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Hasmik Khachatryan receiving Woman of Courage award from international organizations and civil society in Armenia

Finally a Domestic Violence Law Will Be Introduced in Armenia’s Parliament

Finally a Domestic Violence Law Will Be Introduced in Armenia’s Parliament

The death of Zaruhi Petrosyan — beaten to death in 2010 by her husband and mother-in-law — has sparked a stronger public discussion about violence against women in Armenia.

The Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church in Turkish-occupied Nicosia, Cyprus has been occupied since 1963 (Photo: Lori A. Sinanian)

Northern Cyprus as Trauma Redux

From Izmir and Sivrihisar to Cyprus, to seek a safer home with better prospects… but that came to an end in December of 1963, and again after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in July 1974—yet another in a series of displacements for Genocide survivors.

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The Letter

Sixty years ago on a cold, windy evening in September, I arrived at the Nurse’s Dormitory on 222 East Delaware St. in Chicago. I was 22 years old, a newly graduated nurse from American University of Beirut

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