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Despite its fury with the United States for calling the Ottoman massacre of Armenians a genocide, Turkey is for now avoiding a showdown that could hurt its fragile economy and scupper hopes of better ties with U.S.-allied Arab states.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan angrily condemned Joe Biden’s characterization of the killings a century ago, saying the U.S. president should “look in the mirror” and examine the fate of Native Americans wiped out by settlers who founded his country.

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