Germany

FRANKFURT, Germany — Many journalists, too many, have been arrested and jailed in Turkey and for political reasons. The numbers run into the hundreds. Deniz Yücel is one of them; he was “not the first to be arrested illegally, but was[...]

HALLE, Germany — Eight hundred years ago Levon I, a king who left an indelible mark on Armenian history and culture, with respect to relations with other powers, temporal and religious, died. The German city of Halle marked 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[...]

WIESBADEN, Germany — Two years ago, a group of six young Armenian artists came to Wiesbaden, Germany to exhibit their works at the Haus der Heimat.[...]

BERLIN — The date was, as always, April 24, and the venue had not changed: the French Cathedral in Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin. But the organizers were many, the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia, the Diocese of the Armenian Church in[...]

By Archi Galentz BERLIN — The website of Aravot reported on February 21 on the visit of Anna Hakobyan, the wife of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, to Switzerland and the surprise that she brought with her. The surprise was her[...]

BERLIN — Following Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s recent state visit to Germany, the process of intensifying contacts between Yerevan and Berlin continues apace. On the invitation of German Federal President Frank-Walter[...]

BERLIN (Armenpress) — Member of Parliament Karin Strenz from Germany’s ruling Christian-Democratic Union Party has been fined 20,000 Euros by the Bundestag for keeping secret that she received money from Azerbaijan through a lobbying[...]

HANNOVER, Germany — People of Jewish or Armenian heritage know that they share a painful history, one that deprived them of statehood and forced them into life in the diaspora over centuries. In view of this shared, but differentiated[...]

WIESBADEN, Germany — Lisa Berkian-Abrahamian has always lived with books; she has worked as a librarian, a newspaper editor, translator and author. Born in Armenia, she came to Germany in 1992 to live with her husband, Ara J. Berkian,[...]