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Erdogan to Mobilize Historians

  • Published in Turkey

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan intends to discuss the 1915 events with historians and public figures of the country, the Turkish TV channel Haber7 reported Apr.18.


'Our Door Is Still Open To Armenia,' Says Erdogan

  • Published in Turkey

Turkey is ready to cooperate with Armenia should it take "positive" steps with regards to so-called "genocide" allegations as well as to a dispute with Azerbaijan over the region of Karabakh, Turkey's president has said Saturday.      


Seized Documents Reveal DHKP-C Members' Plans to Attack Turkish MPs

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Documents seized during the arrest of two members of Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) revealed that the terrorist group had been planning to carry out an attack on some Turkish deputies, members of Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD), police departments, military units and the buildings of the National Intelligence Agency (MİT).


TRT to Launch English Test Broadcast Soon

  • Published in Turkey

Director General Senol Goka: ‘English-language channel will start closed circuit test broadcast soon’

Turkey’s state-owned television channel TRT will start its closed circuit test broadcast of its English news service TRT World soon, it was announced Thursday.

In an interview with The Anadolu Agency, TRT’s Director-General Senol Goka gave his insights about the upcoming channel and revealed that the technical infrastructure for TRT World had been completed way back on January 15.

“We saw that technically we are ready. The next phase is about the content. A team of professionals is intensely working on that. The English-language channel will start its closed circuit test broadcast soon. After intense work on content and closed circuit test broadcast, the next phase will be open test broadcast. Our broadcast plan, which was prepared diligently, will be realized according to this road map,” Goka said.

He said that establishments such as TRT and The Anadolu Agency were becoming “soft powers,” and were becoming more influential globally day-by-day.

Deputy Director-General Ibrahim Eren said: “It will be a news station centered in Istanbul, but it will inform the world about the globe. There will be reporters from Asia, Americas and Europe. Reporters either settled (in those locations) or sent from the center will present continuous, strong, new, different, original and reliable news and human (interest) stories to the viewers.

“We examined the structures of other international news channels, but we haven’t copied any of these as a model. We have set a goal of being original for TRT World and our teams worked on this principle. Our studios in Kuala Lumpur, Washington and London are being set up right now. With professional reporters and technical teams that join us from tens of different countries, TRT World will have a structure that will be taken as a reference from all over the world.”

Currently, TRT has 15 television channels, including in Arabic, Kurdish and TRT Avaz, which mainly broadcasts to Turkic republics in former Soviet territory.


Advisor To Turkish PM - Armenian By Nationality Dismissed

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Advisor to Turkish Prime Minister Etienne Mahcupyan, an Armenian by nationality, was dismissed from his post, Hurriyet newspaper reported April 16.

Mahcupyan was relieved of his duties because he called the events of 1915 as the so-called genocide against the Armenians, the newspaper reported.

Mahcupyan, a journalist was appointed the main advisor to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on October 25, 2014.

Earlier, Mahcupyan issued a statement that some members of the ruling Justice and Development Party of Turkey (AKP) are involved in corruption.

Armenia and the Armenian lobby claim that Turkey's predecessor, the Ottoman Empire allegedly carried out ”genocide” against the Armenians living in Anatolia in 1915. Turkey in turn has always denied "the genocide" took place. While strengthening the efforts to promote the "genocide" in the world, Armenians have achieved its recognition by the parliaments of some countries.

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