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  • Goldberg: Obama, abroad, is adrift

    Since President Obama has been having a rough time lately, let me belatedly congratulate him on his apparently successful policy of regime change in Libya. Initially, I favored a more robust and decisive intervention when Obama seemed to dither, and then...
  • Monster Mash: Hillary Clinton visits genocide museum in Cambodia; René Pape bows out of La Scala production

     
    Official visit: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Cambodia as part of her two-week trip to Asia. (Agence France-Presse) Bowing out: Bass René Pape has withdrawn from a new production of Wagner's "Die Walküre".....
  • Armenian genocide victims' descendants may sue

     
    Descendants of Armenian genocide victims may sue insurance companies for unpaid claims, a federal appeals court ruled Friday in a rare reversal of an earlier decision. The same three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said in......
  • Kobe Bryant’s deal with Turkish Airlines outrages Armenian Americans

     
    Lakers star Kobe Bryant's two-year endorsement deal with Turkish Airlines has sparked protest among Armenian Americans in Los Angeles and nationwide, some threatening to boycott the basketball player unless he backs out of the contract. In a statement...
  • Descendants of Armenian genocide victims seek $65 million from Turkey for seized land

     
    Three Armenian American descendants of victims of the Armenian genocide nearly a century ago filed suit Wednesday against the government of Turkey and two Turkish banks, claiming they are owed at least $65 million for property seized from their relatives....
  • Kobe Bryant's deal with Turkish Airlines has angered many Armenian Americans

     
    Kobe Bryant's newest endorsement agreement has sparked protests and incited boycotts among Armenian Americans in Los Angeles. He made a two-year deal with Turkish Airlines, which is trying to promote the start of nonstop flights in March from Istanbul...
  • ISRAEL: Israeli citizen suspected of involvement in Bosnia war crimes arrested

     
    An Israeli citizen was arrested Tuesday in connection with a 1995 massacre in Bosnia, and Israel’s Justice Ministry launched extradition proceedings against him. A Sarajevo court issued a warrant for Alexandar Cvetkovic's arrest in April, stating that...
  • Kobe Bryant appears in Turkish Airlines commercial

     
    If Kobe Bryant's commercial with Turkish Airlines has taught us anything, it's that 1) Bryant should avoid cooking or else Lakers Coach Phil Jackson will jokingly claim that Bryant's work in the kitchen contributes to his numerous finger injuries; 2)...
  • LIBYA: Petition implores U.N. to 'end the killing'

     
    A group calling itself U.N. Act Now has launched an online petition on Facebook calling for the United Nations to take action, such as imposing a no-fly zone, in order "to end the killing taking place in Libya." Declaring that......
  • Armenian genocide memorialized on L.A.-area freeway signs

     
    It's only a sign. But the large green sign unveiled next to the Pomona Freeway packed an emotional punch for those gathered Friday in Montebello. "Armenian Genocide Martyrs Monument Next Exit," it reads. A pair of the directional signs, authorized......
  • FFF 2011 movie review: Kinyarwanda

     
    “Funny thing about genocide,” a character narrates in the American and Rwandan-made drama “Kinyarwanda.” That funny thing — you never know if the knock at your door is coming for you, or “them,” the people you'...
  • Obama, who said he saw a civilian slaughter looming in Libya, marks the anniversary of Rwanda's massacre

     
    Deaths of some 800,000 people in 100 days went largely unnoticed at first....