Yerevan: Genocide Anniversary 24 Apr 2012
Turkish Flag Burning In Yerevan (24 April 2011)
Participants of a memorial march burn a Turkish flag before heading to the monument in Yerevan, Armenia, Saturday, April 23, 2011. Several thousands of Armenians took part in a memorial march (AP Photo/Tigran Mehrabyan, PanArmenian)
Flags And Portraits Of Turkish Leaders Burnt In Armenia, 24 April 2010
Torchlight Procession In Yerevan: Turkish Flag Burned, 24 April 2010
Dashnak Demonstration Beirut June 2005
Demonstration of Young Dashnaks Yerevan, Apr 23 2008
Demonstration of the Dashnak Party, Athens, April 24, 1996:
Demonstration of the young Dashnaks, Erevan, April 23, 2003:
Not: The young Dashnak burned several Turkish flags with David stars during this demonstration, and burned other in 2002. After the protestations of Israel ambassador, no other flag with David star was burned in Erevan, but the real Turkish flag is still burned every year.
Demonstration of the Dashnak party in Marseille, April 24, 2003:
Not: Following this destruction of a Turkish flag, there was a rixe between Dashnaks and Turks. After this incident, no Turkish flag were burned in Marseille.
Demonstration of the Dashnak party, Salonika, April 24, 2004:
Demonstration of the Dashnak Party, Athens, 23 April, 2005:
Demonstration of the Dashnak Party, Beiruth, April 24, 2006:
Demonstration of Armenian nationalists, Montréal, April 24, 2006:
Demonstration of the Dashnak party, Salonika, April 23, 2007:
Not: "Greek Police Clash With Armenian Demonstrators Outside Turkish Consulate
THESSALONIKI, Greece: Riot police clashed briefly with demonstrators outside the Turkish consulate in Thessaloniki Tuesday, during a protest over the mass killings of Armenians by Turks in the early 20th century.
Police said some 200 Greek Armenian protesters tried to break past a police cordon outside the consulate building. No injuries or arrests were reported.
Demonstrators chanted slogans and burnt a Turkish flag during the protest, held to commemorate the massacre of up to 1.5 million Armenians between 1915 and 1919 in what is now eastern Turkey."
International Herald Tribune, France, April 24, 2007.
“A prosecutor in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki has pressed charges against unidentified persons who burned a Turkish flag during a Greek-Armenian demonstration in front of Turkey's consulate in the city last month.”
Today’s Zaman, May 25, 2007.
Demonstration of the Dashnak Party, Erevan, April 24, 2007:
Demonstration of the Dashnak party, Erevan, April 24, 2008:
Armenians living in Greece burn a Turkish flag outside the Turkish Consulate in the northern town of Thessaloniki during a demonstration marking the 92nd anniversary of the Armenian genocide, 24 April 2007. Armenians 24 April marked the 92nd anniversary of the killing of hundreds of thousands of their compatriots under the Ottoman Empire, an event recognized as genocide by many countries but a flashpoint in relations between Turkey and the West. Amid heavy snowfall, thousands climbed to a hilltop memorial for the victims in the Armenian capital Yerevan