WEIMAR, Germany — If today’s cultural context is besieged by “deliberate attempts to mislead” and to cut off meaningful discussion, if it is a context in which unfounded opinions enjoy the freedom of unfettered movement, then it is[...]

WATERTOWN — Author Raffi Bedrosyan will discuss his recent publication Trauma and Resilience: Armenians in Turkey—Hidden, Not Hidden and No Longer Hidden, at the AGBU New England Center, 247 Mt. Auburn St., on Wednesday, September 25,[...]

WEYMOUTH, Mass. — Asdghig “Starrie” Alemian, one of the last Armenian Genocide survivors in Massachusetts and a strong presence at every Genocide commemoration at the State House, died on September 5, 2019. She was 109. She was a[...]

BEIRUT — On July 30, the legal team of the Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia, under the leadership of Catholicos Aram I, filed a case in the 2nd Kozan Court of First Instance against the Kozan Municipality and the Turkish State Treasury[...]

YEREVAN (Public Radio of Armenia) — A new trilingual (Armenian, English, German) exhibition on “Far from the Fatherland, in the Fatherland: Fates of Armenian Soldiers in World War I”  opened at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute[...]

By Florence Avakian PARAMUS, N.J. — German historian Dr. Hilmar Kaiser will present a lecture on his extensive research into humanitarian resistance to the Armenian Genocide. The event, sponsored by the Armenian Missionary Association of[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan Hidden Armenians are the present descendants of Armenian orphans left behind in Turkey after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. These orphans, the living victims of the Genocide, were forcibly assimilated, Islamized, Turkified[...]

By Ismail Akbulut On August 3, a hate-driven heinous mass shooting targeting immigrants in El Paso, Texas left 22 people dead and added another chapter to the saddest of American stories. The tragedy made me reflect on the lives lost. They[...]

BERLIN — If there is one name that calls to mind the conflict-laden relationship between Germany and Turkey, it is Dogan Akhanlı. The Turkish-born German writer has lived in the Federal Republic since 1992, after he fled political[...]

LOS ANGELES (Metropolitan News-Enterprise) — Although the United States has never recognized that the Armenian Genocide occurred, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has found that it did take place, in 1915-23, but yesterday held[...]

GENESEO, N.Y. (Combined Sources) — Prof. Vahakn Dadrian, one of the pioneers of modern genocide studies and one of the founders of Armenian Genocide studies, died on Friday, August 2. He was 93. Dadrian’s interest in the Armenian[...]