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Merrimack Valley Armenian community commemorates Armenian Genocide
The commemoration, organized by the Armenian National Committee (ANC) of the Merrimack Valley, enjoyed the participation of all local Armenian churches and organizations. The Honor Guard of the Armenian-American Veterans of Lowell presented both the American and Armenian Flags during the singing of the Armenian national anthem and the Star Spangled Banner.
Turkish group in the US trying to silence protests against Ankara’s denial of Armenian Genocide
The Turkish American Steering Committee (TASC) – taking a page from the playbook of the Westboro Baptist Church and neo-Nazi marchers in Charlottesville – is gaming America’s First Amendment, not to express its own views, but rather to obstruct the free expression of U.S. citizens set to gather this April 24th at 4:30 pm in Washington, DC’s Sheridan Circle to protest Ankara’s denial of the Armenian Genocide.
Turkey's policy unchanged 104 years after the Armenian Genocide, experts say
Speaking to reporters today, Safrastyan said the voice of brave representatives of Turkey, who had been trying to speak the truth about the Armenian genocide, has now weakened. H believes the trend will be maintained in the coming years.