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ANCA To President Obama: “Do The Right Thing. Recognize The Armenian Genocide”

Armenian Americans made the final push in their month-long Countdown to Erdogan with a White House call-in day urging President Barack Obama to honor his campaign pledge by telling visiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan that the U.S. condemns the Armenian Genocide, reported the Armenian National Committee of America, (ANCA).

Turkey Urges OSCE To Back Azerbaijan In Karabakh Settlement

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe should support Azerbaijan over Armenia in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday.

New Push to Settle Karabakh Conflict Made at OSCE Summit

The foreign ministers of over 50 countries making up Europe’s largest security structure praised Armenia and Azerbaijan late Wednesday for their latest pledge to “work intensively” to overcome disagreements hampering the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Obama Hails Protocols as Erdogan Presents Ultimatum

President Barack Obama hailed the Armenia-Turkey protocols and pledged US support for the process as Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erodagan, on the eve of his meeting with the president, issued an ultimatum to the White House saying that normalization process could not move forward without an end to the Karabakh conflict.

Sarkisian Discusses Military Priorities With US Defense Official

A high-level official from the US Department of Defense was in Yerevan Thursday meeting with Armenia’s top leadership for talks on military cooperation, reported the Armenian Presidential press service.

OSCE Members Praise New Push For Karabakh Peace

The foreign ministers of over 50 countries making up Europe’s largest security structure praised Armenia and Azerbaijan late Wednesday for their latest pledge to “work intensively” to overcome disagreements hampering the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Controversy Surrounds Plans for Uranium Mine in Armenia

A protest movement against a planned Russian-Armenian uranium mine in southern Armenia appears to be picking up steam, with
discussions underway with three political parties about a partnership.

OSCE Monitors Ceasefire on Karabakh-Azerbaijani Border

Officials from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) conducted ceasefire monitoring on Thursday along the line of contact between the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said, the Karabakh Defense Ministry said.

Yerevan Asks OSCE to Respond to Azeri Threats

Armenia has complained to Europe’s top security and human rights watchdog that Azerbaijan’s military buildup is violating the ceiling set by the 1990 Treaty on Conventional Forces in Europe.

Defending the Armenian Church in Georgia

Among the 29 Armenian Churches functioning in Tbilisi in the beginning of the 20th-Century, only 1 remains active. Many analysts and members of the Armenian Community in Georgia view this as an attempt to completely assimilate or drive out what remains of this centuries old ethnic-Armenian population.

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