Parliament chairman Hovik Abrahamyan, described by the U.S. embassy as 'a crass nouveau riche,' will become Armenia's next prime minister, just as Serge Sargsyan indicates he is ready to give up leadership role
The 99th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide will be marked with protests, vigils, marches, concerts, exhibits and film screenings in Armenia and around the world; for details about upcoming events in America consult the Calendar of Events.
reports on the plight of Kessab Armenians after speaking with some of them taking shelter in Anjar, Lebanon (Washington Post) [posted on: April 03, 2014]
on Armenian MPs visit with refugees from Kessab now in Latakia, Syria (Mediamax) [posted on: April 03, 2014]
on Turkey's role in the rebel occupation of Kessab and possible consequences (Radikal via Al-Monitor) [posted on: April 03, 2014]
Assembly leader's delay tactics are detrimental to Armenian Americans' interests.