By Anush Melkonian LONDON — David Miller, former British ambassador to Armenia, was one of the speakers at the London School of Economics screening on March 5 of “The Blue Book,” a British documentary about the ongoing Turkish denial[...]

By Emil Danielyan YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — President Serge Sargisian asserted Armenia’s European vocation on Wednesday at a meeting with the visiting head of an alliance of Europe’s leading conservative parties. Sargisian and Wilfried[...]

Mirror-Spectator Now Offers E-Subscriptions WATERTOWN, Mass. — Starting March 15, the Armenian Mirror-Spectator newspaper will be available to be e-mailed every Thursday, in color PDF format. The annual rate for the e-subscription is[...]

WASHINGTON — In commemoration of the 93rd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (DCA) reaffirmed her commitment to this critical human rights issue. “It is long past time for the president and Congress to[...]

BURGAS, Bulgaria (The Independent) — On February 28, the Town Council of Burgas, 390 kilometers east of Sofia, adopted with an overwhelming majority of the votes, 43 against 2, recognition of the Armenian Genocide of 1915. Moreover, the[...]

ROME — On February 22, the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) joined representatives from various Armenian churches and the local Roman-Armenian community to witness Pope Benedict XVI dedicate the north courtyard of the Vatican[...]

BRUSSELS (Itar-Tass) — The European Union (EU) has opened permanent offices in Azerbaijan and Armenia. They were inaugurated during visits to the South Caucasus countries February 4-6 by the EU Commissioner for External Relations and[...]