Coronavirus has killed over 300,000 people and infected more than 4.4 million as countries ease curbs. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 14:
Ankara slams US President Trump for remarks on deaths of Armenians during 1915, says Trump's statement ignores mentioning more than 500,000 Muslims killed at the time by Armenians.
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.
Death toll from coronavirus rises to 34, five more than a day earlier, officials say, as government prepares to boost spending to help fragile economy as cases rise to nearly 1,700.
On February 25, 1992, Armenian troops embarked on a massacre of more than 613 Azerbaijanis, including women and children, in the village of Khojaly.
The Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said over 1,600 people were injured and 45 people had been pulled from the rubble so far.
US President refuses to endorse bill, which angered Turkey, and exposed rifts between the White House and US lawmakers.
Speaking to the US ambassador, the Turkish deputy foreign minister voiced Turkey's strong criticism of the Senate resolution.
Turkey's National Security Council reiterates that the country will continue determined fight against terror group Daesh.
The Turkish president says that giving up the Russian missile defence system would be an interference in Turkey's sovereignty rights but is open to buying the US's Patriot missile defence system as well.
Turkish Parliament also rejected a US bill seeking sanctions on Turkey.
Turkish defence ministry condemns the House of Representatives for passing a resolution recognising the so-called "Armenian genocide" as well as a bill that seeks to impose sanctions on Turkey over its Operation Peace Spring in northern Syria
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