24 October 2000 Harming relations with Turkey, a NATO ally, is too high a price to pay for an admittance of the genocide of some 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire 85 years ago–at least that’s what the U.S. House of Representatives decided minutes before a resolution condemning the mass killings was to be […]

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