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Turkey Marks Four Years Since Failed Coup |​ 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide

As Turkey marks the fourth anniversary of the failed July 15 coup, members of the FETO terror network continue to be apprehended. So, where does the fight against the group stand today? Plus, In July 1995, Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims. As the world marks 25 years since that genocide, what lessons have been learned? Guests: Waqar Azmi Founder and Chairman of Remembering Srebrenica Hariz Halilovich Professor at RMIT Melbourne University Ozden Zeynep Oktav Professor at Istanbul Medeniyet University Enes Bayrakli Brussels Coordinator of the SETA Research Centre

5 facts showing  Gulen's involvement in Turkey's failed coup

5 facts showing Gulen's involvement in Turkey's failed coup

Turkey marks fourth anniversary of 2016 defeated coup

Turkey marks fourth anniversary of 2016 defeated coup

Srebrenica: Children being indoctrinated with genocide denial

Srebrenica: Children being indoctrinated with genocide denial

FETO Beyond Borders

FETO Beyond Borders

Kashmir: Between Resistance and Hopelessness

Kashmir: Between Resistance and Hopelessness

COVID SCIENCE: Is immunity possible?

COVID SCIENCE: Is immunity possible?

TIKTOK: Is it a threat to global security?

TIKTOK: Is it a threat to global security?

Election Showdown | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Election Showdown | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Football at the Movies | Geisha in Digital Age | Put on a Mask Exhibition

Football at the Movies | Geisha in Digital Age | Put on a Mask Exhibition

The Case for Reparations | Bigger Than Five

The Case for Reparations | Bigger Than Five

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