Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian's Articles

At the opening of the Alexandria Film Festival yesterday, Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian spoke to Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Nora Armani

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Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian saw Vahé Varjabedian’s latest

Armenia and Egypt are on the right track, and much has been done, but there is still even more work to do, said Armenia’s Ambassador to Egypt Hrachya Poladyan on the 30th anniversary of establishing diplomatic ties between both countries.

Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian toured Expo 2020’s virtual districts and pavilions, visiting the Pharaohs’ land built in Dubai

The event, organised in cooperation with the Armenian Embassy in Cairo, saw the tower lit in red, blue, and orange

Armenia’s political forces have a few more days to hold election rallies before voting starts in the country’s parliamentary elections, writes Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian

US President Joe Biden this week fulfilled his campaign promise to recognise the Armenian Genocide carried out by the former Ottoman Empire during World War I

Once again, the Armenian community in Egypt added a new chapter to their rich history which thousands were recently proud to witness. Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian reports from Port Said

Being one of the first European countries to officially recognise the Armenian Genocide, France continues to support the Armenian nation in its current suffering

Should the international community recognise Nagorno-Karabakh as the only solution to stop the 40-day humanitarian crisis in the region, asks Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian

In an exclusive interview with Al-Ahram Weekly, President of the Republic of Armenia Armen Sarkissian talks about the humanitarian crisis in the Caucasus

Nagorno-Karabakh Human Rights Ombudsman Artak Beklaryan started a campaign, under the hashtag 'DontBeBlind', calling on the international community to focus attention on war crimes committed by Azerbaijan

A renewed flare-up of hostilities has put Azerbaijan and Armenia at loggerheads, with some pointing fingers at Ankara as the main driver of the conflict, writes Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian

The conversion of Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia into a mosque is proceeding apace, allowing President Erdogan to pose as an Islamic conqueror

A US State Department report on religious freedom and a warning early this week left Turkey unhappy. But not wrongly accused, say many

Despite the rapid rise in Covid-19 cases in Turkey, the government is still dealing harshly with prisoners, reports Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian

The Armenian community has deep links in Egypt going back many centuries

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