The Armenian Cultural Foundation on Thursday announced that Mr. and Mrs. Hacop and Mina Shirvanian will be honored at the organization’s 40th anniversary Gala Dinner
President Serzh Sarkisian on Friday evening outlined the course of the Republic following the Constitutional changes, which were approved during a December referendum.
Armenian shepherd Hakob Hambartsumyan, born in 1962, was killed as a result of firing from the Azerbaijani side from an Istiglal anti-materiel rifle, the Artsakh Ministry of Defense reported.
Adam Schiff on Thursday slammed Baku’s “authoritarian regime” after Azerbaijani Foreign Minister expressed anger about comments made by the Congressman in an interview with Asbarez
Istanbul authorities announced that eight suspects in the brutal attack on an elderly couple were apprehended and all of them were Armenian.
The United States has insisted on backing Syrian Kurdish militias in their fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), dismissing the Turkish president’s demand that Washington end its relationship with Syrian Kurds and recognize them as terrorists.
According to U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, Richard Mills, the U.S. expects the Armenian government to honor its public statements and obligations to conduct free and fair elections.
Kurdish fighters backed by Russian bombing raids have driven Syrian rebels from a former military air base near the border with Turkey, a group that monitors the war said on Thursday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday accused the United States of creating a “pool of blood” in the region by failing to recognize the main Syrian Kurdish organizations as terror groups.
The Russian Foreign Ministry will study the inquiry of Russian parliamentarians on denouncing the Moscow Treaty of Friendship and Brotherhood with Turkey signed on March 16, 1921, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova told a press briefing on Wednesday.