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In a Turkish town that had 10,000 Armenians, now there is only one

In a Turkish town that had 10,000 Armenians, now there is only one

Chris Bohjalian is the author of 16 books. His new novel, “The Light in the Ruins,” comes out on July 9. A woman I met last month in southeastern Turkey […]

Armenia’s survivors

Armenia’s survivors

In northeastern Turkey stand the ruins of what was once one of the world’s largest and most imposing cities. In the Middle Ages, Ani was the “City of 1,001 Churches,” […]

A Blueprint for Diaspora Representation in Negotiations with Turkey over Reparations

In the course of almost a century, Armenian institutions’ and individuals’ various stances on Turkey and genocide recognition have hardened into maximalist positions. For Armenian maximalists, anything short of a […]

Sassounian: Plaintiffs File Devastating Response to Anti-Armenian Brief

Lawyers on behalf of Armenian plaintiffs responded last week to the U.S. government’s brief that had urged the Supreme Court not to review a Federal Appeals Court decision striking down […]

Armenian-American Artist Wins Posthumous Fame

A landscape dissolves into reds, yellows, and greens. A mountain in New York State is filtered through an artist’s imagination, rendered on canvas in angular patches. These were among the […]

Remembering the Dead and Living Victims of the Armenian Genocide

Remembering the Dead and Living Victims of the Armenian Genocide

During the endless Turkish arguments and Armenian/international counter arguments about the number of massacred Armenians in 1915, Hrant Dink would repeatedly remind both sides about a more critical topic: “We […]

Defamed Armenian Americans in Wake of Boston Bombings Must Seek Full Remedy

On April 30, several days after blatantly and massively defaming Armenian Americans and causing monumental damages, Mr. Ruslan Tsarni, uncle of the suspected April 15 Boston Marathon bombers Tamerlan Tsarnaev […]

Շախմատ. Հայ գրոսմայստերը երջանիկ է Ալյոխինի հուշամրցաշարում հաղթելու համար

Շախմատ. Հայ գրոսմայստերը երջանիկ է Ալյոխինի հուշամրցաշարում հաղթելու համար

Հայ գրոսմայստեր Լևոն Արոնյանը հայտարարել է, որ շատ ուրախ է Ալյոխինի մրցաշարում հաղթելու համար: Հեղինակավոր այս մրցաշարը, որ տեղի ունեցավ վերջերս Փարիզում/Սանկտ Պետերբուրգում (Ֆրանսիա /Ռուսաստան), անցկացվում է ի հիշատակ շախմատի […]

Turkey’s Muslim Armenians come out of hiding

TUNCELI, TURKEY – They dropped their language and religion to survive after the 1915 genocide, but close to 100 years later, Turkey’s “hidden Armenians” want to take pride in their […]

84-Year-Old Armenian Woman Brutally Murdered in Istanbul (Update)

84-Year-Old Armenian Woman Brutally Murdered in Istanbul (Update)

ISTANBUL, Turkey—On Dec. 29, an 84-year-old Armenian woman was brutally murdered in Istanbul’s Koca Mustafa Pasha neighborhood, Turkish newspapers reported. The woman, identified as Marissa Kuchuk (Küçük), lived alone. She […]

Պտույտ Ստամբուլում

Հայաստանցի երեխաները Ստամբուլի աշխատաշուկայում 13-ամյա Մամուկան ստիպված է ամեն օր համոզել ինքն իրեն, որ իր թուրք «շեֆին» ավելի շատ է սիրում, քան սեփական հորը։ Ծանր սոցիալական պայմաններն սկսել են ազդել […]

Burbank felons get 25 years for Armenian and black street-gang-aided identity theft

SANTA ANA — Two men behind a massive identity-theft conspiracy that was hatched and operated from a prison and victimized more than 500 people were sentenced today to 25 years […]

Syrian-Armenian Filmmaker Released

Syrian-Armenian Filmmaker Released

ALEPPO, Syria—Filmmaker Avo Kaprealian, who was detained by Syrian authorities, has been released, according to the Facebook page set up by his friends. Kaprealian was last seen with two of […]

Armenians face few options in Syria (Video report)

Armenians face few options in Syria (Video report)

In the ongoing Syrian civil war, the comparatively small community of Armenians left in government-held Aleppo and some coastal areas has been mostly forgotten. About 80,000 live in the country, […]

Der Zor Genocide Memorial Church, Museum Severely Damaged (Video)

Der Zor Genocide Memorial Church, Museum Severely Damaged (Video)

DER ZOR, Syria (A.W.)—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 […]

Aleppo Burns while We Fiddle: A Wake-up Call to All Armenians

Aleppo Burns while We Fiddle: A Wake-up Call to All Armenians

For almost two years, Armenians worldwide have followed the vicious civil war in Syria with great anxiety and concern over the safety and survival of their compatriots. Regrettably, dozens of […]

Hands Across Borders: The Syrian Crisis and the Armenians

The crisis in Syria promises to become a protracted human tragedy. The brutality being exacted by both government and rebel forces has already resulted in a level of devastation that […]

Turks, Armenians and Ottomans

CALIFORNIA – I really was not expecting to eat the best lahmacun of my life on the western coast of the United States. (Lahmacun, a sort of thin pizza with […]

An Open Letter To My Fellow American-Armenian Brothers And Sisters

An Open Letter To My Fellow American-Armenian Brothers And Sisters

My cousin, a 60 years of age diabetic male, has been kidnapped from his own mechanic shop in Aleppo, Syria, by the Syrian opposition. For the last five months the […]

Armenians Kidnapped Near Aleppo

Armenia’s Foreign Ministry has confirmed reports that on Sept. 29, ten passengers of a bus traveling from Beirut to Aleppo, among them seven Armenians, have been kidnapped. Five of the […]

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