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April 24 marks the 100th anniversary of what has been called the forgotten genocide and the Armenian massacres, when hundreds of thousands — perhaps millions — of Armenians were killed during World War I at the hands of the Ottoman Empire's ruling Committee of Union and Progress, popularly known as the Young Turks. Here's a breakdown of what happened.