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Turkish hackers threaten to crack all Armenian websites

Turkish hackers threaten to crack all Armenian websites

December 20, 2008 - 15:58 AMT  06:37 GMT
Hackers have cracked the website where the apology petition was posted.
Armenian, Kazakh Presidents appreciate political dialogue between the two countries

Armenian, Kazakh Presidents appreciate political dialogue between the two countries

December 20, 2008 - 15:36 AMT  06:37 GMT
Serzh Sargsyan is in Kazakhstan to attend CSTO leaders' informal summit.
Georgia won't allow compact settlement of Meskhetian Turks in Samtskhe-Javakhk-Tsalka

Georgia won't allow compact settlement of Meskhetian Turks in Samtskhe-Javakhk-Tsalka

December 20, 2008 - 14:41 AMT  06:37 GMT
Ramaz Sakvarelidze: Georgia takes into consideration its neighbors' concerns and acts in accord with its territorial interests.
NKR President, RA FM discuss Karabakh conflict

NKR President, RA FM discuss Karabakh conflict

December 20, 2008 - 14:18 AMT  06:37 GMT
The two discussed cooperation between the Foreign Ministries of the two Armenian states.
Internet and phone communications between Europe, the Middle East and Asia disrupted

Internet and phone communications between Europe, the Middle East and Asia disrupted

December 20, 2008 - 14:09 AMT  06:37 GMT
The causes of the cut, which is located in the Mediterranean between Sicily and Tunisia, on sections linking Sicily to Egypt, remain unclear
Araz Alizade: Turkey can easily neglect Azerbaijan's interests

Araz Alizade: Turkey can easily neglect Azerbaijan's interests

December 20, 2008 - 13:38 AMT  06:37 GMT
One should not hope that Turkey will press for return of Nagorno Karabakh to Azerbaijan, said chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Azerbaijan.
Secular Turks facing discrimination

Secular Turks facing discrimination

December 20, 2008 - 12:26 AMT  06:37 GMT
Based on interviews with almost 5,000 secular Turks, Alevites and Christians in 12 cities, the report concludes that religious conservatism is flourishing, breeding increasing intolerance of those outside the Sunni Muslim majority.

Turks are gathering signatures, while Armenians are silent

December 18, 2008 - 20:09 AMT  06:37 GMT
In the afternoon of December 18 the number of collected signatures under the petition "Armenians, we apologize" reached 13315. The fact itself was quite predictable and there are more than enough reasons for it. No matter how hard Official Ankara tries to assure that Turkey is a country of freedom of speech and expression, blocking of YouTube and other websites proves the contrary. The strange point is that the Turkish authorities waited 2 days after which Prime-Minister Erdogan finally voiced his «disapproval» of the initiative.
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