From Haykaram Nahapetyan

Haykaram Nahapetyan

Haykaram Nahapetyan
Haykaram Nahapetyan, is the video correspondent for the Armenian Mirror-Spectator. Based in Washington, D.C., he travels frequently around the United States, Armenia, Artsakh and elsewhere.

ISTANBUL – The website pokrig.org is a “heqiataran” or an online portal of fairy tales that are combined for Armenian pokrigs (children) of two age groups: four to seven and eight to eleven year old ones. The stories are in[...]

ARDAMED/EDREMIT, Van Province, Turkey/Western Armenia – The question as to whether in the famous town of Van, the historic capital of Armenia, and its surrounding province, there is an Armenian population in the 21st century now has a[...]

ARLINGTON, Va. – Gregory Stanton, the president of the International Association of Genocide Scholars (2007-2009) and the founder and the president of Genocide Watch, which exists to “predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and[...]

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Amid coronavirus and rainy weather the staff of the Armenian Embassy and Artsakh’s permanent representation, together with a number of community members, laid a wreath at the khachkar in the yard of the Embassy[...]

ISTANBUL – One of Armenia’s neighbors, Iran, is among the top 10 countries with over 44 thousand registered cases of coronavirus (numbers change quickly), while Turkey which only on March 9 reported its first positive result of the[...]

WASHINGTON – “Armenian Odyssey: The Color of Pomegranates” is the symbolic title of a series of cultural events that will start at the end of this week with the “Tribute to Sergei Parajanov” event in the nation’s capital.[...]

WASHINGTON – Istanbul-based Turkish-Armenian journalist, community activist and musician Bagrat Esdukian wants to move to Armenia and settle there. The reason why he would not do that is because he feels he needs to remain in Turkey to[...]

NEW YORK – Under the non-Armenian name Arthur Edmund Carewe there was a man with a very Armenian identity – Hovsep Hovsepian, once one of the most prominent actors on Broadway and a famous American silent-movie star. Many[...]

STEPANAKERT — K’ndzmendzyuk, chercheruk, s’msemok, mokhratal are just a few of the over two dozen herbal plants, many of whose names are quite tough to pronounce, that the people of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) use in baking[...]

WASHINGTON – There is a chance that during the forthcoming days, when the United Nations is marking the anniversary of the Genocide Convention, the US Senate will adopt the Armenian Genocide Resolution. Last week, after the senator from[...]

WASHINGTON – For the third time, Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) on December 5 took the floor seeking unanimous consent of his colleagues to affirm the Armenian Genocide S. 150 resolution. And once again the voting was been blocked[...]