Topic: Germany

BERLIN — What a night for a party! Though not of the same magnitude as the hurricanes that recently ravaged several states and Puerto Rico, the storm winds and rain that swept across northern Germany on October 5 were hefty enough to[...]

  BERLIN — The German-Armenian Society (Deutsch-Armenische-Gesellschaft, DAG) has announced “with joy and satisfaction” that it has conferred an honorary membership on Wolfgang Gust. In accepting the honor, Gust wrote that he[...]

ANKARA (PanARMENIAN.Net) —  Ankara Mayor Melih Gokcek has called the Bundestag member from the Green Party Cem Ozdemir “an Armenian,” in order to insult him. Gokcek has accused Ozdemir of being an “Armenian servant”[...]

BERLIN — Deciphering the behavior of the President is a challenging task, and not only in the United States. Narcissism, paranoia and megalomania are the terms the psychiatrist would use to describe the brand of personality disorders[...]

BERLIN — Russian-born Armenian artist Archi Galentz will have an exhibit titled “Requiem: Human Image in the Work of Archi Galentz,” in the gallergy of the daily newspaper Junge Welt. The exhibit will open on Tuesday, August 8, with[...]

BERLIN — If Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan thought he could celebrate the first anniversary of the attempted coup by cementing his dictatorial rule at home and intimidating allies abroad, he made a serious miscalculation, which[...]

BERLIN (BBC) — Germany says it does not expect Turkish security agents who were charged for violent scuffles in Washington last month to join President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a G20 summit next week. A spokesman said leaders can bring[...]

BERLIN — On July 1, at 7 p.m. the German-Turkish-Armenian Friendship Society will be officially established here. Among the prominent supporters of the initiative are Dietmar Bartsch (Faction leader of the Linke Party in the Bundestag),[...]

BERLIN — If the Armenians were the ones who suffered the greatest losses in the 1915 genocide, they were not alone. Other Christian minorities in the Ottoman Empire were targeted, among them the Arameans, Assyrians, Chaldeans and Greeks.[...]

YEREVAN — It was not the atmosphere we expected to find in a center for youngsters with autism: laughter rang out of one room where children were busily painting, while piano music sounded in another room, where two young lads were[...]