YEREVAN — The fabric of Armenia’s societal and cultural landscape is richly woven with the threads of its diaspora, individuals scattered across the globe yet united by a common heritage[...]

YEREVAN/TALLINN — Estonian writer Kalle Käsper (born in 1952 in Tallinn) graduated from the Russian philology department of the University of Tartu and the Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and Directors[...]

YEREVAN (PanARMENIAN.Net) — Greco-Roman wrestlers Karen Aslanyan and Davit Ovasapyan won gold medals at an international tournament held in Tallinn, Estonia, on April 3. Earlier, other young wrestlers participating in[...]

By Mihran Aroian Special to the Mirror-Spectator Last week, I had an opportunity to attend a lecture by Alar Karis, the president of Estonia. After attending meetings at the United[...]

YEREVAN / TALLINN — Estonian writer Armin Kõomägi was born in 1969, in Moldova. He started writing in 2003 when he was 34. His first book, published in 2005, was[...]

YEREVAN / THESSALONIKI — Greek Armenian businessman and researcher Akis (Sarkis) Dagazian is active in Armenian-Greek cooperation. Born in 1975 in Komotini in northeastern Greece, he studied at Panteion University[...]

RIGA – In 2005, the year of the 90th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, five countries recognized the Armenian Genocide, with Lithuania being the last one. The parliament of this[...]