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By Haroutioun Diratzouian The majority of the articles about the Armenian-Turkish protocols, which have appeared in the diasporan news media, express a favorable viewpoint with respect to the opening of the borders between Turkey and[...]

By Hagop Vartivarian It surely will not be easy to get the superpower that is the United States to accept the Armenian Genocide as fact. Nevertheless, despite the failure of past attempts, American-Armenians continue to exert all their[...]

Catalonia Recognizes Armenian Genocide CATALONIA, Spain (Arminfo) — On February 26, the parliament of the Spanish province of Catalonia recognized the Armenian Genocide The decision of the parliament says that the Armenian Genocide was[...]

Mirror-Spectator Now Offers E-Subscriptions WATERTOWN, Mass. — Starting March 15, the Armenian Mirror-Spectator newspaper will be available to be e-mailed every Thursday, in color PDF format. The annual rate for the e-subscription is[...]

The US Wants to Deny that Turkey’s Slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 was Genocide. But the Evidence is There, in a Hilltop Orphanage Near Beirut By Robert Fisk It’s only a small grave, a rectangle of cheap concrete marking it[...]

By Hagop Vartivarian Despite the fact that the protocols signed by Armenian and Turkey gave rise to quite a bit of commotion, particularly in segments of the diaspora with heavy concentrations of Armenians, the political organizations in[...]

By Harut Sassounian It was bad enough that President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had failed to keep their campaign pledge to reaffirm the facts of the Armenian Genocide. They sunk to a new low last week, when Mrs. Clinton[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenians around the world were euphoric, when, on March 4, the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee voted by a narrow margin (23-22), to adopt HR 252, a resolution to recognize the Armenian Genocide. Once the euphoria[...]

Turkey Recalls Ambassador to US WASHINGTON (Combined Sources) — While on Thursday, March 4, the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted 23-22 to approve the sending of House Resolution 252 on the Armenian Genocide to the floor of the full[...]

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — March 2, the US aerospace and defense industry is urging House of Representatives lawmakers to reject a measure that would call the World War One-era massacre of Armenians by Turkish forces genocide, warning it[...]

ISTANBUL (RFE/RL) — The Turkish Foreign Ministry has rejected the formal ruling handed down on January 12 by the Armenian Constitutional Court approving the protocols signed by the two countries on establishing and developing formal[...]