Armenians mark 'genocide day'

Armenians around the world are marking 1915 mass killings.



    Armenians around the world are marking the mass killings and expulsion of more than one million of their people from Turkey in 1915.

    But Turks have long disputed that figure, and point out there were deaths on both sides as a result of the fighting.

    Anita McNaught talks to the people caught in the middle - Turkish Armenians - as they speak out about their hopes and fears.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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