The documentary “The Stateless Diplomat” brings attention to the legacy of Diana Agabeg Apcar, the first female Armenian diplomat and possibly one of the first female diplomats ever. And with its gentle, artistically gorgeous approach,[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — For many of us, delving into history is interesting, but when that history involves a family member, it is that much more intimate as well as intimidating. Mimi Malayan, the great-granddaughter of Diana Apgar, has made a[...]

FRESNO, Calif. — Fresno is one of the oldest and most identifiable Armenian-American communities and consequently it has been the setting for the literary efforts of a number of works dealing with Armenian-American life, most famously[...]

By Benny Morris and Dror Ze’evi Between 1894 and 1924, the number of Christians in Asia Minor fell from some 3-4 million to just tens of thousands — from 20 percent of the area’s population to under 2%. Turkey has long attributed[...]

By Michael Rettig FRESNO — Documenting and preserving the stories of one’s ancestors and their immigration to America is itself a noble endeavor, and it takes on increased importance for those whose ancestors survived genocide. The[...]

BERLIN — A central feature of the events organized every year by the Armenian community on April 24 is the demand that Turkey acknowledge the genocide. The AGA, a Working Group for Recognition, held a vigil on April 27 in front of the[...]

WASHINGTON — On Friday, April 26. Professor Taner Akçam, the Robert Aram, Marianne Kalousdian and Stephen and Marian Mugar Chair in Armenian Genocide Studies at Clark University presented his latest book, The Killing Order of Talat[...]

WASHINGTON — On Monday, May 6,  a bipartisan group of legislators sent a letter to President Donald Trump expressing their disappointment in his April 24th statement, and asked him to directly affirm the Armenian Genocide, reported the[...]

NEW YORK — As the world commemorated the Armenian Genocide throughout the month of April, families reflected on the struggles and survival of their parents and grandparents, keeping the memory of their ancestors alive, while also seeking[...]

The Thirty-Year Genocide: Turkey’s Destruction of Its Christian Minorities, 1894-1924 By Benny Morris and Dror Ze’evi Illustrated. 656 pp. Harvard University Press. $35. By Bruce Clark Using the word “genocide” to describe an[...]

YEREVAN — The Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity’s Selection Committee has named three outstanding 2019 Aurora Humanitarians, recognized for performing acts of exceptional courage and their commitment to saving human life. The 2019[...]