The Diaspora stands in solidarity with this movement and those who are advancing the cause of justice and democracy in the homeland.
Thousands of Yerevan residents were barricaded by police after a group of protesters began advancing toward the Presidential Palace on Monday
Here we are at the much-anticipated and much-talked-about 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
In a rare instance, the worlds of music, politics, academia and activism came together to call for justice and recognition ahead of the Armenian Genocide Centennial.
BY ARA KHACHATOURIAN Timothy Rose, the photographer responsible for a poster depicting women in Armenian traditional garb under the Turkish crescent and star, issued an apology to the Armenian community on his website Thursday, saying his intentions were not to offend. “To all the Armenian community, I wish to apologize for the photograph taken for…
The war of words escalated in Armenia Friday as two one-time allies, President Serzh Sarkisian and the Prosperous Armenia Party leader Gagik Tsarukian, publicly attacked each other with the latter calling for immediate regime change after the president lashed out on Thursday and relieved Tsarukian from his post in the National Security Council.
In what amounted to a pot calling the kettle black scenario, President Serzh Sarkisian on Thursday night lashed out at one of his one-time close political allies, the head of the Prosperous Armenia Party, Gagik Tsarukian
Last November, the Grammy Award-winning group System of a Down announced plans for a tour to mark the centennial of the Armenian Genocide.
Militants of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, have burned down an Armenian church in the Wahda neighborhood of Iraq’s second largest city
YEREVAN–The 32nd World Congress of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation concluded Saturday with the election of a new Bureau. The World Congress, which kicked off on January 16, was attended by delegates from all regions of the organization, as well as guests who were invited by the regions and the outgoing Bureau. The Congress examined the…