Turkey’s fury over Germany’s Armenian genocide vote; flood of trouble in France (part 2)

Thursday's vote in the Bundestag, where lawmakers recognised the 1915 mass killings of Armenians as genocide, sparked outrage in Ankara. Germany is home to more than three million people of Turkish heritage. Aside from Turkey recalling its ambassador to Germany, the rhetoric's has been tough to say the least.


Produced by Yann PUSZTAÏ, Charlotte URIEN-TOMAKA, Laura BURLOUX

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