The Armenian Genocide Centennial in the media

Listing here links to various Armenian Genocide Centennial commemorations and articles in the media.

In New York Times: Remembering the Armenian Genocide: Descendants of survivors — Turks and Armenians — share their families' stories. APRIL 24, 2015 Related Article

In New York Times International edition check out the article and an impressive ad by Raffy Manoukian

The Economist explains "What counts as a genocide" Apr 23rd 2015, 23:50 by H.J.

In the Chronicle Philantrophy: News and analysis
April 21, 2015 Armenians Mourn a Genocide and Remember an Outpouring of Support by Megan O’Neil

Centenary of 1.5 million Armenian deaths marked in NYC; demands for US to label it "genocide" @VerenaChirps

Various articles in the New York's Daily News about the Armenian Genocide:

By recognizing the 1915 Armenian genocide Egypt becomes FIRST Muslim nation in history to officially acknowledge Islamic genocide

Turkey and the Armenian genocide: the next century by John Lubbock 24 April 2015 - For the Armenian diaspora, today is Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day—but not in Turkey. Perhaps members of the country’s Kurdish minority can help shake up a polarised narrative.

The Armenian genocide explained - World leaders mark 100 years since #ArmenianGenocide; @katiecouric explains

In New York Times: Armenian Genocide of 1915: An Overview

In Reuters, Berlin: German lawmakers call massacre of Armenians 'genocide', defying Turkey

in Foreign Affiars:
Foreign Affairs ‏@ForeignAffairs Apr 26
The Armenian genocide is a sensitive subject requiring a nuanced approach from Washington:

In Australia:
Latest News: Armenian Genocide, Drone Reprisals, Monty Python

Kim Kardashian turns activist to remember Armenian genocide
The Balmain campaign star agitates on behalf of the 1.5 million victims of the forgotten massacre
in Arts+Culture News by Zing Tsjeng

The Incredible Story Of How Kim Kardashian’s Ancestors Escaped The Armenian Genocide
Friday, April 24, 2015 16:49

A Century After Armenian Genocide, Turkey’s Denial Only Deepens: Nearly 1.5 million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Empire in 1915, during World War I. Turks by and large do not believe mass killings were planned. By TIM ARANGOAPRIL 16, 2015 in the New York Times

Mark Geragos' keynote speech at Montebello Armenian Martyr Monument. Friday April 23, 2015.


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