Topic: Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict

Boston – Over 30 Jewish communal leaders in Massachusetts have signed a letter expressing support for the Armenian community during the current crisis in Armenia, based on shared humanitarian values. The full list of signatories,[...]

By Ken Martin Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON – Armenian-Americans from New England and beyond hit the streets of Boston again to protest the two-week-old war against Artsakh by Azerbaijan and its eager ally Turkey, this time with[...]

Special to the Mirror-Spectator SAN FRANCISCO – Nearly five thousand Bay Area Armenian residents and supporters marched over a mile along the iconic Golden Gate Bridge on Saturday, October 10, to raise a unified voice in protest of[...]

STEPANAKERT — On September 27, a peaceful Sunday morning, residents and tourists alike in Artsakh awoke to the boom of artillery fire and the eerie buzz of Azerbaijani drones. (Fighting near the border as captured on video above.[...]

WASHINGTON – Ambassador Varuzhan Nersesyan, the representative of the Republic of Armenia to the United States, discussed on September 28 the ongoing Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh which began on Sunday, September 27. He noted[...]

YEREVAN – Minister of Defense of the Republic of Armenia David Tonoyan’s message in translation follows. Dear compatriots, Early this morning, crudely violating international humanitarian law norms and the logic of the peaceful[...]

BERLIN — “Make dolma not war.” That is the message that Haykanush Sechelyan transmitted on a poster during a demonstration in Hamburg, Germany on August 1. A member of an Armenian youth group, she was one of many in several cities,[...]

WASHINGTON – Tensions were high in front of the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, July 19. The Armenian Youth Federation arranged an early afternoon protest to call for the end of attacks against Armenia’s Tavush[...]