The elections in Turkey on April 16 reversed what one expert called the country’s 100-year experiment in democracy and cemented the fact that successive Turkish governments will continue to deny the Armenian Genocide.
Twenty years before joining six of his like-minded colleagues in Fresno to establish Asbarez in 1908, Abraham Seklemian, the newspaper’s first editor, had a harrowing experience as a prisoner in Garin (Erzerum)
About seven years ago, I became aware that my father, Haroutun Kevorkian had left behind a 250 page hand-written autobiography spanning the years 1903-1955. I have decided to tell my father’s story by translating it.
More than 2,000 community members protest Armenian Genocide denial at the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles in 1972
There is a worrisome dismissiveness rising towards our Genocide recognition, awareness rising, and commemorative activity.
In the Armenian reality, two singularly different yet similarly tumultuous events of 2016 have defined how we will view critical turning points in the next year.
We began our journey to Arstakh with military helicopters hovering over our head. We gazed at the sky in silence.
The year 2016 shook the very existence of Nagorno-Karabakh to the core. The short four -day April war was prevented from becoming a disaster thanks to the heroic resistance and self-sacrifice of our soldiers.
Christmastide is upon us once more, warming our hearts and lifting our spirits as we joyfully embrace the glorious news of the Birth and Theophany of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
BY DICKRAN KHODANIAN From The Armenian Weekly Earlier this month, I received an unexpected phone call from my good friend Arthur from Martuni, Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh/NKR) who is currently serving his mandatory two years in the NKR Armed Forces. After not being able to see him during my six months in Armenia and generally not being…