Tribute at St. Mary’s church for Allen Yekikian and Sosé Thomassian
Gharib Karapetyan from Echmiadzin, who joined the liberation struggle when he was 21, talks about his experiences during the war and sends a message to the Diasporan youth.
WASHINGTON–On Wednesday Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the lead sponsor of the Armenian Genocide resolution in Congress, delivered his remarks in Armenian on the House Floor to honor the more than one and a half million Armenian men, women and children who were murdered by the Ottoman government.
In a historic first in the Congress, Representative Schiff [...]
One of the participants of the Battle of Shushi, Rafik Vardanyan, who settled in Kashatagh after the liberation of Artsakh, talks about his participation in the war and the assistance that was provided to him by the With Our Soldiers campaign.
Volodya Hovannisian, whose military path included participation in Monte Melkonian’s unit, has recently undergone a leg surgery, which restored his ability to walk without support. By watching this video, you can learn more about the brave soldier and hear his words of gratitude towards the youth and the With Our Soldiers campaign.
The Armenian Genocide Martyrs Memorial Church in Der Zor, also known as the Holy Martyrs Armenian Church, has been severely damaged as a result of shelling, as revealed by video footage taken by locals and shared on YouTube Saturday.
Asbarez Editor Ara Khachatourian sat down with Vartan Oskanian on Wednesday to discuss the recent charges of money laundering brought up on Monday by Armenia’s National Security Service. The former foreign minister’s views on several issues of national interest including the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution process and his return to politics.
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Asbarez Editor Ara Khachatourian talked to Rep. Adam Schiff on Wednesday about his efforts in the House Appropriations Committee, which resulted in more than doubling aid to Karabakh
Watch an informative documentary on the Hidden Armenians produced by Yerkir Media.
A new documentary about the events between November 1991 and February 1992 in Karabakh was screened Friday. The film recounts the shattering of the blockade of Stepanakert (capital city of Nagorno Karabakh Republic), as well as criminal activities of the political elite of Baku which led to the tragic deaths of civilians in Khojaly
“Grandma’s Tattoos,” a Swedish production directed by Suzanne Khardalian, will air on Al Jazeera English eight times over the week of Jan. 11-18, occupying a prime time slot in all the key time zones.
A growing number of Members of the House of Representatives have praised the passage this week of a landmark resolution calling upon Turkey to return the Christian church properties it stole through genocide, and to end its repression of the surviving members of the vast Christian civilizations that once represented a majority in the territory of the present-day Republic of Turkey, reported the Armenian National Committee of America.