Topic: Artsakh blockade

WASHINGTON —The Armenian Youth Federation (AYF)’s Washington’s Ani chapter organized a protest in front of the White House on Saturday, January 21. Concerned with the ongoing blockade against Artsakh and the severe[...]

THE HAGUE ( — Since December 12, a number of Azerbaijani citizens who identified themselves as “environmental activists” have blocked the Lachin corridor, the only way to connect Artsakh (or[...]

THE HAGUE —  A group of Dutch-Armenians kept a three-day silent watch with posters before the Second Chamber (Parliament) of the Netherlands in The Hague in rotating turns from January[...]

LOS ANGELES — A German cancer patient in desperate need of a stem cell transplant might not get a chance to survive because of Azerbaijan’s blockade of Artsakh, announced the[...]

BERLIN — For weeks, political forces in Germany have turned a blind eye to the ongoing Artsakh crisis, while mainstream press organs have observed a complicit silence. Now, as the[...]

THE HAGUE — The Federation of Armenian Organizations in the Netherlands (FAON) started 3 days of silent protest on January 17 in front of the Dutch House of Representatives (Tweede[...]

By Ruzanna Stepanyan YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — French parliament speaker Yael Braun-Pivet expressed serious concern over Azerbaijan’s continuing blockade of the Lachin Corridor and reaffirmed France’s support for Armenia’s territorial[...]

As the blockade of Artsakh imposed by Azerbaijan passed the one-month milestone with no conclusion in sight, many seek to understand how this situation will end. To be able to[...]

STEPANAKERT — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator offers English-subtitled video updates of the latest news from Artsakh in close collaboration with Artsakh’s Public TV Company (Nagorno-Karabakh). The news shows produced by partners[...]

Throughout history Armenians have been notoriously divided, even in the face of catastrophe, and that, more often than not, has contributed to our historic losses. Today, as Artsakh nears the[...]