Topic: 2020 Artsakh war aftermath

WATERTOWN — In the wake of the surrender of the government of Artsakh to a massive military assault by Azerbaijan, greater Boston-area Armenians attended a community-wide prayer and gathering for Artsakh, organized by the Armenian[...]

STEPANAKERT — On Monday, September 25, a wedding took place in Sourp Astvatsatsin Church in Stepanakert. Apparently, the couple, whose names were not readily available,  wanted to get married in Artsakh. This will probably be the last[...]

WATERTOWN — On Sunday, September 24, parishioners of St. Stephen’s Armenian Apostolic Church found a disturbing note on the church’s outside bulletin. The note read “Artsakh is Dead, Karabakh is Azerbaijan.” Watertown Police are[...]

Tessa Hofmann, a well-known German scholar of Armenian and Genocide studies, PhD, research scholar at the Free University of Berlin, on April 11 gave an interview to the Orbeli Analytical Research Center about the severe humanitarian[...]

TEHRAN (Azatutyun) — Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan discussed with Iran’s leaders Armenia’s ongoing peace talks with Azerbaijan and described the Islamic Republic as his country’s “special partner” during a visit to Tehran on[...]

There were no particular details or leaks in the media about the meeting in Washington between the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan at the end of June but it is obvious that Washington is trying to regulate Armenian-Azerbaijani[...]