AN INCONVENIENT GENOCIDE
Was there an Armenian genocide during the First World War? In 2015 Armenians worldwide commemorated the centenary of a mass murder in which over a million died. Yet Turkey denies it took place, claiming that the deaths of over half of the Armenian race were justified. Though 20 democratic nations have voted to recognize the genocide, Britain and the U.S. continue to equivocate. Photos.
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