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BOSTON – A cross-section of Armenian-American organizations in Boston issued a statement calling for unity and solidarity on September 21,[...]

BEDFORD, Mass. — In a follow-up to a meet and greet event with the Massachusetts Armenian community last week, taking place just as the Azerbaijani attacks on Armenia were commencing, Massachusetts Attorney General and gubernatorial[...]

We join our voice to that of all peace-loving people to condemn the September 13 Azerbaijani attack targeting the regions of Sotk, Jermuk, Kapan and Vardenis, all within the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia, which resulted in[...]

By Rebecca Robbins and Jenny Gross BOSTON (New York Times) — The vaccine manufacturer Moderna sued Pfizer and BioNTech on Friday, August 26, claiming that its rivals’ Covid-19 shot copied groundbreaking technology that Moderna had[...]

BOSTON — Festive events are being held in September to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Armenian Heritage Park on The Greenway, Boston. On Sunday, September 18, at 3 p.m., all are invited to come together to meet/greet and enjoy the[...]

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[...]

BOSTON — Internationally recognized singer-songwriter Arpine Martoyan, known by her professional stage name Maléna, will perform in Boston this summer after receiving the Armenian Scholarship to attend a coveted Berklee summer program.[...]

WATERTOWN — Like many of us, I usually tend to keep up with developments in technology as they reach us in dribs and drabs, without really paying attention to the overall picture. Yet according to some experts, we are in a period of[...]

YEREVAN — According to the World Health Organization, annually about 400,000 children up to 19 years old develop cancer. In Armenia each year approximately 8,500 people are diagnosed with cancer, and 80-100 of them are children. Recently[...]