House / Armenian Genocide / Armenian-American

After 104.5 years, the House just voted to recognize the Armenian Genocide. 405 yes, 11 no, 3 present. This has taken decades, & while I’m supposed to keep myself out of coverage, I will slip just this once to say that vote is an affirmation of history to every Armenian-American.

Further articles on the same subject

House / Armenian Genocide / Armenian-American

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

News

9 YMCA centers will soon provide access to restrooms, showers and locker rooms for homeless people who are unable to take shelter during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the LA Board of Public Works approved the use of the facilities today.

Long Island doctor tries new twist on hydroxychloroquine for elderly COVID-19 patients

tweet picture

One #COVID19  patient has passed away in Ahmedabad, the death toll in Gujarat has risen to 10 now. Also, 10 more persons have tested positive for Coronavirus in the state, taking the total number of cases to 105 in the state: State Health Department

Milan lacks Rome's ancient ruins, the renaissance splendor of Florence, the canals of Venice. But it will be the engine of any Italian recovery from the virus crisis

Mohammad Haneef Atmar, former national security adviser, has been appointed as acting foreign affairs minister, by presidential decree.

tweet picture

With races cancelled and curfews imposed, runners are logging miles on balconies and in living rooms to stay active.

At 10 a.m. Beijing time, China observed three minutes of silence to mourn for the deceased in #COVID19  outbreak #RIP 

Delhi: To avoid the spread of fake news or rumors, Safdarjung hospital authorities to give names, mobile numbers, email ids of all admins of WhatsApp groups of the hospital to police. #COVID19 

tweet picture

For many patients with COVID-19, a ventilator can be the difference between life and death. In 2007, Morley Safer interviewed the man who invented it — Forrest Bird

tweet picture

#Wuhan Tianhe International Airport has been thoroughly disinfected by over 160 firefighters to prepare for the resumption of commercial flights on April 8.

Loading
Loading