Assyrians Establish National Federation in France

Members of the newly established Fédération Assyrienne de France pose in front of the Eiffel Tower. ( AINA)

AINA - 1/2/18 Paris (AINA) -- Assyrian representatives from across France culminated a two day conference in Paris with the establishment of the Fédération Assyrienne de France, a national federation of the Assyrians living in France. There are 30,000 Assyrians living in France. The first Assyrians arrived in Marseille France in the 1920s as refugees from the genocide of ...

Unrecognized Genocides Conference Held At Adelphi University

Julian McBride, CEO of the Row Initiative, speaking at the Unrecognized Genocides conference at Adelphi University. ( Julian McBride)

AINA - 15/11/17 Garden City, New York (AINA) -- A conference on the recognition of genocide was held at Adelphi University on Thursday. The Conference, titled Genocides Unrecognized, addressed the issue of the recognition and denial of the various genocides in history, including the Assyrian, Armenian and Greek genocides by Ottoman Turks in World War One, the ...

Assyrian, Armenian, Greek Genocide Commemoration Held in Glendale, California

AINA - April 2017 (AINA) -- The city of Glendale, a suburb of Los Angeles, California, hosted commemoration events on the Turkish genocide of Assyrians, Armenians and Greeks in World War One. Glendale is home to a large Armenian population as well as a population of Assyrians. The events included lectures, poetry readings, performances and a candle ...

Swedish City to Host Assyrian Genocide Exhibiton

12/4/15 Sodertalje, Sweden (AINA) -- The City Hall of the Swedish city of Sodertalje, 36 kilometers south of Stockholm, will host an exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Assyrian, Greek and Armenian Genocide. Sodertalje is home to 30,000 Assyrians, a quarter of the population. The city council made the decision to host the Genocide ...

Armenian Government Recognizes Turkish Genocide of Assyrians and Greeks

The Armenian National Assembly recognized the Assyrian and Greek genocide perpetrated by Turks in World War One.

25/3/15 Yerevan (AINA) -- The Armenian National Assembly voted today to recognize the genocide of Assyrians and Greeks that was committed by Ottoman Turks during World War One, between 1915 and 1923. The genocide claimed the lives of 750,000 Assyrians (75%), 500,000 Greeks and 1.5 million Armenians.The genocide recognition bill, sponsored by the Republican Party, received ...