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Residents along the tightly sealed Turkish-Armenian border urge reconciliation

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The Armenian village of Anipemza on the Turkish-Armenian frontier. The border has been completely shut since 1993.
The Armenian village of Anipemza on the Turkish-Armenian frontier. The border has been completely shut since 1993. Filip Warwick/RFI
By: Jacob Resneck

In Armenia, a genocide that happened close to 100 years ago and wiped out a number of ethnic Armenians continues to affect life on the border. A century later the border between Turkey and Armenia remains closed – and people on both sides say they are the victims of a political impasse.

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