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Want peace? Know Jesus Christ says Archbishop Sviatoslav

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Israel commemorates Armenian massacre by Turks

Israel President Reuven Rivlin, as did President Obama, refrained from calling the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkey a 'genocide.'

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Armenian genocide centenary has echoes today

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Remembering the Armenian Genocide

Remembering the Armenian Genocide

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Does Obama know how to spell genocide?

Does Obama know how to spell genocide?

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Pius XII and that other holocaust

Pius XII and that other holocaust

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Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Eurovision comes during the observances of the centenary of the Muslim genocide of 1.5 million Christians in Turkey.

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Turkey: centenary of Gallipoli distracts genocide commemoration

Turkey: centenary of Gallipoli distracts genocide commemoration

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Gender-based abortion spreads in Great Britain

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Abortion leads to dearth of girls in Eastern Europe

Abortion leads to dearth of girls in Eastern Europe

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Catholic spokesman denies Vatican archives exonerate Turkey for Armenian genocide

Catholic spokesman denies Vatican archives exonerate Turkey for Armenian genocide

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Firebrand Dutch legislator calls Turkish leader 'Christian bullier'

Firebrand Dutch legislator calls Turkish leader 'Christian bullier'

Dutch MP Geert Wilders lives in fear because of Islamist threats against his life. He denounced Turkish President Abdullah Gul on the latter's visit to Amsterdam.

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Armenia Says Army Officer Killed By Azerbaijani Sniper

Armenia's Defense Ministry says that a military officer has been killed by a sniper on the border with Azerbaijan.

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Armenia To Boycott Eurovision In Baku Due To 'Enemy' Statement

Armenia has announced that it plans to boycott the 2012 Eurovision song contest that will be hosted by neighboring Azerbaijan in May.

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Armenia To Boycott Eurovision Song Contest In Rival Azerbaijan

Armenia has announced that it plans to boycott the 2012 Eurovision song contest that will be hosted by neighboring Azerbaijan in May.

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Justice for murdered Armenian journalist is Turkey's salvation

Justice for murdered Armenian journalist is Turkey's salvation

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Armenia To End Seasonal Clock Changes

Armenia has announced that the country will stop switching to daylight saving time from this year in a move that reduces the time difference with Western Europe and keeps Yerevan on the same time as Moscow.

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Genocide-denial bill in France denounced by Turkey

Genocide-denial bill in France denounced by Turkey

Awaiting French president Sarkozy's signature is a bill outlawing the denial of the historicity of the Turkish genocide of Armenians almost 100 years ago. Turkey is hopping mad about it.

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Harkening to the Word of God in the World's migrant people

Harkening to the Word of God in the World's migrant people

Declaration on the occasion of the 98th World Day of Migrants and Refugees.

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Saint of the Day: Martyr Polyeuctus of Melitene

Saint of the Day: Martyr Polyeuctus of Melitene

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Armenia Increases Taxes On Rich As 2012 Budget Passed

The Armenian parliament has approved a 2012 budget that is dependent on a roughly 13 percent rise in tax revenues.

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Armenia 'Still Ready' For Sniper Withdrawal In Karabakh

Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian says the armed forces of Armenia and the breakaway Azerbaijani region of Nagorno-Karabakh remain prepared to withdraw snipers from their frontline positions in order to bolster the cease-fire regime in the Karabakh conflict zone.

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Conference cites moral courage needed to prevent future genocides

The history and inter-connections of various genocides will be examined in a San Diego conference.

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