A forgotten genocide

Print edition : May 29, 2015

Armenians attend a march marking the centenary of the mass killing of their people by Ottoman Turks, in Yerevan, Armenia, on April 24. Photo: DAVID MDZINARISHVILI/REUTERS

Armenia's President Serge Sarkisian takes part in a wreath laying ceremony during a memorial service at the Tsitsernakaberd Genocide memorial complex in Yerevan on April 24. Photo: Tigran Mehrabyan/AP

Khosrov Frangyan, a 105-year-old survivor of the genocide, near Yerevan. Photo: KAREN MINASYAN/AFP

One hundred years after the mass killings of Armenians in Anatolia, Turkey takes the first steps towards reconciliation by acknowledging the tragedy but stops short of terming it a genocide.
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