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WATERTOWN, Mass. — After a brief illness, noted journalist and Armenian activist Dr. Nubar Berberian passed away on November 23. He was 94. He was born in Cairo, Egypt, on September 25, 1922 to Kevork and Areknaz Berberian. After[...]

By Marylynda Bozian-Cruickshank Special to the Mirror-Spectator ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — The Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) of Greater New York/New Jersey on Thursday, November 17, hosted a private gathering for 30 representatives to[...]

By Mackenzie Mays FRESNO (Fresno Bee) — New history lessons adopted by the California Board of Education this year may especially resonate with Fresno students and families. Schools are now required to teach about the Armenian Genocide[...]

By Sara Khojoyan and Anthony Halpin YEREVAN (Bloomberg) — Armenia’s new prime minister has what he believes is a vote-winning message before parliamentary elections in May: The economy’s in terrible shape and he’s the man to fix[...]

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