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Holy Trinity Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of Fr. Kouzouian’s Ordination

Holy Trinity Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of Fr. Kouzouian’s Ordination

December 12, 2014 9:17 pm
Five Sub-deacons Ordained CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On Sunday, October 26, the community of Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston celebrated the 20th Anniversary of...

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Armenian Museum Collaborative Exhibit Examines Celebration and Remembrance

Armenian Museum Collaborative Exhibit Examines Celebration and Remembrance

December 12, 2014 9:46 pm
WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America, together with the Thompson Gallery of The Cambridge School of Weston, presents a new exhibition, “Kiss the Ground — A New...

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Armenian Soldier Killed in Nagorno-Karabagh

December 12, 2014 9:44 pm
  YEREVAN (AP) — Nagorno-Karabagh says one of its soldiers has been killed in a clash with Azerbaijani forces. The military said the soldier was shot and killed in...

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Uruguay’s Vice President: Armenian Genocide Will Never Be Forgotten

December 12, 2014 9:48 pm
  MONTEVIDEO, Uruguary (PrensaArmenia) — Before his trip to Yerevan, Vice President of Uruguay Danilo Astori spoke at Carrasco International Airport with one of the...

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Uruguay’s Vice President: Armenian Genocide Will Never Be Forgotten

December 12, 2014 9:48 pm
  MONTEVIDEO, Uruguary (PrensaArmenia) — Before his trip to Yerevan, Vice President of Uruguay Danilo Astori spoke at Carrasco International Airport with one of the...

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Uruguay’s Vice President: Armenian Genocide Will Never Be Forgotten

  MONTEVIDEO, Uruguary (PrensaArmenia) — Before his trip to Yerevan, Vice President of Uruguay Danilo Astori spoke at Carrasco International Airport with one of the members of the Armenian National Committee of Uruguay about the objectives of his official visit to Armenia. “The Armenian Genocide will live forever in our memory. There is no history or […]

Armenian Museum Collaborative Exhibit Examines Celebration and Remembrance

Armenian Museum Collaborative Exhibit Examines Celebration and Remembrance

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America, together with the Thompson Gallery of The Cambridge School of Weston, presents a new exhibition, “Kiss the Ground — A New Armenia, Part I,” on view from December 7, through January 20, 2015. There will be an opening reception on Sunday, December 7, from 2 to 5 p.m., […]

Armenian Soldier Killed in Nagorno-Karabagh

  YEREVAN (AP) — Nagorno-Karabagh says one of its soldiers has been killed in a clash with Azerbaijani forces. The military said the soldier was shot and killed in fighting Monday. David Babaian, a spokesman for the Nagorno-Karabagh government, said Tuesday that the clash occurred when Azerbaijani forces launched an attack on the Armenian positions.  

Society for Armenian Studies Washington DC Conference on Armenians in the Ottoman Empire: Part I

Society for Armenian Studies Washington DC Conference on Armenians in the Ottoman Empire: Part I

By Aram Arkun WASHINGTON — The Society for Armenian Studies (SAS), a primarily American association of scholars and supporters of Armenology, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. It held an international conference in Yerevan in October, and on November 21-22, it convened a conference in Washington, DC called “Armenians in the Ottoman Empire in […]

Ambassador Sargisian Delivers Speech at US Capitol Hill Celebration of Artsakh’s Independence Day

Ambassador Sargisian Delivers Speech at US Capitol Hill Celebration of Artsakh’s Independence Day

WASHINGTON, DC—On December 2, the Armenian Assembly of America, the Armenian National Committee and the Armenian Caucasus of the US House of Representatives celebrated the 23rd Anniversary of Artsakh’s independence, at the Rayburn House Building hall, with the presence of Speaker of the Republic Ashot Ghoulian, who was visiting the US, and the Ambassador of […]

CONVERSATIONS ON ARMENIAN-TURKISH RELATIONS

    An interview series by Gonca Sönmez-Poole The first part of this interview appeared in the Dec. 6 issue of the Armenian Mirror-Spectator. Gonmez-Poole is interviewing a series of Armenians and Turks regarding the Armenian Gencoide and the Turkish approach.   FATMA MÜGE GÖÇEK (Part 2) Born, raised and educated in Istanbul, Turkey, Fatma […]

New and Old Keghi Find Connections in Detroit

  By Mitch Kehetian DETROIT — In honoring their ancestry to  historic Keghi in Turkish-occupied western Armenia, Detroit Armenians have taken another  giant step to strengthen linkage to Nor Keghi  in the Republic of Armenia. More then 350 area Armenians joined hands October 25 at St.  John Armenian Church Cultural Hall  to celebrate Kef Time Keghi II while feasting […]

Rivlin Backtracks on Armenian Genocide Recognition

  Once an outspoken advocate for Israel’s recognition of the massacres, president quietly distances himself from the campaign By Tamar Pileggi TEL AVIV (Times of Israel) — President Reuven Rivlin, formerly an outspoken advocate of Israel’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide, decided not to renew his signature on an annual petition calling for Israel to […]