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26.04.2014 – ATA-A Joins the Anzac Day Parade in Canberra

ATAA Press Release

April 26th 2014

ATA-A Joins the Anzac Day Parade in Canberra

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Australian Turkish Advocacy Alliance (ATA-A) represented the Australian Turkish Community at the Anzac Day Parade at the 99th anniversary of the Anzac Day Commemorations held at the Australian War Memorial Museum in Canberra. A group of nearly 70 Turks saluted the crowds watching the parade with Turkish Flags. It is the first time that the Turkish Community attended the parade with a large group of members.

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26 Apr
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26.04.2014 – ATA-A Kanberra’daki Anzak Günü Yürüyüşüne Katıldı

ATA-A Basın Bülteni

26 Nisan 2014

ATA-A Kanberra’daki Anzak Günü Yürüyüşüne Katıldı

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Australian Turkish Advocacy Alliance (ATA-A) Kanberrada Avustralya Savaş Anıtı önündeki Anzac Parade’te düzenlenen 99uncu 25 Nisan Ulusal Anzak Günü etkiliklerinde Avustralya Türk Toplumunu temsil etti. Yaklaşık 70 kişilik bir grupla Sydney’den Kanberra’ya giden vatandaşlarımız ellerinde Türk bayrakları ile törenleri izlemeye gelen Avustralyalıları selamladılar. Avustralyalı Türkler ilk kez Kanberra’daki Anzak Günü etkinliklerine bu denli bir kalabalıkla katılıyorlar.

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25 Apr
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Turkey’s 1915 statement wins praise from West but Armenia unimpressed

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While the West and Armenians in Turkey have welcomed a statement from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan regarding the events of 1915 on the eve of their 99th anniversary, in which he extended condolences from Turkey to Armenians for the first time in the history of the Turkish Republic, Armenia does not seem satisfied.

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07 Apr
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Syrian Armenians from Kessab continue to flee to Turkey

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A group of Syrian Armenians entered Turkey on Saturday from Syria’s northwestern town of Kessab, just across from Yayladağı in the southern Turkish province of Hatay, accompanied by Syrian rebel forces.
According to the private Doğan news agency, 18 Syrian Armenians were brought to the Yayladağı border gate by members of the Free Syrian Army (FSA). The Syrian Armenians were reportedly welcomed by Turkish officials, including the district governor, the chief of the Yayladağı Police Department and border officers.

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