Topic: Syria

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — An event for author Dawn MacKeen to promote her book on the Armenian Genocide, The Hundred-Year Walk, was presented last October by the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA), the Armenian[...]

By Jon Lee Anderson The fall of Aleppo probably marks the beginning of the end for Syria’s myriad rebel factions, five and a half years after their uprising began. With the evacuation of the last of its armed rebels and their families,[...]

HOUSTON, Texas — In 2015, the Aleppo Compatriotic Charitable Organization (CCO) initiated and up to this day continues to implement the Save a Life program. The name of the program is self-explanatory — it indicates its vital role for[...]

By Gohar Abrahamyan ArmeniaNow reporter YEREVAN (ArmeniaNow) — Ethnic Armenians who have fled Syria during the last two years of conflict and took refuge in Armenia consider that possible US strikes against the country will prove a[...]

ALEPPO (Armenpress) — Kidnappings of Syrian-Armenians continue on the Turkish border, according to Kantsasar Weekly’s Zarmik Poghikyan. “On July 28 in the morning a small bus left from Aleppo to Turkey, three Armenian families —[...]

ALEPPO (Armenpress) — Clashes between the governmental forces and armed rebels escalated this week, resulting in the wounding of several Armenians, stated Press Secretary of the Armenian National Prelacy Jirair Reisian. Reisian stated[...]

DAMASCUS (PanArmenian.net) — According to a Facebook post by an Aleppo Armenian group, Vazgen Isahak Taghlian, an Armenian-born soldier serving in the Syrian army, was killed on March 15 during clashes with rebel forces in a Damascus[...]