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Dutch Parliament Recognizes 1915 Armenian Massacre As Genocide
Iranian Christians Turn to Austria for Help After U.S. Denies Asylum
ISIS Continues Its Bloody War Against the Egyptian Christian Copts
Preserving Chaldean Culture in Saskatoon
Syrian Kurdish YPG Denies Government Entered Kurdish-held Aleppo District
U.S. Forces Shift Strategy in Middle East to Curb Influence of Iran and Russia
U.S. Denies Asylum to Dozens of Iranian Christians Fleeing Persecution
US Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Assist Assyrian Victims of ISIS in Iraq
Turkey's Violence-tinged Foreign Policy
The Institutionalized Persecution of Egypt's Christians
Turkey Warns Syria Against Supporting Kurdish Militas in Afrin
ISIS Claims Attack on Shiite Militia in Iraq; 27 Dead
Turkey Threatens to Invade Greece
Is the West Finally Pushing Saudi Arabia to Squelch Its Version of Radical Islam?
Archbishop of Erbil: Christians in Iraq Are 'scourged, Wounded, But Still There'
Turkey Warns Assad Against Supporting Kurdish Forces
Blast in Syria's Qamishli Kills Four
Syrian Army to Enter Afrin Under Deal With Kurdish Forces
Turkey Denies Use of Chemicals in Syria's Afrin
Syrian Army Foils Terrorist Infiltration From Lebanon
Islamic State Photos Claim to Show Continued Activity in Iraq
Kurdish Doctors Report Suspected Turkish Gas Attack in Syria
UN Concerned Over Mines in Mosul
Kurdish YPG Deny Any Syrian Soldiers Entering Afrin
Foreign Isis Fighters Must Be Seen to Face Justice
Chaldean Archbishop: 1400 Years of Muslim Persecution
Turkey's Systematic Persecution of Religious Minorities
Kurds Wanted Syrian Army to Enter Afrin, But Deal Failed
U.S. Military Mission In Syria Continues As ISIS Nears Defeat
Syria's Deputy FM Calls on Kurds, Arabs in Afrin to Unite Against Turkey
Iraq's Rebuilding Cannot Start Without Reconciliation
EU Tries to Breathe Life Back Into U.N. Syria Talks
Why a Kurdish National State Will Fail
Tillerson Says U.S. Never Gave 'Heavy Arms' to Syrian Kurdish YPG
Turkey's 'Peace Operations'
Students in Syria Risk Their Lives to Continue Their Education
'Russians Killed' in US Air Strikes in Syria
Syria's War Is Fueling Three More Conflicts
Is the Sun Setting on KDP-PUK Dominance in Iraqi Kurdistan?
Charity Gives Aid to Repair 2,000 Assyrian Homes in Iraq
Iraq's Sunnis Want Shiite Forces Out of Their Cities As Elections Near
NATO Chief Backs Bigger Alliance Training Mission in Iraq
Turkey Is Out of Control -- Time for the U.S. to Say So
$88b Sought to Rebuild Iraq After ISIS Siege
180 Civilians Killed in Turkish Military Operation in Syria's Afrin
Turkish Army Says 31 Soldiers Killed in Syria Operation
Russians Dead in Battle in Syria's East
New Wave of International Conflict Complicates Syria War
Mideast Tensions Get Even Worse
Turkey and the West: An Unreliable Alliance
The Other Battle in Iraq
German Defense Chief Visits Iraq's Kurdish Region, Eyes New Strategy
Assad Quietly Aids Syrian Kurds Against Turkey
Help the Yazidis, Says ISIS Survivor
Turkish Republic is Continuation of Ottomans: Erdo─čan
Turkish Helicopter Shot Down By Kurdish Militia in Syria's Afrin
As Iraq Elections Loom, Abadi's Coalition is Disintegrating
As ISIS Shrinks, End Game for US in Syria Gets Murky
Turkey's Syria Entanglement
Iraq Official Fears Effects of Displacement on May Poll
Summaries

Dutch Parliament Recognizes 1915 Armenian Massacre As Genocide

By Stephanie van den Berg

THE HAGUE (Reuters) -- The Dutch parliament on Thursday passed a motion recognizing as genocide the massacre of as many as 1.5 million Armenians in 1915, although the government said it would not become official policy of the Netherlands.

Iranian Christians Turn to Austria for Help After U.S. Denies Asylum

By Susan Crabtree

A displaced group of Iranian Christians and other religious minorities persecuted in their homeland are pleading with the Austrian government and Catholic authorities in Vienna not to send them back to Iran after the United States rejected their applications for asylum earlier this week.

ISIS Continues Its Bloody War Against the Egyptian Christian Copts

By Elizabeth Yore

Three years ago, this month marks the third anniversary of the shocking and gruesome beheading of the 21 Egyptian Christian Copts by ISIS. It's appropriate that we stop, honor and pray for these brave Christians who refused to deny their unshakeable faith in Jesus Christ.


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