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USA Officially Recognizes Armenian Genocide
The genocide of Armenian people committed by Turkey, was officially recognized by US President Biden on Saturday in an official declaration.
Biden Tells Erdogan He Will Use Term “Armenian Genocide”
In a surprise move on Friday, President Biden said that he had told Turkish President Erdogan that he will use the term "Armenian Genocide."
Greek PM Marks 106th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis commemorated the Armenian Genocide on Friday, the eve of the 106th anniversary of the brutal act.
President Biden Poised to Recognize Armenian Genocide
U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to formally recognize the massacre of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire during World War One as an act...
Is Biden About to Recognize the Armenian Genocide?
Senator Bob Menendez asked the Biden Administration to officially recognize the genocide against the Armenian people.
Greek, Armenian Genocide Recognized by the Netherlands
Greek, Armenian and Syriac genocide committed by the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 20th century were recognized by the Netherlands earlier in the week.
Senator Paul Scarr Calls on Australia to Recognize Armenian Genocide
Federal Senator for Queensland Paul Scarr announced his support of the Joint Justice Initiative, calling for Australia to recognize the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek...
White House Indirectly Acknowledges Armenian Genocide
In a statement made by White House Press Secretary Kaleigh McEnany on Monday, July 6, the Trump administration appeared to acknowledge the Armenian genocide,...
Greeks Remember Genocide of Their Ancestors in Pontus
Every year on May 19 Pontic Greeks commemorate one of the darkest pages in Hellenic history, as the date will forever be connected to...
Thessaloniki to Commemorate Pontic Genocide
A giant-size banner was placed on Saturday on the facade of the Thessaloniki City Hall in memory of the killing of some 353,000 Greeks...