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23 Nisan 2017

23 Nisan 2017

1- Armedia.am’ de yer alan habere göre, 24 Nisan 2011 yılında Türk Ordusundaki askerlik

görevi sırasında öldürülen Sevag Balıkçı’nın ailesine 11.000 dolar tazminat verilecek.

Yetkililer olayın kaza olduğunu ifade etmelerine rağmen, Sevag’ ın ailesi oğullarının Ermeni

olduğu için ve etnik nedenle öldürüldüğünü iddia ediyorlar…

http://armedia.am/eng/news/47386/11000-$- will-be- given-to- the-family- of-the- killed-

armenian-soldier- of-the turkisharmy.html

2-. Armenianweekly.com’ yazının başlığı : “ Sonsuz bir Yürüyüş : « Ermeni soykırımı

hikayeleri ve Tanıma için Araştırma.” Özet: Yazar, ‘ Çölde Vaha’ başlığı ile büyükannesi

Rose Akgulian’ ın soykırımdan kurtulan annesi Nazely’ nin başından geçen olaylardan

bahsediyor. Yazının başinda, 1915 yılında 250 Ermeni’ nin tutuklandığı , hapsedildiği, sürgün

edildiği ve sonunda öldürüldüğü olay sırasında Türkiye’ de bulunmayan, yazı sahibinin büyük

büyük babalarının ABD’de çalışıp Türkiye’deki ailelerine para gönderdikleri

belirtiliyor….Yazının devamında, bu olaylarda 1.5 milyon Ermeni’ nin, 400.000 Süryani ve

Pontus Rumu’ nun da öldürüldüğü iddia ediliyor…..(Büyük dedelerinden bahisle) Onlar

ailelerine ve dostlarına tecavüz edilirken, katledilirlerken, yakılıp canlı canlı gömülürlerken

orada değillerdi…..” (Not : vb… bilinen Ermeni yalanlarını uzun yazısında tekrar

ediyor…o.t.) http://armenianweekly.com/2017/04/21/an-endless- march/

3- Armenianweekly.com’ da yer alan habere göre, Rhode Island Meclisi’ nde 13 Nisan’ da

tarihi bir olay cereyan ederek MV Katherine Kazarian’ ın MV J. Aaron Regunberg ile işbirliği

yaparak verdiği Ermeni soykırımı ve Holokost’ un birlikte tanınması müşterek önerisi kabul

edildi…. (Not : Bu gelişmeler ışığında, Ermeniler, Yahudiler, Süryaniler ve Rumlar birlik

olup üzerimize yürüyecekler…, o.t.)

http://armenianweekly.com/2017/04/17/armenian-genocide- %e2%80%8band-holocaust-

%e2%80%8b%e2%80%8brecognized-at- r-i- state-house/

A.Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issues statement on Armenian Genocide anniversary

Justin Trudeau Pays Tribute to Armenian Genocide Victims

http://www.armradio.am/en/2017/04/22/canadian-pm- justin-trudeau- issues-statement- on-

armenian-genocide- anniversary/

B. Armenian flag to be raised at Fresno City Hall

http://www.armradio.am/en/2017/04/22/armenian-flag- to-be- raised-at- fresno-city- hall/

C. Sen. Markey urges Trump call killings of Armenians genocide

http://www.armradio.am/en/2017/04/22/sen-markey- urges-trump- call-killings- of-armenians-

genocide/

D. Soghomon Tehlirian Square inaugurated in Marseill

http://armedia.am/eng/news/47406/soghomon-tehlirian- square-inaugurated- in-marseill.html

E. Lopez Joins KeepthePromise Campaign

http://armedia.am/eng/news/47409/lopez-joins- keepthepromise-campaign.html

F. Wyoming Becomes the 45th US State to Recognize the Armenian Genocide

http://armedia.am/eng/news/47411/wyoming-becomes- the-45th- us-state- to-recognize- the-

armenian-genocide.html

10-year-old Turkish girl Talya Özdemir becomes youngest person ever to address the UN

10-year-old Turkish girl Talya Özdemir becomes youngest person ever to address the UN

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Talya Özdemir, a 10-year-old Turkish girl became the youngest person to address the United Nations General Assembly on the momentous occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

Speaking at the panel titled ‘Gender, Science and Sustainable Development: The Impact of Media,’ Özdemir received a standing ovation for her speech “Girls for Girls in Science”.

“I came to share my thoughts with you on this very important day, which encourages girls like me to choose to become scientists, honors women in science and contributes to the development of the world,” she said in her opening remarks.

Özdemir stated that although the UN has many internationally important days on a range of issues from science and gender equality to social justice, she and her friends have little knowledge of these days and emphasized that it was the responsibility of governments and the UN to raise awareness about these issues.

She called on the UN and local authorities to visit schools to talk about environmental issues, science, poverty, equality, climate change and renewable energy.

Stating that it was not possible for the UN to reach its Sustainable Development Goals without scientific developments, Özdemir said that women’s and girls’ contribution was crucial in that sense.

Little Talya also touched upon the issue of refugee women and girls, saying that among them there were many scientists and urged everyone to help them pursue their careers.

Speaking to reporters after the panel, Özdemir said that she was proud of representing her country, Turkey, and all girls in her country at the UN General Assembly.

She said that there were many women working as doctors, engineers and teachers in Turkey but that women’s achievements in Turkey or other countries were never really heard of and were not talked about. She said that the media should cover more news about women in science and schools should give lessons about successful female scientists.

Özdemir also asked Peter Thomson, President of the UN General Assembly to be the first person to sign the new campaign she launched “Girls4GirlsinScience” to promote the efforts of girls in science working on sustainable development through education.