A concert dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Armenia’s membership to the United Nations (UN) was held in New York on March 16.
Last week, for the first time in the history of the Turkish Republic, one of its ministers was declared persona non grata—an undesirable alien—and was deported from Netherlands, a state which is a NATO ally of Turkey.
The Armenian National Committee of America -Western Region (ANCA-WR) held its latest “ANCA in Your Neighborhood” town hall in Las Vegas on March 12 with its ANCA-Nevada Chapter to discuss regional priorities, local issues, as well as register voters and plan upcoming activities.
The United States has called on Turkey to respect and ensure essential freedoms over concerns on human rights issues and freedoms in the country.
“Orphans of the Genocide,” chronicling the plight of the Armenian orphans of the Armenian Genocide, won the “Best Documentary Feature” award at the Canada International Film Festival held in Vancouver.
The Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC) Western Region had a working visit with Canada’s Attorney General and Minister of Justice Honorary Jody Wilson-Raybould in her constituency office in on March 14 in Vancouver.
Armenia’s law-enforcement authorities indicated on Friday that they might prosecute doctors in connection with the death of Artur Sargsyan, known as the “Bread Provider.”
The Aurora Humanitarian Initiative in cooperation with Scholae Mundi Armenia will grant scholarships to students from Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt to study at the American University of Armenia (AUA).
A Netherlands court on Friday convicted the chairman of the Turkish-Azerbaijani Cultural Association Ilhan Askin for inciting violence against Armenians.
Ahead of the April 21 premier of “The Promise,” the film’s stars, Angela Sarafyan shares her family’s story of surviving the Armenian Genocide.