The student, identified as Altay, faced intimidation, threats of jail time, and attempts to associate him with extremism because he did not accept his teacher's assertions in history class on June 2.
Armenian groups at a protest in Beverly Hills, LA hanged a mannequin depicting an Azerbaijani after President Joe Biden’s decision to call the events of 1915 an Armenian “genocide”.
Turkey "entirely rejects" US President Joe Biden's recognition of the 1915 Armenian events as "genocide," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said adding that Washington's declaration is based solely on populism.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says US President Joe Biden's declaration is based solely on populism.
Statement comes day after US President Joe Biden and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agree to meet in June and despite warnings from Ankara that the move will damage ties between Nato allies.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan commemorates Ottoman Armenians who lost their lives in harsh conditions of World War I, in a letter to patriarch Sahak Mashalian.
Turkey summoned the US ambassador to Ankara after the passing of the resolution, which recognised the 1915 events as ‘genocide’, creating more cracks in relations between the two NATO allies.
Turkey's National Security Council reiterates that the country will continue determined fight against terror group Daesh.
Almost six decades since the term genocide was coined, the ambiguous wording in international law is allowing the issue to be politicised in the absence of objective academic research.
US President Obama's 1915 comment represents 'one-sided interpretation of history' and helps no one, says Turkey
European Union Parliament calls 1915 events 'genocide' against Armenians, drawing criticism from Ankara
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