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Fleeing Syrian Armenians head to Lebanon

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Hundreds of Armenian families fled Aleppo and headed to Beirut in order to escape the ongoing conflict in Syria between

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Syria: Minority militias stir fears of sectarian war

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Damascus – For months, most of Syria’s minority sects stood warily on the sidelines of the revolt by the Sunni

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Over 3,000 of Syria’s Armenians fled to ancestral homeland

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As the passengers from battle-ravaged Aleppo disembarked at Yerevan’s Zvartnots airport, tearful relatives gripped them tightly in emotional embraces. “Thank

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Obama won’t call Armenian killings ‘genocide’

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President Barack Obama is marking the anniversary of the massacre of Armenians in Turkey nearly a century ago by calling

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Syria's Armenians: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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Two suicide car bombs targeting Syrian regional military and security headquarters shook Aleppo on Feb. 10, claiming 28 victims, among

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French court asked to rule on genocide bill

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France’s Constitutional Council has been asked to determine whether a bill concerning the mass killings of Armenians a century ago

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‘Dr. Death’ Jack Kevorkian is dead at age 83

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Jack Kevorkian, the zealous, straight-talking American doctor known as “Dr. Death” for his lifelong crusade to legalize physician-assisted suicide died

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Turkish PM in Lebanon to help ease tension

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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Beirut on Wednesday for a two-day official visit. The Turkish PM was

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Obama cites `devastating chapter’ in Armenia past

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President Barack Obama calls it “one of the worst atrocities” of the 20th century — the mass killings of Armenians

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Armenian women gather to celebrate ARS centennial

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Armenian Relief Society members from various countries, including Greece, France, Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria, Argentina, Brazil, Canada as well as the

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