Monthly Archives: April 2014

Turkey’s Prime Minister Issues a Statement Expressing Condolences for the First Time

“The 24th of April carries a particular significance for out Armenian citizens and for all Armenians around the world, and provides a valuable opportunity to share opinions freely on a historical matter. It is indisputable that the last years of … Continue reading

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Prime Healthcare Donates $5 Million of Medical Equipment to Armenia and Artsakh

GLENDALE — Prime Healthcare Management, Inc. a division of Prime Healthcare Services, one of the largest hospital management companies in the U.S has teamed up with the united Armenian fund to deliver $2 million of medical equipment to hospitals in … Continue reading

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Junior Partner Reaffirms Exit From Armenian Government

Artur Baghdasarian resigned as secretary of Armenia’s National Security Council on Friday, reaffirming the decision by his Orinats Yerkir Party to withdraw from President Serzh Sarkisian’s government. The Orinats Yerkir leadership announced the decision on April 16, two weeks after … Continue reading

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99th Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide April 24, 2014

Los Angeles County Commemorates the Armenian Genocide LOS ANGELES – Supervisor Mike Antonovich along with members of the Armenian community which included Sergey Sarkisov, Consul General of Armenia, Archbishop Vatche Hovsepian of the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church, and … Continue reading

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Conference on Armenian Genocide Held in Istanbul

ISTANBUL – On April 23, in Taksim’s Hotel in Istanbul with the participation of 15 Turkish and Armenian scholars. The theme was how to face the past 100 years and find ways to come face to face with the historic … Continue reading

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U.S Military Instructors Train Armenian Non-commissioned Officers

Senior Armenia and NATO officials have met in Brussels to review increased bilateral cooperation reportedly agreeing on the US-led alliance’s continued support for ongoing reforms of Armenians armed forces. An Armenian military delegation headed by First Deputy Defense Minister Tonoyan … Continue reading

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US State Department “Deeply Troubled” by the Violence in Kessab Attacks

Fail to Condemn Turkey’s Role in Anti-Armenian Incursion WASHINGTON, DC — The State Department announced on March 30, that it was “deeply troubled” by the recent violence in the historically Armenian populated city of Kessab, Syria, by failed to condemn … Continue reading

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Minister Al-Zoubi: Erdogan’s Government Facilitated Terrorists’ Entry to Lattakia

DAMASCUS – Minister of Information Omran al-Zoubi said the government of Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan has regularly facilitated the entry of the armed terrorist groups into Kessab area in Lattakia countryside. In an interview with Syrian TV late Sunday, … Continue reading

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Three of the 20 Armenians Kept in Turkish Jail Were Freed

By Anna Nazaryan Three of the 20 Armenians kept in a Turkish jail were set free and they have already reached Latakia Deputy Chairman of the Social Democratic Hunchakian Party (SDHP) Vazgen Mesropyan. Speaking to reporters in Yerevan, he said … Continue reading

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