Obituary

By Edmond Y. Azadian Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is angry again. He is rather furious this time around at Armenia’s president, Serge[...]

By Rabbi Albert Gabbai What would you say if the world denied that the Holocaust ever[...]

DETROIT — Dr. Antranig Chalabian, the author of several volumes of Armenian history, died on April 12, at his home in Southfield. He was[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. — The Eastern Diocese mourns the passing of the Rev. Paree Metjian, who died on Friday, January 28, in his home. He was[...]

NEW YORK (AP) — Barry Zorthian, a colorful US diplomat who left his mark on American policy in Vietnam as a forthright and often combative press spokesman in the early years of the war, has[...]

JANUARY • One of the “leftovers of the sword,” Fethiye Cetin, 60, a prominent civil rights attorney in Turkey, had her sense of identity shattered when she learned from her grandmother that she was one of thousands of Armenian[...]

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (Los Angeles Daily News) — J. Michael Hagopian, a two-time Emmy Awardnominated filmmaker whose 70 documentaries on the Armenian Genocide won more than 160 awards, has died. He was[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian It would be an understatement to say that Harutune Yeretzian’s untimely and sudden loss caused a terrible shock for all those who had come to make his acquaintance or who had befriended him. His life was cut short at[...]

WATERTOWN — Angele Tomassian died at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass on August 15 after a short illness. She was[...]

WATERTOWN, Mass. — Jirair Haratunian, 82, died on Monday, August 9, leaving a rich legacy of service to the people of Armenia and the United[...]

BOSTON — Dr. Keran M. Chobanian died on August 14, days after celebrating his 90th birthday with close family[...]