Topic: Artsakh Refugees

WORCESTER, Mass. — Last April, three architectural engineering students from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) submitted their design for a modular home project for Artsakh war refugees as their major qualifying project (MQP), the[...]

STEPANAKERT – The Armenian Mirror-Spectator continues its collaboration with colleagues from Artsakh’s Public TV Company. The videos prepared by reporters of Nagorno-Karabakh cover the debates at Artsakh’s parliament,[...]

YEREVAN — Christmas morning, 8 a.m. I grab my backpack and scurry through the empty streets of Yerevan to the Birthright Armenia office in Republic Square. There, I meet up with Matthieu Sahakian, a French repat and co-founder of the[...]

YEREVAN — The new book by Turkologist and journalist Sofia Hakobyan, titled  Dzayn Hadruti , was published by the Gevorg Virats Publishing House recently. It comprises the memories and experiences of the Armenians of the Hadrut region,[...]

By Margarita Arakelyan STEPANAKERT — The 2020 Artsakh war instigated by Azerbaijan dragged on for 44 days. In that agonizing six and a half weeks, thousands were killed and wounded. Hundreds of POWs still languish in Azerbaijan’s[...]

YEREVAN – On November 17, fighting that started on the previous day along the eastern border of the Syunik region in Armenia became relatively stable, according to a statement by the Armenian Ministry of Defense (MOD). The Armenian side[...]

SHOSH, Artsakh Republic — This is Shosh, a village in Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) that today lies along with the new borderline between Armenians and Azerbaijanis. From their balconies, the locals have a clear view to observe the[...]

YEREVAN (Panorama.am) — According to the latest data, more than 93,000 people of Artsakh took temporary refuge in Armenia during the recent war, chief advisor to the Artsakh president Mikayel Virabyan said at a news conference on[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Russia has allocated 10 million euros ($12.2 million) in financial assistance to thousands of ethnic Armenian residents of Nagorno-Karabakh who fled to Armenia during the recent war. The office of Deputy Prime Minister[...]

YEREVAN — As the latest chapter of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict enters its fourth week, it takes a heavy toll on its participants. Estimates of casualties sustained during the conflict vary wildly, with conservative estimates pegging it[...]