ALEPPO, Syria – Members of the Armenian communities in Aleppo gathered on Sunday in a rally marking the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian genocide.
During the rally, community leaders condemned recent Turkish military actions in the country that has led to an invasion and occupation of areas of northern Aleppo countryside.
They also burned Turkish products as a protest action.
In the midst of World War One and beyond, Ottoman authorities and continued with the newly established Turkish Republic killed millions of Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians.
Turkey adamantly deny that the events that occurred constitute as a genocide.