In the 1940s, photographer Kegham Djeghalian opened the first photo studio in Gaza City. His images show life in the city before it was transformed by war.
The Young Turks Led the Armenian Genocide. But the Progressive Show 'The Young Turks' Won't Change Name
"If a group decided to call themselves 'the Young Nazis', and pitched themselves as a disruptor news outlet, people would be rightly outraged."
Turkey recalled its ambassador to Germany on Thursday in protest against a German parliamentary resolution declaring the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces a "genocide."
A skytyping company sponsored by Warren Buffett's insurance giant wrote some baffling messages — and may not have realized what they meant.
Even though California resident Agasi Vartanyan is experienced at hunger striking and doctors are keeping tabs on him, there's some danger in going almost two months without food.
There are around 100,000 Armenians currently living in Lebanon, almost all of whom are descendants of those who fled the 1915 genocide in what is now Turkey. In Beirut, they keep their heritage alive through their food.
If you Google "Armenia genocide," the top result takes you to propaganda that denies it ever happened.
Relations between Armenia and Turkey suffer in part because Turkey refuses to recognize the 1915 Armenian genocide. But improving relations will prompt that recognition.
Pope Francis caused diplomatic uproar by using the G-word to describe the massacre of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians by Turkish forces during World War I.
Tayyip Erdogan took the unprecedented step of offering his "condolences" to the grandchildren of those massacred in the Armenian genocide.
As Syria's rebels expand their presence in Latakia, the Armenian minority has evacuated the border town of Kassab.