Crime

The Greek Genocide and the recognition of the mass crime – Neos Kosmos

With the advent of the disintegration phase of the Ottoman state in the late 19th century, with the Neo-Turkish movement in 1908 and the coalition of the nationalist movement of Mustafa Kemal, one of the greatest mass crimes known to humanity took place: the Genocide against the Greeks. The extermination of the non-Muslim populations of …

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Over a dead body Turkey’s president woos the Saudi crown prince | The Economist

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government badly needs money THE FIRST requirement was to sweep a murder case under the carpet. On April 7th a court in Istanbul suspended the trial of 26 Saudis accused of killing Jamal Khashoggi, a dissident Saudi journalist, in Turkey in 2018, and transferred the file back to Saudi Arabia. Prince Muhammad …

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Khashoggi goes unmentioned as Erdoğan seeks to boost Saudi trade ties | The Guardian

With awkward embraces and fixed grins, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Mohammed bin Salman struck a pose of reconciliation. For the past three years, the presence of the Turkish leader and the Saudi crown prince in the same room would have been unthinkable, but in a drawing room of a Jeddah palace on Friday, both tried …

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Erdogan Wants to Bond With Saudi He Scorned – Bloomberg

A street kiosk in front of a mural of Turkish President Recep Erdogan in Bursa, Turkey, on Jan. 4. – Photographer: Moe Zoyari/Bloomberg By When Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by his own country’s agents in Istanbul three years ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared to revel in the bad publicity it created …

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Turkey Transfers Khashoggi Murder Trial to Saudi Arabia – The New York Times

The move will almost certainly end the last case aimed at serving justice for a heinous crime that drew global outrage. A symbolic funeral held in Istanbul in 2018 for Jamal Khashoggi, the dissident journalist killed in the the city’s Saudi Consulate.Credit…Bulent Kilic/Agence France- ISTANBUL — A court in Turkey ordered the transfer of the …

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Someone Offered ‘Harvard’ Jobs to Known Women in India. It Was a Scam. – The New York Times

The Harvard Job Offer No One at Harvard Ever Heard Of An online scam targeted prominent women in India, telling them the Ivy League was calling. NEW DELHI — Nidhi Razdan was all set to travel to Harvard University to start a new job, and a new life, when she received a stunning email. A …

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