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Alabama Becomes 49th U.S. State to Recognize the Armenian Genocide

Alabama has officially become the 49th U.S. state to recognize the Armenian Genocide. Governor Kay Ivey issued a powerful proclamation recognizing the Ottoman Turkish Empire’s centrally-planned and executed annihilation of close to three million Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians and Syriacs from 1915-1923, according to the Armenian National Committee of America – Eastern Region (ANCA-ER).

Armenian genocide to be remembered in Athens

The Central Committee of Greece for the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide informed “Armenpress” that an event will be held on the same day in Athens. The Greek-Armenian community will announce the annual program for 2015 at the course of the upcoming event.

  • Published in Greece

Armenia Praises Greek Anti-Racism Bill

Armenia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Edward Nalbandian offered the following statement, praising the Hellenic Parliament for its anti-racism bill that was just passed.

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