EUROPE & AMERICAS
Lobbying organizations for Armenians slammed U.S. President Barack Obama over his statement commemorating the centennial anniversary of 1915 events.
The battle was crucial for raising national consciousness for the young nations of Australia and New Zealand, as they witnessed the passion of Turks for their land and freedom.
US President Barack Obama called the 1915 events Meds Yeghern or 'great calamity' and refrained from labeling the events of 1915 a "genocide".
Celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of the April 25 ANZAC landing in Çanakkale began in capital Canberra.
Ban Ki-moon calls incoming Israeli government for renewing commitment to two-state solution with Palestinians.
US President Barack Obama has announced that he will not use the word genocide to describe the 1915 incidents.
Pope Francis’ comments on the so-called Armenian “genocide” have been condemned by the Mothers of Srebrenica.
Following the first round of elections on Sunday, important developments keep dominating the political scene in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC),
The United Nations confirmed that 800 people died in the sinking boat in the waters between Libya and Italy.
The leaders of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party refused to show up at court on Monday at the start of a landmark trial in which the elected politicians are accused of forming a criminal gang.