Thursday 16 April
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16 April 2015
58 hours 58 minutes
After the European Parliament votes to label the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces as “genocide”, we reflect on the politics and rhetoric of genocide recognition in Turkey. Plus we discuss the EU’s antitrust case against Google and hear about homophobia in Egypt. We also leaf through the day’s papers and get the business news from Singapore.
16 April 2015
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