Topic: ARF

By Artak Khulian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Two more Armenian Diaspora activists from Europe critical of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan have been barred from entering Armenia. Massis Abrahamian, a leader of the pan-Armenian Dashnaktsutyun[...]

By Asya Darbinyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator Bedros Haroian’s Memoirs of a Soldier about the Days of Tragedy (editor Gillisann Harootunian, Tadem Press, Fresno, CA, 2021) describes how Haroian, originally from the village of Tadem,[...]

WATERTOWN — The Boston Sardarabad Gomideh of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation is hosting an event in solidarity with the Armenians of Artsakh and their struggle for the right to self-determination, and to live freely and in peace on[...]

WATERTOWN —  The ARF of Boston, in collaboration with the Armenian churches of Eastern Massachusetts, is hosting a commemorative event on the first anniversary of the atrocities committed against 150,000 inhabitants of Artsakh (Nagorno[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — After a daylong stalemate, the Armenian parliament voted on Friday, August 6, to appoint a leading member of the main opposition Hayastan bloc, Ishkhan Saghatelyan, as one of its three deputy speakers. Armenia’s[...]

Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections not only surprised the losers, but also the winners. After the final rally by former president Robert Kocharyan’s supporters, observers believed that finally the Kocharyan campaign had gained[...]

DETROIT/LANSING — The Michigan Armenian community rallied in support of Artsakh on the steps of the Michigan State Capitol Building on Sunday, October 11. A crowd of about 100-150 people congregated at Michigan’s capital, Lansing,[...]

What is wrong with the Armenian Church? That question begs a number of answers depending upon to whom the question is directed. Many have been alienated from the church in general and from the Armenian Church in particular. Cynicism has[...]

YEREVAN — The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) Supreme Council of Armenia continued its discussions with Armenia’s parliamentary and extra-parliamentary forces, with whom issues related to the country’s socio-political[...]

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Special to the Mirror-Spectator Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s decision to block access to the courts of the Republic of Armenia, using as an excuse the necessary purge of the judiciary, is unconstitutional,[...]