Political parties in Germany agreed on releasing a common declaration about the massacre of Armenians in 1915.
Germany Parliament (Bundestag) is discussing the Armenian Genocide motion.
Yves Ternon is one of the historians that comes to mind, while talking about “crimes against humanity” and “genocide”. Working especially on Rwanda, Jewish and Armenian genocides, Ternon worked as a physician for years and then devoted himself to historical research. We interviewed with Ternon about his journey from medical practice to historical research and his studies.
We talked to Michel Marian about the centennial of the Armenian Genocide and the developments that might take place in 2016, based on his book on Armenian Genocide which was published in France in 2015.
A case referred to French Constitutional Court was widely covered in Turkish media, after some Turks and Armenians became parties to the case. We talked to Philippe Kalfayan, international law scholar and former Secretary General of International Human Rights Federation.
Belgian politician of Turkish origin Mahinur Özdemir is officially dismissed from her party, because she refused to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
We talked to Özcan Alper about his movie “Memories of the Wind” and the issue of representing the disaster.
Union of Armenians in Russia declared that they support the bill on the denial of Armenian Genocide that is brought in the Russian parliament and made a call to Duma.
According to the research that is carried by Zogby Analytics, only the 35% of the Americans knows about the Armenian Genocide.
The Senate of the Republic of Paraguay approved a resolution that officially recognizes the Armenian Genocide.