On the scenic shores of the City of Jbeil on Lebanon’s coastline, there is a small, secluded cemetery that is home to the humble tombstones of orphaned Armenian Genocide survivors
Last week in an interview with Cilicia TV, Seta Khedeshian, the executive director of Bird’s Nest, labeled the outspoken critics of the project as “irresponsible,” and accused them of spreading “false information.”
During the first 30 years of its history, the ARF worked closely with the Armenian people. After the establishment of the Soviet Union, the ARF continued to work at the grass roots level
The Diaspora stands in solidarity with this movement and those who are advancing the cause of justice and democracy in the homeland.
Grandma raises her index finger high into the air, waving in a circular motion as vibrations of the plucked qanun strings pass through the iPad speakers.
The Global Forum: Against the Crime of Genocide was held in Yerevan on April 22 and 23, organized by Armenia’s Foreign Ministry and Parliament
About one month ago, the single electricity distribution company in Armenia formally requested to increase the price of electricity that consumers pay by 40 percent
The justice that Armenians deserve. More important, the justice that the Armenian nation requires.
My name is Zepyur Kasparian and I am a sixth grader at K.Z.V. Armenian School in San Francisco, California. I have visited Armenia on numerous occasions.
The ghastly scenes are familiar: boxcars bursting with human freight, soldiers leading death marches as if shepherding flocks, mass graves swallowing up the cadaverous bodies of the living and the dead.