It didn’t take long for Ankara to use this carte blanche provided to it by the US deal to turn its guns and warheads against the Kurdish population in Iraq.
Democrats from across the 43rd Assembly district turned out in large numbers on Sunday and re-elected a slate of Democratic delegates put forth by a community coalition of partners known as Democrats United.
James Warlick, the US Co-Chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group charged with mediating a peaceful resolution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, is sounding more like Azerbaijan’s president Ilham Aliyev than a so-called impartial diplomat tasked with resolving the longest conflict in post-Soviet history.
Last week, articles appearing in various Lebanese press outlets reported that the historic Bird’s Nest (Trchnots Puyn) Orphange was being sold to make room for a beach-front development.
As the protests against electricity price hikes in Armenia continued into the 13th day, organizers gave the government a deadline of 9 p.m. Monday to meet at least one of their demands
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…