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Ohio Commission Issues Convoluted Split-Decision on Schmidt v. Krikorian Case

Following a second day of intense testimony outlining the complicated web of Turkish interests to fueling Armenian Genocide denial in the U.S., a perplexed Ohio Elections Commission issued, what can only be described as a convoluted and confounding split decision ruling on the case brought by OH Rep. Jean Schmidt (R) against her presumptive Democratic Congressional opponent David Krikorian.

A Gala for the Protocols

The champagne will flow and the caviar will be served this Sunday at a gala banquet honoring President Serzh Sarkisian at the Beverly Hills Hilton as part of his Diaspora tour to discuss—or force down our throats—the protocols for the establishment and development of relations with Turkey.

Armenian Bar, ANC Submit Brief on 9th Circuit Appeal

The Armenian Bar Association, the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA), the International Association of Genocide Scholars and the Zoryan Institute for Contemporary Armenian Research and Documentation Wednesday jointly signed onto an amicus brief filed in the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Movsesian v. Versicherung.

ARS Statement Concerning the Armenian-Turkish Protocols

In the name of all Armenian women widowed by the Turkish scythe and their orphaned children, we ask the Armenian Government to take a step back from the edge of the precipice, and to realize the grave consequences, and to join the protest raised globally against these dubious protocols, and to reinstate the unity of the people and the state.

2009 AYF Olympics Set for Thanksgiving Weekend

The 36th annual AYF Olympics, a long-standing tradition that brings together Armenian-American youth from across the country for a weekend of sports competition, will be held in San Diego during Thanksgiving weekend, from November 27 to 29.

Recent Court Ruling Against Genocide Victims Rights Discussed At Glendale Forum

Nearly 200 community members including young professionals, attorneys, and students gathered at the Saint Mary Armenian Church community hall in downtown Glendale on Wednesday for a public briefing to address the implications of the recent 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision declaring California’s Armenian Genocide Life Insurance Recovery law as unconstitutional.