On Sept. 11, after years of persistent diplomatic efforts, the Republic of Armenia succeeded in having the United Nations General Assembly adopt by consensus a generic resolution on all genocides.
Haigazian University in Beirut awards $1 million in scholarships to Armenian students each year. Its 60th year of instruction just began, and a Gala marking the anniversary with the goal of expanding the university’s endowment is set for October 3 in Los Angeles.
Turkey has not only refused to join its NATO allies in fighting against ISIS, but has trained, armed and facilitated the infiltration of thousands of terrorists into Syria and Iraq.
No doubt the editors at “Time” magazine are gearing up to choose their person/people of the year.
Two weeks ago I had the honor of attending a friend’s daughter’s bat-mitzvah. That’s the coming of age ritual for Jewish girls.
The latest report of The Human Freedom Index for 152 countries gives Armenia a surprisingly high score.
This past week on August 14, 2015, Asbarez paper turned 107—a hard-to- believe milestone.
Thousands of articles have been published worldwide in the recent weeks exposing Turkey’s strategic trickery — using the pretext of fighting ISIS to carry out a genocidal bombing campaign against the Kurds who have courageously countered ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
Mr. Wild is clean-shaven and smiling. He’s got a 10,000-mile gaze, and you cannot see the bottom of his pale, blue-gray.
Yes, it’s coming, an unnecessary election designed to serve the interests of one party (at best) and more realistically, one megalomaniac.