From The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Promises $150 Million MOSCOW (Noyan Tapan) — Ara Abrahamian, the chairman of the Union of Armenians in Russia, at the Union Board sitting held here, praised the speech of Armenian[...]

By Daphne Abeel Mirror-Spectator Staff PORTLAND, Maine — It’s not a great pun, but you could call Gerard Kaladjian the Armenian community’s “Maine Man.” Now a resident of Portland, Kaladjian,[...]

Committees Reportedly Formed to Deal with Issues YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — Armenian President Serge Sargisian on Tuesday, July 22 confirmed that diplomats from the two nations had held meetings in[...]

BOSTON (Boston Globe) — After eight years of debate, the Armenian Heritage Foundation has cleared the final major hurdle in its effort to transform a prime space on the Rose[...]

NEW YORK — The Armenian Genocide Museum of America (AGMA) and the Near East Foundation (NEF) signed an agreement of cooperation on June 12 at the Foundation’s international headquarters here.[...]

NEW YORK — Following the 81st convention of the Armenian Democratic Liberal Organization (ADL) last April, the newly-elected co-chairmen, namely Edmond Azadian and Papken Megerian, have embarked on a number[...]

By Daphne Abeel Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN, Mass. — For many years, Armenian lobbying groups and the community have worked tirelessly to bring about recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the[...]

By Desmond Butler WASHINGTON (AP) — A US diplomat nominated to be ambassador to Armenia came under intense questioning Thursday at her confirmation hearing over the US policy not to[...]

Activists Slam Conviction ISTANBUL (Reuters) — Activists condemned on Thursday, June 19, the conviction of a Turkish publisher under a controversial law, which Ankara reformed just two months ago in[...]

NEW YORK — The Armenian Genocide Museum of America (AGMA) and the Near East Foundation signed an agreement of cooperation on June 12 at the foundation’s international headquarters in New[...]

ISTANBUL (Turkish Daily News) — The former head of the intelligence unit in the Black Sea province of Trabzon where Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink’s murderer came from testified he was[...]