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- A non-profit, non-political, and non-sectarian organization dedicated to promoting closer cultural and economic ties between the people of America and Armenia.
Armenia and Jews
- Offers country data, brief information on the Jewish community, its relations with Armenians and bilateral relations with Israel.
Armenia, Yesterday and Today
- Pictures and information by someone recently introduced to Armenia.
Armenia: A Year in Images
- An ongoing project depicting life in Armenia through the photographs and articles. Produced in collaboration with UNDP, Freenet, Noyan Tapan, and One World Multimedia.
Armenia: Portraits of Survival
- A photo-essay by Jerry Berndt depicting suffering in Armenia after the 1988 earthquake and the economic crisis attending the collapse of the USSR. Features an introduction by Professor Donald Miller of USC.
- The first public access service in Armenia - free e-mail, web hosting, training courses
- The Ararat-Eskijian Museum was created for the preservation of national Armenian treasures. It also contains documentation of the Genocide.
Armenian Openweb Workshop
Assyrian Photo Gallery
- Start of an ongoing project on the Assyrian Community in the Republic of Armenia in cooperation with the Armenian-Assyrian community.
- A website for Armenians to share stories and images from Armenia.
Human Development Report, 1998
- Best Armenian Website Prize
Southern California's Armenian Events
- Site regularly posts Armenian Events of Southern California. Includes dinner dances, concerts, art displays, dances classes, Armenian organizations' events, and so on.
Ten Years After the Armenian Earthquake
- Photographs and articles recording the aftermath of the 1988 Armenian earthquake.
The Ceasefire in Nagorno Karabagh
- Photographs and articles on the conflict in Nagorno Karabagh.
Yezidi Kurds in Armenia
- Photographs, articles and analysis surrounding the Yezidi minority in Armenia
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