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The anniversary of the 1915 massacres is highlighting the dysfunctional relationship between the modern states of Turkey and Armenia. And nowhere is this more apparent than along the 325-kilometer long militarized border between the two countries, which has remained firmly sealed since the early 1990s. Jacob Resneck traveled along it, beginning his journey on the Turkish side.