BERLIN — Every year on April 24, Armenians and Germans gather in the historic St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt and the French Cathedral in Berlin to pay homage to those[...]

BERLIN/FRANKFURT — After massive intimidation efforts by Azerbaijani organizations and the ambassador in Berlin, the hybrid book presentation of The Cultural Heritage of Artsakh will only take place digitally, instead[...]

By Ismail Akbulut Special to the Mirror-Spectator Excitement filled the air as I embarked on a journey to Berlin, the cosmopolitan capital of Germany, with eager anticipation and curiosity. With[...]

BERLIN — On February 28-29, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock met with her counterparts from Armenia and Azerbaijan, Ararat Mirzoyan and Jeyhun Bayramov, respectively. The two-day discussions held in the[...]

By Gayane Arakelyan BERLIN ( — On January 26, the “Facing Together” exhibition opened in Berlin’s “Toolbox” gallery, in which two Armenian artists, Archi Galentz and Gagik Kurghinyan, participated. Kurghinyan[...]

By Rafael Castro Special to the Mirror-Spectator In the turbulent landscape of geopolitics and regional conflicts, nations must sometimes take bold steps to ensure their sovereignty and security. Armenia, a[...]

BERLIN — The war in Ukraine has annihilated human lives and homes, entire cities and their infrastructure, economic activity, places of worship and every other institution of social existence. Civilians[...]

BERLIN — During World War I it was not only the Armenians who fell victim to genocide under the Young Turk regime; other Christians, Greeks and Syrian Orthodox, Aramaeans, were[...]

BERLIN — “Israel, stop arming Azerbaijan’s genocidal dictatorship!” With this call, two Berlin-based civil society groups held a vigil in front of the Israeli Embassy on March 26. Twenty people[...]

BERLIN — If the growing crisis in Nagorno-Karabakh has finally landed on the political agenda in Berlin, it has a lot to do with the working visit of Armenian Foreign[...]