Armenian Genocide Commemoration
* Hundreds of thousands of Armenians will go to Tsitsernakaberd Memorial on 24th of April to remember the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
* Light-the-night action as well as torchlight procession will be held on April 23 in Yerevan.
* Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute opened a temporary exhibition "Armenian genocide: frontpage coverage in the foreign media". The exhibition comprises over 70 Russian, Italian, French, American and British original newspapers and magazines dating to 19th-21th centuries, which covered the issues related to the Armenian massacres and Armenian question on their frontpages.
Genocide Recognition News
2010-03-11 Swedish Parliament recognized Armenian Genocide. Majority of Swedish parliament voted in favor of resolution describing the mass killings of Armenians and other Christian minorities in modern Turkey by the end of World War I as genocide, Swedish media say.
2009-04-25 Statement of President Barack Obama on Armenian Remembrance Day: "Ninety four years ago, one of the great atrocities of the 20th century began. Each year, we pause to remember the 1.5 million Armenians who were subsequently massacred or marched to their death in the final days of the Ottoman Empire. The Meds Yeghern must live on in our memories, just as it lives on in the hearts of the Armenian people..."
Obama did not pronounce the word "genocide", although he used the Armenian term "Mets Yeghern".