In this edition of Insiders we head to Nagorno-Karabakh, a self-proclaimed republic that seceded from then communist Azerbaijan when the Soviet Union fell apart in…
Last April, fighting between troops from the self-proclaimed republic of Nagorno-Karabakh and the Azerbaijan army rekindled a conflict that had been frozen for more than 20…
Armed men who seized a police station in the Armenian capital Yerevan have surrendered after a two week stand-off.
At least 60 people have been wounded and dozens arrested in another night of clashes between riot police and demonstrators in Yerevan, the health ministry…
Armed men, who took nine police officers hostage in the Armenian capital Yerevan, have freed the four remaining captives.
There was tension in Yerevan on Wednesday night as hundreds of demonstrators gathered to support gunmen holding several hostages in a police station in the Armenian…
Hundreds of demonstrators have clashed with police in Armenia in support of gunmen who have taken several policemen captive.
In Armenia, gunmen have seized a police station in the capital Yerevan taking hostages, including the country’s police chief.
On his last day in Armenia Pope Francis attended an open air liturgy in Etchmiadzin. Unusually the ceremony was led by the head of Armenia’s main
Pope Francis denounced what he called the ideologically twisted and planned “genocide” of Armenians by Ottoman-era Turks a century ago on a visit to Armenia for a deeply symbolic weekend visit to mark
Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been rebuked by Germany’s lower house of parliament for his harsh condemnation of members of Turkish origin who voted to declare the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ott
Thursday’s vote in the German parliament recognising a genocide of Armenians in Turkey a century ago has enraged the Turks and delighted the…
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in Kenya as part of an African tour, might have been expected to react strongly to the German vote.
Hundreds of Turks in Germany protested outside the Bundestag ahead of the vote which saw the 1915 massacre of Armenians by their Ottoman occupiers classed as…
The Bundestag voted in favour of a resolution to refer to the killings of up to 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire during the First World War as "genocide".
German lawmakers are to vote today on a motion to describe the World War l killings of Armenians Ottoman Turk forces as “genocide”.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says that there is no doubt that a resolution to refer to the mass killing of Armenians under Ottoman rule in the First World War could damage relations between
This editorial was written by the European Azerbaijan Society to offer one view on the situation in the Nagorno Karabakh region.
This editorial was written by the European friends of Armenia to offer one view on the situation in the Nagorno Karabakh region.
The presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on the need for a ceasefire and a peaceful resolution to the conflict over disputed
A man at odds with his family is believed to be behind Monday’s deadly attack on a passenger bus in the Armenian capital Yerevan.. Two people were
The people of Armenia and those who support them have not forgotten. On Sunday’s 101st anniversary, Armenian President Serzh Sarksyan
This article sets out how Turks generally view the context, events and implications of the massacres of ethnic Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire
This article sets out how Armenians generally view the context, events and implications of the massacres of ethnic Armenians living in the Ottoman
Tens of thousands of Armenians marched through the capital Yerevan on Saturday carrying torches to commemorate the victims of the 1915 massacres