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The Armenian Orphan Rug: A relic or an insult?

The Armenian Orphan Rug: A relic or an insult? By Michael Doyle McClatchy Washington BureauNovember 13, 2013 WASHINGTON — A rug woven long ago by Armenian orphans is presenting the White House with a tough political knot. Dozens of lawmakers from California and other states with large Armenian-American populations want the rug put on public […]

From the Ottoman Empire to Killarney, Manitoba: the story of an Armenian genocide survivor

From the Ottoman Empire to Killarney, Manitoba: the story of an Armenian genocide survivor   POSTED BY: Jack Garabed, Son of an Armenian genocide survivor (Guest author), 2 Comments , Nov 15, 2013 News event at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. In the photo (R to L): CMHR President and CEO Stuart Murray, David […]

Feature: Armenian climbs the ladder of success

Feature: Armenian climbs the ladder of success   English.news.cn   2013-11-07 21:47:45 BEIJING, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) — Nune Militonyan clearly remembers the November day 16 years ago when she flew thousands of miles to China from Armenia to be with her husband Deng Zhonggang. Filled with hope, she arrived at Deng’s home in Zhanjia village, Yaxi […]

Book Review: The Armenian Table Cookbook

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