Azerbaijan threatens force over Nagorno-Karabakh
YEREVAN - The Iranian Embassy here has vigorously denied rumors of that country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei falling into a coma and dying this week, Fox News has quoted an Armenian news site as reporting.
BRUSSELS — The European Union told Turkey on Wednesday to speed up reforms to boost its chances of joining the bloc and made a special appeal to protect the freedom of expression of Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk.
BURSA, Turkey — Turkey defeated longtime foe Armenia on a soccer field Wednesday — an event that had little significance in the world of sports but meant a lot in the arena of international politics.
ANKARA, Turkey — One day after Turkey signed a deal the U.S. helped salvage to end a century of enmity with Armenia, Turkey’s leader set a tough condition for normalizing ties on Sunday: Armenia must withdraw from the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey’s prime minister says Armenia must withdraw from the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, a day after the two countries signed a deal to normalize ties.
LONDON — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton basked in the glow of praise from her Nobel laureate boss on Saturday after spearheading successful efforts to salvage historic accords between longtime bitter foes Turkey and Armenia.
ZURICH — Turkey and Armenia signed a landmark agreement Saturday to establish diplomatic relations and open their sealed border after a century of enmity, as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton helped the two sides clear a last-minute snag.
ZURICH — Turkey and Armenia have signed an accord to establish diplomatic relations after a century of enmity, as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton helped the two sides clear a last-minute snag.
ZURICH — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton plunged into dramatic last-minute diplomacy on Saturday to salvage a historic accord between Turkey and Armenia aimed at normalizing ties after a century of enmity.
ZURICH — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton engaged in last-minute diplomacy on Saturday aimed at salvaging an accord to establish diplomatic relations between Turkey and Armenia after a century of enmity.
ZURICH — The signing of an accord to restore diplomatic ties between Turkey and Armenia was delayed at the last minute Saturday due to concerns over the wording of the final statements the parties will make.
ZURICH — The signing of an accord to restore diplomatic ties between Turkey and Armenia was delayed at the last minute Saturday due to concerns over the wording of the final statement the parties will make.
ZURICH — The foreign ministers of the United States, Russia, France and the European Union gathered Saturday in Switzerland to watch Turkey and Armenia sign an accord establishing diplomatic ties in hopes of reopening their border and ending a century of acrimony over their bloody past.
ISTANBUL — Turkey and Armenia plan to sign an agreement Saturday establishing diplomatic ties in hopes of ending a century of acrimony over their bloody past and reopening their border, but nationalists on both sides are seeking to derail its implementation.
ISTANBUL — Enter the “Hall of Armenian Issue with Documents” at the military museum in Istanbul, and you get a very different picture of what many historians view as the first genocide of the 20th century.
PARIS — Violent protests broke out Friday at the start of Armenian President Serge Sarkisian’s tour of Armenian communities worldwide, with demonstrators in Paris shouting “traitor!” at him and decrying his plans to establish ties with Turkey.
PARIS — Armenian President Serge Sarkisian kicked off a tour of influential Armenian communities worldwide with talks in Paris on Friday, as he seeks support for his landmark bid to establish ties with Turkey after a century of enmity.
NEW YORK — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday pressed Armenia and Turkey to follow through on their commitment to normalize relations after decades of hostility.
ANKARA, Turkey — The Turkish premier says Turkey and Armenia will sign a deal to establish diplomatic ties on Oct. 10.
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey and Armenia are at the beginning of a “long process” toward normalizing relations, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Tuesday, suggesting the issue surrounding the massacres of Armenians 90 years ago remains tricky.
YEREVAN, Armenia — Armenia and Turkey, bitter foes for a century, took a step toward reconciliation Monday by announcing they would launch final talks aimed at establishing diplomatic ties. But they won’t discuss the deepest source of their enmity: the World War I-era massacres of Armenians under Ottoman rule.
Issues dividing neighbors Armenia and Turkey, which announced Monday they would establish diplomatic relations for the first time:
YEREVAN, Armenia — Armenia and Turkey agreed Monday to final talks aimed at establishing diplomatic relations and resolving a seemingly intractable rift that dates to the massacres of Armenians under Ottoman rule nearly 100 years ago.
LOS ANGELES — Officials say they have arrested a former Armenian consul and an immigration attorney following a two-year investigation into an alleged document scam.
LOS ANGELES — A former Armenian consul, a consular employee and an immigration attorney have been arrested following a two-year investigation into an alleged document scam aimed at helping immigrants avoid deportation, officials said Tuesday.
TEHRAN, Iran — Investigators have recovered the three black boxes belonging to a Russian-made jetliner that crashed in northwest Iran shortly after taking off from the capital, killing all 168 on board, authorities said Thursday.