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Turkey Denies Sending Troops to Confront ISIL in Syria
Turkey's Assyrian Demand Government Support for Schools
Iraqi Ambassador Predicts Prolonged Delay in Forming New Government
Torchlight Procession Marking the 99th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
Turkish PM Does Not Acknowledge Armenian Genocide, But Sends Condolences to Families
Conference on Genocide Opens At Armenian Genocide Museum
Militants Returning From Syria Pose Threat to Europe: Dutch Minister
Kurds and the Armenian Genocide
Kurdish Government Releases Energy Revenue Data
Maliki's Plan to Manipulate Iraq's Election
Turkish Government Issues Message Denying Assyrian, Armenian, Greek Genocide
Dutch Suicide Attacks in Syria
U.N. Agencies: Syria Aid Needs 'Largely Unanswered'
Syria Hands Over 86 Percent of Chemical Weapons
Security Forces UN to Distribute Most Food in Government-held Areas in Syria
Baghdad Claims Preliminary Accord in Oil Talks, Kurds Say No
Syria Opposition Chief to Discuss Military Aid in Saudi Arabia
Islam's Religious War With Everyone
Syrian Jihadis 'Take Aim' At Christian Toddler
Turkey Still Haunted By Genocide a Hundred Years Later
A Plea To Free Kidnapped Syrian Bishops
Blood Flows in Iraq As General Election Looms Next Week
Iraq Opens 8,000 Polling Stations
For Extremists In Syria, Extortion Brings Piles Of Cash From Iraq
Homes of Christians Fleeing Iraq Seized By Gangs
Easter in U.S. Extra Meaningul for Christians Who Fled Syria
Australian Government Announces $20 Million Assistance for Syrian Refugees
Kurdish PM Barzani Warns Patience With Baghdad Fading
Iraqi Female MPs Could Bring About Change
Egyptian Copts Test Pilgrim Ban to Jerusalem
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Turkey Denies Sending Troops to Confront ISIL in Syria

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an stated on Wednesday that Turkey has sent aid to the Tomb of Süleyman ?ah in Syria, the burial place of the grandfather of Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire, but has not sent troops to confront the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant...

Turkey's Assyrian Demand Government Support for Schools

By Sevil Erkus

The head of the Turkey Syriac Associations Federation, Evgil Turker, has told Hurriyet Daily News that efforts are being taken to open a Syriac elementary school, the first ever in the history of the republic.

Iraqi Ambassador Predicts Prolonged Delay in Forming New Government

By Barbara Slavin

Iraqi Ambassador Lukman Faily said April 23 that parliamentary elections scheduled next week are unlikely to produce a majority for any one party and that the United States retains considerable influence in Iraq despite the withdrawal two years ago of all American combat troops.

Conference on Genocide Opens At Armenian Genocide Museum

The international conference "The Caucasus Frontline of the First World War: Genocide, Refugees and Humanitarian Aid" started at 21 April at Armenian Genocide Museum. Leading specialists from Armenia, Russia, Italy, Canada, France, Poland and the United States will take part in the conference.

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