A bill going before Armenia’s parliament would introduce restrictions on anonymity on the internet, according to a report by the Institute for War & Peace Reporting. Supporters say it should curb defamatory language on the web, but free speech advocates warn that it might also constrain legitimate expression of opinion.
EAGLE ROCK, Calif.—The Homenetmen Western United States Regional Executive announced Thursday that Mr. and Mrs. Bedig and Mary Fermanian will be the Honorary Presidents at this year’s Navasartian Games.
As avid supporters, sponsors and philanthropists, Bedig and Mary Fermanian, the proprietors of Super King Market, have been part of Homenetmen’s large family for decades and were [...]
Less than a week remains until this year’s Silence the Lies, Rock the Truth! performance, which commemorates the 99th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. This is the concert’s 6th year bringing artists, the community and human rights organizations together in solidarity to honor the past and make a statement to the world about the strength of the Armenian spirit.
Sorrow Turns to Joy in Christ’s Resurrection
“I say to you that you will weep and lament, but the world will rejoice; and you will be sorrowful, but your sorrow will be turned into joy.” (John 16:20)
The glorious season of Easter is upon us once again, enlivening our souls with the uplifting message of renewal, peace, [...]
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation will not take part in the government that is being formed after the appointment by President Serzh Sarkisian of Hovig Abrahamian as prime minister. This decision was announced in a statement issued by the ARF Supreme Council of Armenia, ahead of its Supreme Convention, which is scheduled to begin Friday.
European Parliament, in its last plenary session on Thursday, ahead of the May elections, adopted a resolution on Syria, expressing its concern over the latest developments in the country, especially with the situation in Kessab, and vulnerable communities who find themselves in the middle of the war.
The Armenian Relief Society of Western USA is gearing up to celebrate its 30th Anniversary with weekend-long events to be held on May 2-4, 2014. Established as a separate entity in 1984, the ARS of Western USA continues to provide assistance to individuals and communities most in need both locally and internationally.