Virtual tour in millennia-old Akdamar Church

Witnessing thousands of years of a church's history that lies in Anatolia is now a click away. As part of its attempt to promote the unique Anatolian heritage to the world, the Turkish Presidency's Directorate of Communications has prepared a website dedicated to the 1,100-year-old Akdamar Church, a medieval Armenian church in Turkey's eastern Van province.

Islamophobia and Turkish-Armenian controversy: Analysis

Religion plays an important role in the 1915 Events and the related Turkish-Armenian controversy. In the Armenian genocide narrative, Armenians are frequently portrayed as the downtrodden "first Christian nation", while Turks are portrayed as the cruel Muslims who sought to annihilate various Christian groups.

Armenian circles exerting pressure on intellectuals in France regarding 1915 events: French historian

Historian Maxime Gauin, who was engaged in a lawsuit with Armenian spokesmen due to his arguments concerning the events of 1915, has said Armenian circles have been exerting pressure on intellectuals in France regarding this issue.

Final farewell to Archbishop Mesrob II Mutafyan of Armenian Patriarchate in Turkey

Archbishop Mesrob II Mutafyan, the top religious leader of Orthodox Christians Armenians in Turkey, was laid to rest on March 17 as many political and religious figures and Armenian nationals from overseas have bid their final farewells to him.

#DiplomaticCentennial Sergey Minasyan: I've noticed that the Armenian community in Romania enjoys a priviliged position

Ambassador of Armenia to Romania Sergey Minasyan states in an interview granted to AGERPRES that, in his opinion, the Armenian community in Romania enjoys a "privileged position" and is integrated within the society, the Romanian people's tolerance can set "a good example for many other countries."

Watch emotional plea by Australian-Armenian reporter George Donikian on Armenian genocide (video)

A famous Australian journalist of Armenian and Greek origin, George Donikian, who was one of the founding members of the Australia’s first multicultural television station, SBS, made an emotional plea in video to the Australian government to recognise the Armenian and Pontic Greek genocides that took place between 1915 and 1922 by the crumbling Ottoman empire and a nationalist group called “The

“Superman” promotes awareness on Armenian Genocide (video)

Former Superman Dean Cain is taking on a much more serious subject than most men in tights these days. The actor has produced a new film, “Architects of Denial,” which delves into the Armenian genocide and the denial by the Turkish government and other authoritative bodies that atrocities ever took place.