YEREVAN — Actor and director Arthur Haroyan was born in Vanadzor, Armenia and studied at the Russian Language and Literature Department of the Pedagogical Institute. From 1999 to 2008, he worked at the Hovhannes Abelyan State Drama[...]

WASHINGTON — Armenia’s national soccer team remains a tough opponent for its groupmates in Euro 2024 qualifying games. After defeating Wales and Latvia last June, the Armenian squad collected six scores and ranked 2nd in Group D of[...]

By Michael Rubin Azerbaijan is on a war footing. On September 9, Artsakh, the Kosovo of the Caucasus, an ethnic Armenian republic set on land Soviet leader Joseph Stalin transferred to Azerbaijan, held presidential elections. It was the[...]

WASHINGTON — The Republic of Artsakh is currently experiencing some of the most difficult times in its tumultuous history. Azerbaijan is maintaining its chokehold on Karabakh (Artsakh) by blockading the Lachin Corridor, unrepentant in[...]

As the humanitarian crisis deepens in Nagorno Karabakh with no light at the end of the tunnel, discussions are underway on how to solve this emergency. Russia, the US, and the EU are all making diplomatic efforts to find a solution. Russia[...]

LONDON (Daily Mail) — The children of autocrats have been revealed as the ultimate owners of £250 million worth of British properties after new transparency rules allowed them to be identified. New laws require offshore companies that[...]

BERLIN — On September 2, Armenians in Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt were joined by local human rights groups in demonstrations to protest the threatened genocide in Karabakh (Artsakh), and demand effective humanitarian and political[...]

By Nicholas Kristof With its Russian torture chambers and slaughter of civilians, the war in Ukraine is horrifying enough. But what if another country is taking advantage of the distraction to commit its own crimes against humanity? Meet[...]

YEREVAN ( — An Armenia soldier wounded in an Azerbaijani cross-border attack last week remains in critical condition, the Defense Ministry reports. Three Armenian soldiers were killed and two others injured in Azerbaijani[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Authorities in Nagorno-Karabakh have decided to ration bread in the capital Stepanakert to cope with a serious shortage of flour resulting from Azerbaijan’s nine-month blockade of the Lachin corridor. They began[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Russia denounced on Monday, September 4, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s fresh criticism of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh and his claims that Moscow is “unwilling or unable” to defend Armenia and[...]