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Armenian Genocide Statistics

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Less than 10 percent reached their destinations. Of those who made it to the Syrian and Iraqi deserts, most eventually died. Estimates of the number of dead vary from 600,000 to 2 million. The United Nations Human Rights Sub-commission report of 1985 puts the figure at "at least one million." The Turkish government denies that the genocide took place.