LOS ANGELES — On December 9, at 7:00 p.m. PST, coinciding with the World Day of Genocide Commemoration and Prevention December 12, at 4:00 PST and 8:00 PST, PBS SoCal and KCET will show the documentary “The Hidden Map.”[...]

YEREVAN/GIZA, EGYPT — Ahmed Magdy Hammam (born 1983) is an Egyptian novelist, storyteller and journalist. Ahmed started working as a cultural journalist since 2010, collaborating with Al-Ahram, Akhbar el-Yom, Al-Dustour, and other media.[...]

ISTANBUL (Public Radio of Armenia) — Armenian religious heritage sites in Turkey remain under threat, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom said in a new report on Turkey on December 6. “In early 2021 the Surp Toros[...]

The death of Bob Dole, at age 98, on December 5, was a loss for American politics and a loss for those championing recognition of the Armenian Genocide. He was a larger-than-life presence on the American political scene, “one of the most[...]

WASHINGTON (Combined Sources) — Bob Dole, the plain-spoken son of the prairie who overcame Dust Bowl deprivation in Kansas and grievous battle wounds in Italy to become the Senate majority leader and the last of the World War II[...]

By Amy Feldman CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Forbes) — “I constantly say things that are unreasonable and seemingly crazy,” says Noubar Afeyan, founder of venture firm Flagship Pioneering and chairman of Moderna. What if, he asked his[...]

The following exclusive interview was conducted by correspondent Muriel Mirak-Weissbach with Ashot Smbatyan, Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia in Berlin, at the conclusion of his term, on November 26. Through your association with[...]

Sitting halfway between Chicago and Milwaukee, Racine may not be a place that many of us have spent much time pondering, but to poet David Kherdian, it means everything. Kherdian grew up in this midwestern town on the shores of Lake[...]

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — About 8,700 miles separate the Uruguayan capital and Boston. However, it seems the Armenian community there can bridge this impressive distance with their warmth. One of the people interviewed for this overview of[...]

BERLIN — A hundred years ago Berlin was the scene of a criminal trial which was to go down in history. The Armenian Soghomon Tehlirian stood trial for the murder of Talaat Pasha, whom he shot on March 15, 1921 in broad daylight. Talaat[...]

By Maria Cozette Akopian, MBA, EdD Special to the Mirror-Spectator MAHWAH, N.J. — Alecko Eskandarian grew up in New Jersey with a father who had an illustrious soccer career. Quite literally, Alecko followed in his father’s footsteps[...]