'The Risks Of Escalation Are Enormous': Demonstrations Continue Across SoCal As Armenia, Azerbaijan Report Ongoing AttacksAmnesty International has called on all sides to fully respect international humanitarian laws and to protect civilians from the hostilities.
Hundreds Of Pro-Armenia Protesters Occupy Streets In WestwoodThis is the latest in a series of massive protests staged in support of Armenia over the past week as tensions escalate between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed territory controlled by ethnic Armenians but within the border of Azerbaijan.
'This Is A Fight For Survival': Thousands March In Glendale To Bring Awareness To Azerbaijan-Armenian ConflictLocal and federal officials gathered on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall Monday to denounce the violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
3 Potential Hate Crimes Under Investigation During Contentious Armenian Protest In BrentwoodThree Azerbaijanian protesters were assaulted during Tuesday’s clashes in Brentwood.
Senate Passes Resolution To Formally Recognize Armenian GenocideMore than 200,000 people of Armenian descent live in Los Angeles County, making it home to the largest Armenian community outside of Armenia.
Police Investigate Turkish Flags At Armenian SchoolsTurkish flags were hung early Tuesday morning at two Armenian schools in the San Fernando Valley, prompting a police investigation.
Glendale Soccer Star Killed Before Playing In Pan-Armenian GamesThe city of Glendale is grieving tonight as local 20-year old Levon Thomas was killed in an ATV accident overseas.
Protest Calls For Turkey To Recognize Armenian GenocideHundreds of Armenian Americans and their supporters spent Easter Sunday protesting outside the Turkish consulate, pushing for the Turkish government to recognize the Armenian genocide of 1915.
UCLA Researcher Uncovers World's Oldest Winery Co-director of the excavation Gregory Areshian of UCLA says the earliest wine drinkers in history preferred red to white.
Armenia To Cooperate In $163 Million Medicare Scam InvestigationArmenia says it will cooperate with the United States in an investigation of Armenian gangsters accused of using phantom health care clinics to try to cheat Medicare out of $163 million.