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Ahead of crucial EU report MRG warns of dramatic rise in intolerance against minorities in Turkey - 5 November 2007

City of Edinburgh Council Recognises the Armenian Genocide - November 17, 2005

European Parliament Resolution: Turkey's Recognition of Armenian Genocide is Prerequisite to its Accession to the European Union - September 2005

A Letter to EU Foreign Ministers Regarding the formal opening of accession talks in Wales with Turkey - by Harry Hagopian, CRAG - Executive Consultant - 1 September 2005

Transcript of House of Lords Debate on the Armenian Genocide -14 July 2005

Montreal Gazette Recognises the Armenian Genocide - Press release of the Congress of Canadian Armenians - 6 July 2005

London Mayor, Ken Livingstone on the Armenian Genocide - 28 January 2005 - We ask you to show your support

Dutch Parliament Recognises Armenian Genocide - 21 December 2004

Slovakian Parliament Recognises Armenian Genocide - 2 December 2004

Armenian Genocide and Cyprus Invasion Outlawed in Turkey - 30 September 2004

... The New Turkish Penal Code is introduced to criminalize recognition of the Armenian Genocide and Cyprus Invasion ... (readhere)

House of Commons - New Motion Submitted by Jeremy Corbyn, Islington North Labour MP - 30 April 2004 - We ask you to show your support

... EDM 1104 states: "That this House recognises that the extermination of over a million Armenians in 1915 was an act of genocide; calls upon Her Majesty's Government to recognise it as such and for the government of Turkey to do the same; and expresses its condolences to the descendants of those who were so brutally murdered at that time." ... (readhere) (take action)

Chuch of England talks about the Armenian Genocide - 13 June 2004

... On Sunday, 13th of June, 2004, at a special Sung Eucharist ceremony by the Archbishop of Canterbury in Canterbury Cathedral as part of the official functions held by the Church of England on the occasion of the official visit of His Holiness Catholicos Karekin II, a representative of the Church of England welcomed His Holiness, and repeated the position of the Church of England as recognising the Armenian holocaust as an act of Genocide. ... (readhere)

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