Turkish Ambassador: U.S. Bill 'Very Disappointing'
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Turkish Ambassador: U.S. Bill 'Very Disappointing'

Turkish Ambassador to the United States Nabi Sensoy confirmed on Thursday that he was heading back to Turkey this weekened to consult with the government on the passage of a bill at the House Foreign Relations Committe, which labeled the mass killings of Armenians in 1915 a genocide. Video by AP

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