On Monday, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offered "condolences” but no apology for the “grandchildren of Ottoman Armenians who lost their lives in harsh circumstances of World War I."

The same day, a Turkish Prosecutor moved to indict Fetullah Gulen over the 2007 assassination of the newspaper Agos, Hrant Dink. When Dink was assassinated in 2007, tens of thousands of Turkish citizens marched chanting “We are all Hrant Dink.”

The Turkish President did not come close to an acknowled...


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