By Themistocles Kritikakos
In 1998 the Hellenic Parliament recognised 14 September as a day of national mourning for the Genocide of the Greeks of Asia Minor. The past two decades the Armenian genocide has been extended by scholars to include the lesser-known genocide cases of the Greeks of Asia Minor (including Pontos) and Eastern Thrace as well as Assyrians in the period of 1914-1923 with an estimate of up to 3 million...
Baghdad -- The Government and people of Iraq have a "humanitarian, moral and national" duty for to support the survival and permanence of Christians in the Nineveh Plain as an "integral part" of the local and national social fabric, this according to Card Louis Raphael Sako.
By Zainab Mehdi
Two years ago, the Islamic State was defeated in Iraq. Whether it was the US-led strikes or Iranian Major-General Qassem Soleimani's support to Iraqi forces that played a key role in defeating the militant group, it still poses a threat to Iraq's stability. A report written by Glenn A.
By Alexsandra Davood
The Pentagon Memorial, located just southwest of The Pentagon in Arlington County, Virginia, is a permanent outdoor memorial honoring the 184 victims who died when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the five-sided building on September 11, 2001. The unique design was selected from 1,126 memorial proposals from around the world.
By Heather Preston
A Christian library in Iraq that was set on fire during an invasion by Islamic has been reopened to the public. IS militants invaded the city of Qaraqosh in 2014, destroying homes, churches and libraries and displacing tens of thousands of Christians in the area. Qaraqosh has the largest Christian population in the Nineveh Plains, Northern Iraq.
Beirut -- The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned Iraqi Kurdistan authorities' detention and deportation of Spanish freelance journalist Ferran Barber and urged the authorities to allow local and foreign journalists to do their jobs freely.