From The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

By Edmond Azadian Many people entertained a very naive view that the protocols signed between Armenia and Turkey could take on a life of their own and create some facts on the ground, which we may never[...]

PARAMUS, N.J. — On Sunday, November 22, the Armenian Presbyterian Church had their Thanksgiving Dinner in honor of Andrew Torigian. Andy has been a key individual in many Christian, Armenian and other philanthropic organizations for[...]

By Michele Wilson (Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of features exploring the rich histories and traditions of Bergen’s diverse cultures.) BERGEN, N.J. (201 Magazine) — The unknown story of Bergen’s Armenian people —[...]

BERDZOR, Karabagh — The Board of Directors of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) of US and Canada announces that School No. 2 of Berdzor in the Lachin Corridor (Kashatagh) region of Karabagh has been renamed Vahan Tekeyan[...]

GUMRI (RFE/RL) — Officials insisted on Monday that the renewed reconstruction of regions devastated by the 1988 earthquake is going according to plan as Armenia marked the 21st anniversary of the calamity that killed 25,000 people and[...]

By Suren Musayelyan SPITAK (ArmeniaNow) — A powerful tremor that struck northern Armenia at 11:41 a.m. on December 7 changed the course of the nation’s history 21 years[...]

WASHINGTON (RFE/RL) — US President Barack Obama says he and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have agreed that one of the most important issues the two NATO allies need to resolve is Iran’s nuclear[...]

By Kathy Smiley WASHINGTON (Eastern Colorado News) — An Armenian advocacy group is ratcheting up pressure on a local U.S. congressman, accusing him of being influenced by lobbyists for the Turkish government and calling for him to[...]

WATERTOWN, Mass. — On Sunday, November 29, St. James Armenian Church formally unveiled the new exterior sign of the St. James Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center, located at 465 Mt. Auburn St., at the corner of Mt. Auburn and[...]

By John Lamb FARGO, N.D. (Inforum) — When Norik Astvatsaturov arrived in the United States two decades ago, the Armenian refugee brought with him very little from his former life, other than his wife, daughter and[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — For the past 12 years the Knights of Vartan (K of V) has annually awarded scholarships to students attending the Yerevan State University (YSU) and the State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA) based on need and[...]