Turkey shares pain of Khojaly massacre

Turkey commemorated the 21st anniversary of the Khojaly Massacre, in which hundreds of ethnic Azerbaijani civilians were killed, as party leaders and senior officials paid tribute to the victims. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan honored the victims of the massacre, recalling the 613 Azeri civilians killed 21 years ago. “I am commemorating the loss of […]

Massacre in Khojaly remembered in protests

The Khojaly massacre was marked across the world on Feb. 25 as Azerbaijan continues its efforts for the massacre to achieve international recognition. Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu urged member countries Feb. 24 to join efforts for the recognition of the Khojaly genocide on a global scale, Anatolia news […]

Turkey eyes Karabakh step from Armenia to open ways

Turkey offers for Armenia to take part in its regional transportation project linking Europe to Asia, if there are concrete developments in solving the thorny issue of Nagorno-Karabakh with Baku. Turkey has proposed that Armenia take part in its comprehensive regional transportation project linking Europe to Asia, if there are concrete developments in solving Nagorno-Karabakh […]

Turkish Airlines starts free distribution of Armenian weekly

Turkish Airlines (THY) has officially started distributing the bilingual Turkish-Armenian weekly Agos, several weeks after the announcement was first made, Doğan news agency reported. Passengers set to board international flights will be able to receive the publication for free after providing officials with their boarding tickets.

Blue Book on Armenian issue re-sent to Turkish deputies

A group of intellectuals have re-sent copies of Lord James Bryce and Arnold Toynbee’s “Blue Book,” which relates the Ottoman-era Armenian unrest in Turkey in 1915, to the Turkish Parliament’s 550 lawmakers following a failed attempt to do so four years ago. The group, which is sending the book to the deputies via the state-controlled […]