This recipe was featured on July 1, 2022 in The New York Times Food Section. Recipe from Marina Sarukhanyan, adapted by Joan Nathan. For her birthday, my friend Audrey wanted one thing: a lentil soup from Yerevan Market and Cafe, an[...]

By Susan Badalian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Armenia is due to start building next month the Armenian section of a new highway that will replace the existing corridor connecting it with Nagorno-Karabakh. The five-kilometer-wide Lachin[...]

By Nane Sahakian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Nagorno-Karabakh’s military on Monday, August 1, accused Azerbaijani forces of launching attacks on its positions in the territory’s north and northwest. The Karabakh Defense Army said that[...]

BOSTON — While Arpine Martoyan is a regular 15-year-old from Armenia, her alter ego, Maléna, is an international singing sensation who won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) in 2021 with the song, Qami Qami, the live performance[...]

BOSTON — A new organization hopes to provide a framework through which innovators in Armenia — be they scientists, academics or artists — would be supported by their diasporan compatriots to gain access to the highest echelons in[...]

YEREVAN — The Second All-Armenian Collaboration Forum, Armenians Forward Together (AFT-2022) is opening August 4, at the ibis Hotel in Yerevan. The forum is a three-day event, in which organizations and individuals from nine different[...]

MARTUNI, Artsakh — Several diaspora organizations have combined efforts to renovate the vocational school in the town of Martuni in Artsakh. The Knights of Vartan, together with the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund, Genesis Armenia, Armenia[...]

By Janice Onanian McMahon Tatev, an Armenian-New Yorker, a multidisciplinary artist who writes the kind of music and possesses the kind of voice that feels right at home in rock, jazz, soul, Armenian folk, classical and pop, is reaching[...]

By Emil Avdaliani Armenia and Azerbaijan are close to reaching a peace agreement that would help to alleviate Armenia’s relative isolation. The potential rapprochement runs parallel to the apparent progress Armenia and Turkey have made[...]

PARIS — The Coordinating Council of Armenian Organizations of France (CCAF), in agreement with 61 political leaders in France, published, on July 28, in the major daily Le Monde an appeal “against the gas agreement with Baku.” In its[...]

By Susan Badalian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Close relatives of a pregnant woman who died after being hit by a police car escorting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s motorcade accused Armenian authorities on Thursday of destroying evidence[...]