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Armenians protest in front of Turkish Embassy on centenary of Ottoman genocide

While tensions were heating up in Baltimore last weekend over the death of Freddie Gray, a noisy protest of a very different kind erupted in Washington. On Friday, about 500 Armenian-Americans gathered along Massachusetts Avenue to mark the 100th anniversary […]

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Armenians protest in front of Turkish Embassy on centenary of Ottoman genocide

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While tensions were heating up in Baltimore last weekend over the death of Freddie Gray, a noisy protest of a very different kind erupted in Washington. On Friday, about 500 Armenian-Americans gathered along Massachusetts Avenue to mark the 100th anniversary […]

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