US Armenians welcome 'little step' after genocide recognition
New York (AFP) - President Joe Biden's recognition of the Armenian genocide was met Saturday by tempered satisfaction from the nation's US diaspora, with some saying the words need to result in more pressure against Turkey. "It's a middle step, because (Biden) didn't say Turkey," said Yvette Gevorkian, who was among some 400 people who marched in New York City to mark the memory of the World War I-era killings. "But it's a victory for all this time we've been working towards," added the 51-year-old who arrived in the United States from Iran at the age of nine. As many as 1.5 million Armenians ...