ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey summoned the Dutch charge d'affaires on Friday to complain about the Netherlands parliament recognizing the massacre of as many as 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 as genocide, the Turkish foreign ministry said.


20


Reuters

Latest News

Los Angeles Times: Stocks open higher; energy companies and oil prices surge

USA Today: Starbucks’ CEO thinks sales are down because people are too healthy

USA Today: Trump could make a state visit to UK after Brexit, recording says

USA Today: Starbucks’ CEO thinks sales are down because people are too healthy

USA Today: NHL draft 2018: Live updates, analysis of news, rumors from first round

Daily Mail: Video: Love Islanders reveal who they think they'll couple with

Daily Mail: Three supermarkets cut fuel prices again as wholesale...

Daily Mail: Ruth Langsford tells Eamonn Holmes why she didn't take his surname

Daily Mail: Congo Republic becomes OPEC oil cartel's newest member

Daily Mail: Neymar leaves defender for dead with silky rainbow flick

Daily Mail: Love Island stars are alerted to Sophie Gradon's death off-camera

Daily Mail: John Legend jokes that Chrissy Teigen has been peed on by son Miles

Daily Mail: Maryland office park killing suspect sentenced in Delaware

Daily Mail: Gabi Grecko, 29, packs on the PDA with Geoffrey Edelsten, 75

Daily Mail: Rod Stewart drives $200,000 white Ferrari in Beverly Hills

Reuters: UPDATE 1-U.S. Supreme Court backs Schlumberger on overseas patent damages

Reuters: US STOCKS-Energy, financials push Wall St higher; tech weighs

Reuters: UPDATE 2-BlackBerry flags slowing sales on subscription switch

Reuters: Trump threatens 20 percent tariff on European Union cars

Times of Israel: Tempers rise as far-Left IfNotNow members ‘engage’ Birthrighters at JFK

Ynet: After US, Israel also backs away from UN human rights body

WashingtonPost: Trump created the immigration crisis out of sheer ignorance and cruelty

WashingtonPost: How artists are remaking the message of Melania Trump's 'don't care' jacket

7 Related Articles, between 2018-02-22 and 2018-02-23