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Libya’s Interim Government Recognizes The Armenian Genocide Once Again

By Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courier www.TheCaliforniaCourier.com Libya’s Interim Government recognized the Armenian Genocide on April 24, 2020, for the second year in a row. On April 19, 2019 the provisional government had issued a similar recognition. While this recognition may surprise many people because there is hardly a single Armenian living in Libya, there are, however, geopolitical reasons for […]

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Coronavirus Provided Opportunity To Pursue the Armenian Cause Online

By Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courier www.TheCaliforniaCourier.com The coronavirus pandemic disrupted the traditional plans of Armenians around the world to commemorate the 105th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide on April 24. However, very quickly Armenians discovered new ways to commemorate the Genocide by changing the street protests and large gatherings to online marches and internet […]

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Tulip- TULIP MANIA / Ayhan Ozer/

Ayhan [mailto:ayhan313@verizon.net] TULIP MANIA By: Ayhan Ozer This article was inspired by a musical play called “Tulip Mania” staged in Philadelphia by the Arden Theater Company. The show takes place in 17th century Netherlands when the country was in the grips of the Dutch Tulip Craze. The story is about an ill-fated tulip trader who […]

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Making China Pay for coronavirus Would Cost Americans Dearly +++

There are smart ways to face Beijing’s challenges, but a reckless and politicized response isn’t among them. By Doug Bandow | May 5, 2020, 2:59 PM A picture taken on March 30 shows a billboard bearing Chinese President Xi Jinping’s face looking down over a boulevard in Belgrade next to the words “Thank you brother […]

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Turkish students increasingly resisting religion, study suggests

Young people likely to challenge Islam and see themselves as less religious than previous generations Teenagers in Izmir, western Turkey. Photograph: Bradley Secker/The Guardian Bethan McKernan Turkey and Middle East correspondent Twenty-two-year old Esra, from Mersin, is even more bored than usual this Ramadan. Universities are shut and Turkey has taken the unusual step of […]

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Trump sparks fight over IRS relief payments

By Naomi Jagoda – 05/02/20 President Trump has sparked concerns about politicizing the IRS by putting his name on the coronavirus relief checks and letters sent to Americans informing them of their payments. The moves are seen as a way for Trump to take credit for the pandemic aid that households are receiving just months […]

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Here We Go Again: Russia Gears Up to Interfere in 2020 Election With Coronavirus Disinformation

A campaign linked to Russia aims to manipulate this year’s elections in the United States and Europe. Trump needs to let the intelligence professionals do their work. By Spencer P. Boyer | April 30, 2020, 3:22 PM Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks about data leaks and Russian disinformation during a U.S. Senate hearing in Washington, […]

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WHY is Turkey not a football powerhouse?

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Syrian Kurdish groups deny responsibility for bloody Afrin bombing

A truck explosion led to more than 50 deaths Tuesday in Turkish-controlled Afrin, Syria. Civil defense members work to extinguish a fire after a truck bombing in Afrin, Syria, on April 28, 2020.  Photo by Photo by White Helmets / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images. Apr 29, 2020 Syrian Kurdish groups have condemned Tuesday’s bombing […]

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Intel: In letter to Trump, Erdogan bemoans Turkey’s poor reputation on Capitol Hill

Apr 29, 2020 A personal letter from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was delivered today to his counterpart Donald Trump as part of Turkey’s COVID-19 relief package for the United States. “I hope that in the upcoming period, with the spirit of solidarity we have displayed during the pandemic, Congress and the US media will better understand […]