Syria http://kvpr.org en 'A Wound That Doesn't Close': Armenians Suffer Uncertainty Together http://kvpr.org/post/wound-doesnt-close-armenians-suffer-uncertainty-together At St. Elie Armenian Catholic Church in downtown Beirut, Zarmig Hovsepian lit three candles and slowly mouthed silent prayers before Easter Mass. After reciting "Our Father," she added a prayer of her own: "For peace, for Lebanon and the region," she said, underscoring the deep sense of apprehension beneath the surface of otherwise festive Easter celebrations.<p>Next door in Syria, violence recently displaced thousands from the historic Armenian town of Kessab, which rests in northwestern Syria, along the Turkish border. Sun, 20 Apr 2014 19:23:00 +0000 editor 31469 at http://kvpr.org 'A Wound That Doesn't Close': Armenians Suffer Uncertainty Together Commentary: Debate Over Syria Highlighted Separation Of Powers http://kvpr.org/post/commentary-debate-over-syria-highlighted-separation-powers <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">When President Obama asked Congress to make its own decision on invention in the Syrian crisis, it marked a break from other recent military actions, where the commander in chief didn’t seek such approval from the legislative branch. </span></p> Tue, 01 Oct 2013 22:07:50 +0000 Andrew Fiala 23853 at http://kvpr.org Commentary: Debate Over Syria Highlighted Separation Of Powers