The first batch of humanitarian aid collaboratively provided by the Armenian and Russian governments on Tuesday afternoon arrived in Latakia, Syria, according to a press statement by the Defense Ministry of Armenia.
An international conference entitled “Breaking the Siege of Stepanakert: 25 years later” has kicked off in Yerevan on Wednesday, bringing together a number of Armenian and foreign experts to reflect on the Artsakh War.
The Armenian Relief Society (ARS) of Western USA is preparing to participate with a team once again this year at the 2017 LA Big 5K, which will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Dodger Stadium.
The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) has called upon the Department of State to oppose the third-party transfer of sensitive U.S. equipment and technology as part of a reported Israeli Iron Dome anti-missile system sale to Azerbaijan.
The graduate students of Armenian Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) are pleased to host the 15th Annual Graduate Student Colloquium in Armenian Studies on Friday, Feb. 24.
During an international conference on the Artsakh conflict on Wednesday, Armenia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan recalled shelling of Stepanakert by Azerbaijani forces from Shushi and Khojaly.
The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) on Wednesday published the names of the party’s April 2 election list and announced its election slogan: “A New Beginning, a Just Armenia.”
The ANCA–Western Region proudly announced on Feb. 14 that the inaugural year of its Walter and Laurel Karabian Fellowship has yielded even greater success than anticipated, as Anahit Sargsyan, the first Karabian fellow, has been hired by State Senator Anthony Portantino to work as a Legislative Assistant at his state capitol office.
Armenian Revolutionary Federation Bureau chair Hrant Markarian on February 11 discussed Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary elections, the role of the ARF in Armenia and the Diaspora, as well as several other issues during an interview on Armenian Public Television’s “Orakargits Durs.”
Deputy Nilda Garré submitted a bill to criminalize genocide denial in Argentina this week, which would include Armenian Genocide denial, as Garré confirmed in an interview.