France

PARIS (Armenpress) — Sorbonne University of Paris hosted the international seminar “Komitas: Crossroads of Classic and Modern,” on September 28. The event took place at Sorbonne’s Grand Salon, the very same hall where nearly a[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Yerevan’s TUMO center will host the La Francophonie Economic Forum on October 10. Deputy minister for economic development and investments Mane Adamyan told a news conference that they expect 360 participants at[...]

PARIS (Combined Sources) — Thousands of people gathered in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on Tuesday, October 2, to sign a condolence book and pay their last respects to Charles Aznavour, who died on Monday, October 1. His death at the[...]

PARIS (RFE/RL) — French President Emmanuel Macron met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Paris on Friday, September 14, for talks focused on an upcoming summit of Francophonie nations to be held in Yerevan next month.[...]

PARIS (RFE/RL) — French President Emmanuel Macron met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Paris on Friday, September 14, for talks focused on an upcoming summit of Francophonie nations to be held in Yerevan next month.[...]

VITRY-SUR-SEINE, France (Deutsche Welle) – The Armenian tailor was the last surviving member of the Manouchian group, a World War II resistance cell made up of foreigners that carried out attacks in Nazi-occupied France. President[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff BELMONT, Mass. – Tamara Stepanyan’s “Those from the Shore” was screened on Sunday, March 11 at 3:30 pm at the third annual Global Cinema Film Festival at the Studio Cinema. Stepanyan[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) —  The final list of participants of the La Francophonie Summit in Yerevan is not complete yet, Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan told reporters on February 20. Yet, he added, “The  participation of the[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff PARIS – Filmmaker Tamara Stepanyan is a true representative of the new generation of diasporan Armenians. Born in Soviet Armenia, and speaking Eastern Armenian and Russian, she moved with her family[...]

NICE, France – A new wave of Armenians came to Nice after the Armenian Genocide, in the early 1920s. A local Armenian church, St. Mary, was consecrated in 1928. Today there are approximately 4-5,000 Armenians living in the city, and[...]