Occupation and Ethnic Cleansing of Shusha

What good is served by adopting UN Security Council Resolutions and UN General Assembly Resolutions if they are not implemented?  On behalf of 400,000 Azerbaijani-Americans and over 30 million Azerbaijanis worldwide, we urge the United Nations to start taking serious steps to implement the UN Security Council resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 of 1993 […]