Armenian community in Ireland urges the Government to recognise the 1915 genocide in which over 1.5 million Armenians were killed.
"May God preserve the memory of the Armenian people. Memories should not be watered down or forgotten; memory is a source of peace and of the future."
“We may be facing a period of renewed nationalism, as well as strident regionalism within some current states,” Bishop McKeown warns.
Historian uses archives to shed new light on the genocide which saw one and a half million Armenians 'eradicated' by the Ottoman Empire.
Churches have been restored and reopened to the public, but no new church has been built until now.