Editorial

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

By David Boyajian BELMONT, Mass. — During April, the Belmont Public Library is displaying a selection of books, DVDs, and CDs on the Armenian Genocide and Armenian history and culture. Library Director Peter Struzziero and his staff[...]

STRASBOURG, France (RFE/RL) — An Armenian opposition leader on Friday, April 12, praised Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s latest remarks on Nagorno-Karabakh but disputed his claim that Armenia has become a full-fledged democracy since[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan rejected on Monday, April 15, human rights activists’ and opposition leaders’ criticism of his angry behavior and sacking orders issued during a visit to a customs facility in[...]

By Anna Gziryan CORDOBA, Argentina (Armenpress) — The history of Armenian music, Armenian musical instruments is already taught as a separate subject in the Music Education Professional College of the Argentine city of Córdoba. This[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Various leaders in Armenia issued letters of support to their French counterparts as well as the people of the nation over the tragic fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday, April 15. Prime Minister Nikol[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Vladimir Vardanyan, Member of Parliament representing the My Step faction, and member of the Armenian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), used this platform on April 16 to[...]

NYON, Switzerland (Armenpress) — Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Arsenal will be given the full support of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) in order to secure a visa for the Armenia international to play in the Europa League[...]

MEMPHIS and LOS ANGELES (Combined Sources) — Anna Hakobyan, the wife of Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, concluded her tour of the US, during which she focused on raising funds for the treatment of cancer-stricken children in[...]

METHUEN, Mass. – Those who drive these days on Route 1 in the towns of Foxborough and Lynnway, or on 495 in Methuen of the commonwealth of Massachusetts may notice several billboards honoring the memory of the victims of the Armenian[...]

By Varoujan Avedikian Last week Armenian social and other media outlets exploded with the news that acting minister of culture has fired world renowned conductor and a graduate of Juilliard School (how many do we have of those?) Constantin[...]

ROME (mixed sources) – The Italian parliament’s lower house on April 10 approved a motion calling on the Italian government to “officially recognize the Armenian genocide” and raise the profile of this issue at the[...]