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Misremembering 20th Century Genocides

Ovi Symposium on its fifty-third Meeting with main theme: “Misremembering 20th Century Genocides” and participants, Ms Abigail George, Mr Nikos Laios, Drs. Paolozzi and Paparella.

Table of Contents for the 53rd Session of the Ovi Symposium (4 June 2015)

Preamble by the Symposium’s coordinator Emanuel L. Paparella

Section 1: “The Holocaust vis a vis the European Philosophical Tradition in Emmanuel Levinas’ Philosophy.” A presentation by Emanuel L. Paparella

Section 2: “The Forgotten Genocides of Asia Minor” A presentation by Nikos Laios

Section 3: “Genocide.” A presentation by Abigail George

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Turkey kills 150 Kurdish

Turkish air strikes in northern Iraq this week left more than 150 Kurdish rebels dead, the Turkish army says.

“According to initial estimates, this operation allowed us to neutralize more than 150 terrorists,” the army said in a statement on its website. A PKK spokesman said that only six rebels were killed and they were from a different faction.

Turkey has staged several cross-border raids into northern Iraq over the past few months in pursuit of the rebels. The strikes, which began on Thursday and ended on Friday, were carried out against PKK guerrillas based in the Qandil Mountains in northern Iraq, the Turkish army says.

All targeted posts in Qandil area were destroyed during the operation, according to the Turkish army’s statement. But a PKK spokesman, Ahmed Danees, told the Reuters news agency only six rebels died and they were from a faction fighting against Iran.

Turkey is building up more genocide! It was the Armenian now it is the Kurds!!! Who knows how many innocent have died from the Turkish bombs and shootings the last years from innocent Kurds who only ask for their freedom?

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