Thaw in Armenian-Turkish relations

Deal normalising relations with Turkey causing concern among some Armenians.

    After more than a century of hostility, Armenia and Turkey are about to normalise relations with the signing of historic accords aimed at re-estabishing diplomatic ties and opening their common land border.

    But the prospect of an agreement is causing concern among some Armenians.

    Matthew Collin reports from the Armenian border town of Gyumri.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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