Sevana woke up my curiosity, which Armenian newspaper is that centenarian "UFO" ?
Not much newspapers - specially Armenians - can boast about such a longevity.
Thanks mayrig and internet here's the info : http://www.acam-france.org/contacts/diaspora-monde/turquie.htm
So it's JAMANAK, daily newspaper, entirely in Armenian till today, and founded in Istanbul, 1908 (not the present Jamanag newspaper of Armenia).
Chronologically speaking, i guess that the next most old one in the world, is the French oratert HARATCH founded in France 1925 (the newspaper voluntary ceased publication during nazi's occupation in WWII), also entirely written in armenian.
It celebrated it's 80th anniversary 3 years ago, which was worth an exhaustive article from France-Arménie : Haratch, une vie de plomb et de papier
"plomb" =lead, because the newspaper's still printed today in the antic way : with lead letters that a person must place in the "press" machines.
Most of armenians in France are aware of this venerable newspaper's weakness, surviving in a incredible way, absolutely linked to the life of Arpik Missakian, and whose number of armenian readers lessen more and more as time passes. And i also witness often how weak is the situation of other Armenian newspapers in France, even in french and with a slower periodicity !
Comparing France and Turkey is edifying : Armenian community in France is something like 10 times more numerous than Turkey's one... who has not only one, but 2 daily newspapers in armenian, the other is MARMARA also founded since so long, in 1940 !
Haratch in France is the only daily newspaper, there's no other Armenian daily newspaper here, even in french. Needless to say that there's no comparison possible about our community's liberties here, with the ones "tolerated" for the armenians of Turkey...
Anyway, it's like Armenian schools declining situation, and more generally everywhere : the disappearance threat of "Armenianness"... but, we don't know how, still here, and even more strongly in the worst conceivable environment.