Anadolu News Agency Sunday, October 23, 2005 A symposium entitled "1915 Ottoman-Turk Armenian Tragedy of the War Period" will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, on October 24. Retired Turkish Ambassador Gunduz Aktan and Professor Norman Stone of Koc University in Istanbul will deliver speeches at the symposium organized by the Federation to Fight Against the Unfounded Armenian Allegations (ASEF) and the Britain Turkish Associations Confederation. Images of Turks massacred by Armenian guerillas in CDs and DVDs seized by the Scottish police on Saturday at noon at the Stanstead Airport will be shown, if the problem is solved, to the participants of the symposium, which will be held at the Edinburgh City Hall. The Edinburgh City Council had put a motion recognizing the alleged "Armenian Genocide" to vote on 2 June 2005 as a result of an 18-month propaganda activity of Armenian lobbies but the voting had been suspended due to counter initiatives. The Edinburgh City Council had approved the right of the Turkish community in Britain to organize a symposium on the events of 1915 from their own perspective thanks to negotiations carried out by the Britain Turkish Associations Confederation.