More than 80 guests attended Chamlian School’s Gymnasium Fundraising reception held on the evening of October 25. The highly anticipated event was graciously hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Kevork and Mirna Kacharian at their home in La Canada Flintridge, California
On Monday, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan addressed the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, where he lied throughout his presentation about Turkey’s economic progress, regional role as a so-called power player and made never-before-heard allegations regarding the Armenia-Turkey protocols process all in an attempt to paint a favorable picture of his country to the more than 150 in attendance.
On Wednesday, opposition parliament member from the Heritage Party Zaruhi Postanjian found herself in the middle of maelstrom of controversy and attack after she chose an unlikely forum to lash out at the Armenian president. This further highlights the lack of diplomatic finesse that plagues Armenian representatives as they travel the world under the banner of the Republic of Armenia.
In a rebuke to Azeri efforts to discredit elected officials, California State Assembly Speaker John Perez, who just returned from a visit to Armenia, responded to a threat from Azeri Consul General in Los Angeles of being included in a so-called “black list” of people visiting the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
The Republic of Armenia is but a link in the chain of our greater ideals, says Dr. Viken Hovsepian.
GLENDALE–Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Robert Menendez attended and addressed a community celebration of the 22nd anniversary of Armenia’s Independence on Sunday at the Glendale Youth Center.
In his remarks, Menendez recalled the heroic perseverance of the Armenian [...]
Doug Frantz, the notorious Genocide denier and former Los Angeles Times managing editor who lost his job when he blocked the publication of an article about the Armenian Genocide penned by journalist Mark Arax has been appointed the new spokesperson of the US State Department, a White House memo reported.
Asbarez newspaper marks its 105th anniversary today, Wednesday August 14, 2013. We wish our readers a happy anniversary. Without you our newspaper would not have survived for more than a century. Pictured is the front page of our first edition published on Aug. 14, 1908 in Fresno
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