Turkey-Armenia relations to come up in Clinton’s upcoming trip to Yerevan

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon said Turkey-Armenia relations would come up during U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s upcoming trip to Yerevan. Gordon held a press briefing on Tuesday on Clinton’s upcoming trip to Central Europe and the Caucasus. In response to a question from a reporter, Gordon said he was sure Turkey-Armenia […]

Excavation to unearth Armenian massacre victims

Atatürk University is combining efforts with the Erzurum Museum Directorate to unearth the mass graves of Turks in Erzurum massacred by Armenian criminal groups during the March riots of 1918.  During the excavation Atatürk University and the Erzurum Museum Directorate will attempt to uncover the truth surrounding Armenian atrocities of World War I. The excavation […]

Education Minister attends Armenian schools’ graduation ceremony

Armenian students welcomed Education Minister Nimet Çubukçu at the collective graduation ceremony of 20 Armenian schools in Istanbul on Wednesday, reported the private news channel NTV. “Our ministry is in cooperation with school directorates. We will do our best to provide textbooks in [different] mother tongues for free and to fill vacant positions for teachers,” […]

New guidebook for Armenian tourists to Van

The recent increase in the number of visitors from Armenia and its diaspora to the eastern Turkish city of Van prompts the publishing of an Armenian-language tourism guide to the region, where the renovation and reopening as a museum of the Surp Haç church on Akdamar Island has drawn much attention. The reopening as a […]