Armenia

YEREVAN (Armenpress, Public Radio of Armenia) – Armenia’s former President Robert Kocharyan was released from custody on court order on August 13. The Court of Appeals ruled to release him[...]

Armenia had hardly regained domestic peace as a result of the Velvet Revolution, when urgent foreign policy issues began amassing on its borders. Constant threat of war with Azerbaijan is[...]

WASHINGTON – The results of cultural diplomacy and American efforts in Armenia are often encountered, but it is rare to hear diplomats publicly define and discuss this oft ambiguous tool[...]

By Larry Tart Special to the Mirror-Spectator SASNASHEN, Armenia – Few Armenian Americans are aware that 17 United States Air Force airmen perished in a crash in Armenia on September[...]

Common folks in Egypt have a very keen sense of humor.  They can create anecdotes to render the most complex political issues into simple humorous stories. One such anecdote is[...]

WATERTOWN – The new government of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has been sending various representatives to meet with Armenians in the diaspora over the past several months. Diaspora Minister Mkhitar[...]

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N. J. – Upon the request of Armenia’s Ministry of the Diaspora and the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia to the United States, a town hall community[...]

NEW YORK – July 20, 2018, marked a celebratory evening at the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America in New York City, as Armenia’s new Foreign Minister Zohrab[...]

NEW YORK, BOSTON – Armenia’s new minister of diaspora Mkhitar Hayrapetyan will be visiting various American communities, including New York/New Jersey, Boston and Los Angeles, in the next few weeks.[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — At least 75 people have died and 156 have been injured in forest fires raging near Athens, the Greek Civil Protection Agency said on Tuesday, July 24.[...]