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  • Armenian church declares genocide victims saints in somber ceremony

    Armenian church declares genocide victims saints in somber ceremony
    In a somber pageant of color and ritual, Armenia’s national church Thursday honored the victims of the Ottoman Empire’s deportations and massacres of a century ago by canonizing them en masse as martyrs. In Istanbul, meanwhile, Turkish...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Deaths of Western hostages a reminder of risk of 'deadly mistakes' in wartime Two years ago, President Barack Obama stood before a military audience and spoke of the "heartbreaking tragedy" of accidental civilian deaths caused by U.S. military strikes in...
  • Chechen leader to men: Fire on unauthorized federal troops

    In defiance of those in Moscow eager to curb his powers, Chechnya's strongman leader told his security forces to open fire on Russian federal troops if they tried to operate in the region without his approval. Russian law enforcement agencies have been...
  • Separate ceremonies in Armenia, Turkey underscore years of enmity

    ISTANBUL In a somber pageant of color and ritual, Armenia's national church Thursday honored the victims of the Ottoman Empire's deportations and massacres of a century ago by canonizing them en masse as martyrs. In Istanbul, meanwhile, Turkish President...
  • Armenians still haunted by Turkish massacres 1 century later

    Life had barely begun for Khosrov Frangyan when he knew the fear of being an Armenian in the Ottoman Empire. A century later, the memories still torment him. "Somebody told us that Turks will come and start killing us," said the 105-year-old,...
  • Century later, Armenians haunted by Turkish massacres

    Century later, Armenians haunted by Turkish massacres
    Life had barely begun for Khosrov Frangyan when he knew the fear of being an Armenian in the Ottoman Empire. A century later, the memories still torment him. "Somebody told us that Turks will come and start killing us," said the 105-year-old,...
  • EU official starts her job picking fights with Google and Putin

    BRUSSELS �� Few people tilt at giants such as Google and Gazprom. Then there's Margrethe Vestager. She's taking a swing at both of those behemoths at the same time. Vestager is hardly a household name outside the bureaucratic confines of...
  • Russia says Ukraine must be 'neutral' as it accuses U.S., NATO

    MOSCOW Russia said it wants a "neutral" and unified Ukraine as it accused the North Atlantic Treaty Organization of seeking to turn its neighbor into a hostile state. The U.S. wields enormous influence over Ukraine, while Russia wants the people of its...
  • After workers asked Putin for help, corruption uncovered

    Russian investigators opened a new corruption case Wednesday against subcontractors building a space center where workers have gone unpaid for months and have appealed directly to President Vladimir Putin for help. The Vostochny Cosmodrome, under...
  • France OK to refund Russia if warship not delivered

    French President Francois Hollande has acknowledged for the first time that France will have to give Russia a refund if it doesn't receive the Mistral-class warship whose delivery has been suspended last year because of the conflict in Ukraine. "If you...
  • Building a new Armenia is goal of many who grew up in America

    YEREVAN, Armenia Derelict factories dot the landscape in Armenia, remnants of a failed privatization process after the Soviet Union's collapse gave birth to an independent nation. Outside the capital, towns are run-down, villages depopulated and the...