By Hasmik Seymour LONDON — On  January 24, Armenian soprano Ruzan Mantashyan made her much-anticipated début of at the legendary Royal Opera House in Covent Garden in Puccini’s “La[...]

LONDON — On February 1, the Embassy of Armenia in the United Kingdom welcomed members of the Diplomatic Society from University College London for an insightful discussion with Ambassador Varuzhan[...]

LONDON ( — Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, met with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the leader of the Church of England, during his visit to[...]

LONDON (Public Radio of Armenia) — The International Relation and Defence Committee of House of Lords held a hearing on Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia-Azerbaijan relations on January 10. During the hearing, Thomas[...]

LONDON — In the vast landscape of podcasts, a new narrative journey dedicated to one of the most famous victims of the Armenian Genocide is unfolding. Uncovering Roots, a series by[...]

NEW YORK — Cinema enthusiasts gathered at independent and large-stage theaters alike across Sydney, Melbourne, London, and New York for the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) Arts’ eighth annual Armenians[...]

LONDON (Public Radio of Armenia) — The new site of the Armenian Embassy in the United Kingdom was officially inaugurated on November 13 during the official visit of Armenian Foreign Minister[...]

LONDON — On September 23, a Khachkar symbolizing the eternal flame, was unveiled in Ealing Green. It is a masterpiece by a renowned artist from Armenia Varaztad Hampartsoumian. This marked[...]

YEREVAN-LONDON — Born and educated in Great Britain, writer, journalist Julia Harley-Green began writing professionally in Australia in the 1970s where she became a regular contributor to the Sydney Morning[...]

LONDON — The new book, A Precarious Armenia:  The Third Republic, the Karabakh Conflict, and Genocide Politics, by Dr. Gerard J. Libaridian, will be published later this month Gomidas Institute.[...]