Belgian politician of Turkish origin Mahinur Özdemir is officially dismissed from her party, because she refused to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Assyrian International News Agency (AINA) released a list of churches in Syria which were destroyed by ISIS and other radical Islamist groups. In the list, there are 3 Armenian churches.
Saudi Arabia declared that an ‘anti-terror coalition’ is formed. Turkey is one of the 33 Islamic countries in the coalition.
Far-right National Front (FN) lost on the second round of the regional elections after being the leading party on the first one. Republicans triumphed with the support of the left-wing voters.
Being under arrest for a year and a half, Azerbaijani human rights defender Leyla Yunus is placed on supervised release.
French Parliament sent the bill that considers the denial of genocide as an offense to the committee for re-discussion.
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.
After ISIS’ terrorist attacks that shattered Paris and the whole world, the experiences and their affects have been discussed in a detailed way. Having worked as Turkey correspondent of Le Monde between 2004 and 2014, Guillaume Perrier reported the current situation in Paris for Agos.
According to the research that is carried by Zogby Analytics, only the 35% of the Americans knows about the Armenian Genocide.
Today in Paris, where one of the bloodiest attacks in Europe happened, public places are opened and the operations against ISIS suspects continue.