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Brandon Balayan

Brandon Balayan is a journalist based in Los Angeles, CA. He is currently attending California State University, Northridge to obtain his Bachelor's in Journalism and is covering various stories about the Armenian community in Los Angeles. Prior to this, he spent eight months working and volunteering in Armenia – producing two documentaries, photographing local events, and documenting the life of displaced people from Artsakh in the border villages of Armenia.
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YEREVAN — Armenia has been in a constant tug of war between tradition and modernity, and a district that fully embodies this struggle is Kond. Kond, which means long hill in Armenian, is one of the three original districts of Yerevan,[...]

YEREVAN — On November 15, the Yerevan Skatepark, the first such park in Armenia, was inaugurated. The ceremony included performances by Ukrainian artists, as well as Armenian artists such as the band Garik and Sona (Garik Papoyan and[...]

YEREVAN – On November 17, fighting that started on the previous day along the eastern border of the Syunik region in Armenia became relatively stable, according to a statement by the Armenian Ministry of Defense (MOD). The Armenian side[...]