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A regional news and analytic center that monitors media resources of the diaspora region and the world and includes news and analysis of regional or Armenian importance, available in Armenian, English, Russian, Persian, Arabic, Spanish, and Turkish.
Asbarez began publication in August 1908 in Fresno as a weekly. After several successful decades the offices and publishing headquarters moved to Los Angeles in the early 1970’s.Asbarez mainly serves the more than 500,000-strong Armenian-American community in the Western US. It is a bilingual daily newspaper, which is published five times a week from 16 to 28 pages Tuesday through Friday and 40 to 48 pages on Saturday.