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Turkey Miffed Australia Recognizes Armenian Genocide

Turkey speaks of "forgery of history" and characterizes the testimonies of Australians who fought at Gallipoli as" lies." Australians reacted strongly to these allegations. The parliament of New South Wales is in a head-on collision with the Turkish government after...

MP Nile Responds to Turkey About Genocide

New South Wales MP, Reverend Fred Nile, chose a mild tone to present his arguments in response to a recent attack by the Consul General of Turkey in Australia. Rev. Nile was the recipient of an acute attack on the...

Aussie Parliament Notes Pontian Genocide

Joining the Senate of Australia's biggest state, New South Wales, the Parliament has recognized the Genocide of Pontian Greeks, Assyrians and Armenians. The motion was passed unanimously by the NSW Parliament, after a proposal of the Premier of New South...

EU Wants To Abolish Cross From Greek Flag?

On March 25, on the occasion of the Greek Independence Day Parade, the  "new" Greek flags which fluttered in the wind in many Greek cities, appeared with only blue and white stripes, without the cross symbol of Christianity. In the...

Jailed Junta Leader Gets Hero's Funeral

Nikolaos Dertilis, the last junta leader, who died in prison without showing any remorse for his actions, including the execution of a 20-year-old man during a student uprising against the ruling military leaders in 1973, was buried in Athens...

The Balkan Wars – 100 Years Later

This year is the 100th anniversary of the Balkan Wars, which engulfed Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies and achieved rapid success during a...

A Memorial Dedicated to the Victims of Genocide in the Ottoman Empire will be Built in Berlin

An ecumenical memorial dedicated to more then 3, 5 million Christians martyred in the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 20th century will be built in Berlin. The pre anointment ceremony of the memorial will take place on...

Hellenistic, Ottoman-Era Shipwrecks Found Near Cyprus

Two shipwrecks off Cyprus - from ancient Greece and the Ottoman times - have been discovered, among others, after a two-week long exploration of the American E/V Nautilus in the deep ocean. Headed by the famous oceanographer and underwater archaeologist...

Genocide Memorial Monument Unveiled in South Australia

On Sunday, May 20, in the city of Adelaide in South Australia, a special ceremony was organized to commemorate the unveiling of a monument dedicated to the victims of the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek genocide committed by Turkey’s Ottoman...