Thousands commemorate Armenian genocide at site of Montebello monument
Pete Souza/The White House via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — On the fourth Armenian Remembrance Day of his presidency, President Obama has for the fourth time in a row broken his promise to the Armenian community to use the word “genocide” in describing
The Armenian genocide is formally commemorated each April 24th because on that date in 1915, the Turkish Interior Ministry issued an order authorizing the arrest of all Armenian political and community leaders suspected of
Armenians lay flowers at the genocide monument to their kin killed by Ottoman Turks during World War I in Yerevan, on April 24, 2012, to mark the 97th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Thousands of Armenians joined today the procession to a hilltop
Commemoration events dedicated to the memory of Armenian Genocide victims is continued in the various sides of the world. As press and information department of RA Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs the commemoration event took place at Antelias St.
For 10 years now, they've been gathering on Armenian Martyrs Day to share stories and drop flowers in memory of the 2 million people that were killed by the Turks. Many say the Armenian genocide was called the silent genocide or hidden holocaust.