By Tony Wright WELLINGTON, N.Z. (Newshub) — It’s estimated 1.5 million people died in the Armenian Genocide during World War I, as did 300,000 Assyrians. On Sunday, November 25, New Zealand’s Assyrian community unveiled a memorial at[...]

DERBY, England — Thanks to the efforts of Russell Pollard a photojournalist and a campaigner for the recognition of genocides, the city of Derby has become the first English city to recognize the Armenian Genocide. The City Council[...]

LOS ANGELES — Prof. Richard Hovannisian of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and Chapman University received the Medal of the City of Lyon in a ceremony in the historic Hotel de Ville (City Hall) on November 8. Mayor[...]

By Lucine Kasbarian These recently released titles were produced outside of mainstream publishing mechanisms. They remind us that Armenians can and should avail themselves of alternatives in order to achieve publication, avoid censorship[...]

PRINCETON, N.J. — Talaat Pasha (1874–1921) led the triumvirate that ruled the late Ottoman Empire during World War I and is arguably the father of modern Turkey. He was also the architect of the Armenian Genocide, which would result in[...]

LOS ANGELES — Educators attending a professional development conference at Ferrahian High School. Two University of Southern California (USC) Shoah Foundation staff members recently shared the Institute’s work related to the Armenian[...]

PARIS (Reuters) — President Emmanuel Macron led tributes to the millions of soldiers who died during World War I on Sunday, November 11, holding a solemn ceremony attended by dozens of world leaders in Paris to commemorate the centenary[...]

By David Boyajian Assyrians and Armenians have lived near each other for thousands of years and shared similar trials and tribulations. So as an Armenian American in an audience of about sixteen Assyrian Americans, I knew I was among[...]

YEREVAN (Public Radio of Armenia) — Armenia has donated Fridtjof Nansen’s portrait by Diaspora Armenian artist Daniel Varoujan Hejinian to the Kingdom of Norway. Armenia’s Acting Minister of Diaspora Mkhitar Hayrapetyan on November 6[...]

LOS ANGELES — One simple — yet key — question set into motion 30 years of research: how many Armenians were actually massacred during the Armenian Genocide? This question was posed to Dr. Sarkis Karayan in 1971, when he was serving[...]

HACKENSACK, N.J. — The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) announces the award of a $2,000 grant from the NNJCF’s Andrea Tilbian Halejian Memorial Fund to the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation (PJR) at[...]