AGMI to host temporary exhibition on “150 year-old witnesses of the Armenian Genocide”
Armenian PM offers condolences to Germany's Merkel over Madeira bus crash
At least 13 killed in South Africa Easter church collapse
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Times Square to host Armenian Genocide commemoration
The program, which will take place in Times Square, will feature prominent politicians who tirelessly advocate for genocide commemoration while championing the Republic of Armenia, in addition to human rights activists, academics and artists.
Expanding ties with the African region a priority for Armenia - FM
The Foreign Minister said the Armenian side is willing to take practical steps to make effective use of the existing potential. In this context, the parties highlighted the importance of taking steps to expand the legal framework.
Turkish Police recover ancient Armenian king's tombstone
Acting upon a tipoff, security forces tracked two cars passing through Edremit town headed toward western Çanakkale province. After searching the cars, police found and confiscated a tombstone reading "the final resting place of the Commagene Kingdom's leader Antiacho" in Ancient Roman script. The smugglers were planning to sell the invaluable artifact for TL 2 million ($281,000), reports said.
US Congressmen host reception for Armenian PM's spouse
Mrs. Hakobyan presented Armenia’s achievements, adding that the country has taken the path towards full-fledged democracy and real economic growth, and added that every support from Armenia’s friends on that path is welcome.
Catholicos Karekin II asks Patriarch Kirill to mediate the return of Armenian citizen from Azerbaijan
Karen Ghazaryan, who has mental problems. Is a resident of the Berdavan village in Armenia’s Tavush province, crossed to the Azerbaijani side in unsettled circumstances, and was subsequently sentenced to 20 years in prison in Azerbaijan.
Rare Armenian history volumes make their way to Watertown
“History of the Armenians,” or “Patmutyun Hayots", by Father Mikayel Chamchian, was published in Venice from 1784 to 1786, and was described by scholar Razmik Panossian as “the definitive Armenian history text in this formative period of mass national identity.”