Armenia’s Central Election Commission on Monday released the official results of Sunday’s Parliamentary Elections, which drew 60.8 percent of Armenia’s eligible voters to the polls
Voters across Armenia on Sunday went to the polls in the first elections for the legislature since a new constitution was adopted in 2015 that changed Armenia’s government to a parliamentary system.
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation concluded its campaign for Sunday’s parliamentary elections with a massive rally Thursday night at the Liberty Square
A capacity crowd of more than 350 community leaders and benefactors gathered at the Beverly Hills Hotel to celebrate the ACF’s achievements and to honor one of their own, Hacop Baghdassarian, and his wife Hilda.
The refusal by the Patriarchate’s Vicar General Archbishop Aram Ateshian to step down following Wednesday’s election of a Locum Tenens and his apparent collusion with the Istanbul Governor’s office have escalated tensions within the Patriarchate.
The Clerical Assembly of the Istanbul Patriarchate elected Archbishop Karekin Bekdjian, the Primate of the Diocese of Germany as the Locum Tenens—Patriarchal alternate
The US State Department has its own Baku-pandering couple in the form of James and Mary Warlick.
Asbarez Editor Ara Khachatourian on Tuesday interviewed Los Angeles City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell of the 13th District.
Imagine for a moment that an executive order, similar to the one that curbs the entry of foreigners into the United States was in effect in the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide
“Today we remember the 10th anniversary of Hrant Dink’s assassination… and we pledge, to once and for all, topple the criminal government.”