Netherlands

By Artak Khulian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Two more Armenian Diaspora activists from Europe critical of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan have been barred from entering Armenia. Massis Abrahamian, a leader of the pan-Armenian Dashnaktsutyun[...]

BOSTON — Gail Samuel, Eunice and Julian Cohen President and CEO of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, in January announced the appointment of two new executive leaders Maureen Flores, as chief development officer, and Asadour Santourian, as[...]

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (FAON, Euronews, Turkish MFA) – The House of Representatives of the Netherlands adopted on February 25 a motion put forward by MP Joël Voordewind (ChristenUnie), calling on the Dutch government explicitly to[...]

AMSTERDAM, Holland (Armenpress) — The Federation of Armenian Organizations in the Netherlands (FAON) welcomes the motion of MP Joël Voordewind (ChristenUnie), which explicitly calls on the government to recognize the Armenian Genocide,[...]

EUROPE (Diaspora High Commissioner’s Office, varied sources) – From early in the morning on Friday, October 16, the Armenians of Europe initiated a protest of unprecedented scale in nine European nations. They blocked the[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — Tineke van Geel is a Dutch dance teacher who specializes in Armenian traditional and folk dances and teaches them throughout the world. She has frequently taught with her[...]

THE HAGUE (PanARMENIAN.Net) —  The Dutch House of Representatives on Tuesday, June 11 adopted a resolution condemning Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s April 24 comments concerning the victims of the Armenian Genocide, lawmaker[...]

By Elena Cavallone THE HAGUE (euronews.com) — A small miracle happened in a residential neighborhood of the Hague. A church protected a family of Armenians from being deported. Priests and neighbors set up a non-stop mass for three[...]

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch government performed an abrupt U-turn and said Saturday, September 8, that two Armenian children whose bid for asylum had been rejected could remain in the Netherlands. The decision came after the[...]

By Haykaram Nahapetyan Mirror-Spectator Video Correspondent THE HAGUE – With 142 to 3 votes the Tweede Kamer or lower house of the parliament of the Netherlands adopted two motions on the Armenian Genocide on February 22. The initiative[...]