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Turkey's energy minister calls on environmentalists to march against outdated nuke plant in Armenia

Energy Minister Taner Y?ld?z has called on environmentalists in Turkey to march together against a nuclear power plant in Armenia near the Turkish border, the life of which has been extended by 10 years although its original closing date was set for next year. 

Erdo?an declines Putin's invitation to Moscow ceremony in fresh diplomatic snub

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has declined an invitation from counterpart Vladimir Putin to attend the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of Moscow?s victory in World War II, in an apparent diplomatic reprisal against Russian leader?s decision to label the 1915 killings of Ottoman Armenians as genocide last month.

Austria, Germany, France and Russia join the Vatican in plot against Turkey

By calling the Armenian massacre during World War I genocide, the Vatican has joined the plot against Turkey, Prime Minister Ahmet Davuto?lu claimed. Austria, Russia, Germany, the U.S. and many others have followed suit and joined the Vatican in the plot against Turkey.

Hollande raises Azerbaijan's rights record in Baku talks

French President Hollande raises rights abuses with Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev at talks focused on its dispute with Armenia over Nagorny Karabakh French President Francois Hollande on April 25 raised rights abuses with Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev at talks focused on its dispute with Armenia over Nagorny Karabakh.

NIKOLIC NEXT TO PUTIN President attends commemorations in Yerevan

NIKOLIC NEXT TO PUTIN President attends commemorations in Yerevan

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was in Yerevan on Friday, attending commemorations on the 100th anniversary of the massacre of Armenians.

He addressed the gathering to say that Serbia, having itself suffered in wars, has a deep understanding of the suffering of Armenians.

 

Nikolic: Serbian people understands tragedy of Armenians

YEREVAN/BELGRADE - The Serbian people understands the tragedy of the Armenian people, as it experienced something similar itself, Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic said in Yerevan on Friday at a commemoration honoring the victims of the crime that claimed lives of around 1.5 million people in the Ottoman Empire 100 years ago.

President attends commemorations in Yerevan

President attends commemorations in Yerevan

YEREVAN -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was in Yerevan on Friday, attending commemorations on the 100th anniversary of the massacre of Armenians.

He addressed the gathering to say that Serbia, having itself suffered in wars, has a deep understanding of the suffering of Armenians.

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