Armenia, a Caucasus country, has a fraught relationship with its western neighbor, Turkey. On April 24, Armenians around the world mark the anniversary of what they call genocide by Ottomans in 1915.
1.5 million Armenians were massacred in the Ottoman empire during World War One. Turkey, the Ottoman Empire's successor, is strongly opposed to qualifying the deaths as genocide, saying that hundreds of thousands of both Turks and Christian Armenians lost their lives in the struggle between the Ottoman forces and the Russian Empire over eastern Anatolia during that time.
Two children who have lived in the Netherlands for nine years but face deportation have gone into hiding. That's because their mother was forcefully deported to Armenia this week despite domestic and international protests. The case has highlighted a wider debate on how far typical Dutch tolerance goes amid an ongoing influx of migrants fleeing war and poverty. Stefan Bos reports from The Hague.
Doubt's over next month's planned visit by a delegation of German parliamentarians to the 250 German soldiers stationed at Incirlik air base in Turkey has highlighted the state of relations between Ankara and Berlin.