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2015: A Rededication or a Last Hurrah?

  For nearly a century our survivors of the Meds Yeghern (Great Catastrophe) have suffered the psychological and emotional trauma of the first genocide of the modern era. The effect […]

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Media Watchdog In Rare Praise Of Armenian Election Coverage

Media Watchdog In Rare Praise Of Armenian Election Coverage

The news coverage of Armenia’s leading broadcasters has become considerably more objective and impartial since the official start of campaigning for the March 6 parliamentary elections, an independent media watchdog […]

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Obama Again Avoids the Word ‘Genocide’ Despite Campaign Promise to Contrary

On the fourth Armenian Remembrance Day of his presidency, President Obama has for the fourth time in a row broken his promise to the Armenian community to use the word […]

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Armenians mark genocide remembrance day

Armenians mark genocide remembrance day

MK Eldad: Turkey can’t extort Israel not to recognize massacre since we have no relationship. Armenians in Jerusalem and around the world marked Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on Tuesday with […]

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Armenian Genocide Commemoration Day: Confronting Denialism

During the Armenian genocide in 1915, an unknown number of young Armenians survived because they were adopted as daughters and sons of Muslim families. Many lived the rest of their […]

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‘Your Demands are our Demands’: Turkish HR Group Sends Letters to Etchmiadzin, Antelias

ISTANBUL, Turkey (A.W.)–The Committee Against Racism and Discrimination of the Istanbul Branch of the Human Rights Association sent letters today to the Catholicos of all Armenians Karekin II and the […]

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‘Armenian Genocide’ Remarks Triggers Incident in Parliament

Remarks by an opposition lawmaker about Armenian community’s calls for recognizing the 1915 mass killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire as genocide, triggered an incident during the parliamentary session […]

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The Kardashians: Keeping up With the Armenian Genocide

Today is international Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, but is one Los Angeles family of it-girls driving the remembrance single-handedly this year? Ever heard of a period during the First World […]

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President Obama Issues Statement on Armenian Remembrance Day

President Obama Issues Statement on Armenian Remembrance Day

Below is the statement issued by President Obama today, in which he continues to avoid referring to the destruction of the Armenians in Ottoman Turkey in 1915 as “genocide,” employing […]

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Jews becoming increasingly aware of Armenian Genocide and its commemoration

Jews becoming increasingly aware of Armenian Genocide and its commemoration

Spurred in part by the current Tayyip Erdogan-led Turkish government’s increasing tilt toward Iran and hostility toward Israel, members of local Jewish communities are paying more, some might say overdue, […]

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Armenian genocide and international relations

Armenian genocide and international relations

Over 20 countries have officially recognized the Armenian genocide, often with high costs and difficult political battles. While the modern-day Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, eight years after […]

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Late President Turgut Özal worked to solve ‘Armenian genocide’ dispute

Late President Turgut Özal worked to solve ‘Armenian genocide’ dispute

With 19 years having passed since the death of former President Turgut Özal, known for his reformist policies, which paved the way for a more democratic and liberal Turkey, his […]

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No sign of end to Armenian enclave dispute on the horizon

No sign of end to Armenian enclave dispute on the horizon

The Azeri-Armenian conflict is still unresolved 24 years on, writes DANIEL McLAUGHLIN in Stepanakert ROBERT BAGIRYAN’S slight frame stiffens and his shoulders straighten when he talks about what went before […]

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Commentary: The Skeletons Are Dancing…

Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night agitated by a nightmare where I see a million-and-a-half skeletons dancing restlessly and seeking a peaceful place to rest. An […]

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Turkey’s EU Minister, Judge Giovanni Bonello and the Armenian Genocide – ‘Claim about Malta Trials is nonsense’

Judge Giovanni Bonello rubbished the claim made by Turkey’s EU Affairs Minister, Egemen Bagis, that his country was acquitted of the responsibility of the Armenian Genocide in 1915, because no […]

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Armenian genocide should be recognized

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Next Tuesday marks the 97th anniversary of the Armenian genocide by the Turkish government, a fact that the Turks to this day deny. Armenians all over […]

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Sarkisian Vows Greater Efforts At Genocide Recognition

Sarkisian Vows Greater Efforts At Genocide Recognition

Armenia will step up efforts to achieve greater international recognition of the 1915 Armenian massacres in Ottoman Turkey as genocide as it prepares to mark their 100th anniversary, President Serzh […]

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EP resolution sends strong support message for Armenia and Minsk Group

On 18 April 2012, the European Parliament (EP) adopted two resolutions in the context of the negotiations for the new Association Agreements with Armenia and with Azerbaijan. European Friends of […]

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Understanding Armenia’s pre-electoral party landscape: EuFoA publishes Shortpaper

Today, European Friends of Armenia (www.EuFoA.org) publishes a guide on the Armenian political parties, providing on roughly 1.5 pages per party the key facts about their alliances, poll and election […]

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EU deals with Azerbaijan and Armenia should make the region safer

The association agreements that the EU is negotiating with Armenia and Azerbaijan should make the region safer, both by promoting a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and by making […]

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