Topic: Artsakh war 2020

WASHINGTON – A few hours before departing to the airport to fly back to Yerevan, prominent journalist from Armenia Tatul Hakobyan met community representatives at Washington’s St. Mary Armenian Church on July 11. Briefing about the[...]

By Karolina Pawłowska Special to the Mirror-Spectator The news about a theme park opened in Azerbaijan in April, a place which includes not only the display of original helmets, but also wax models of injured or dead Armenian soldiers,[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dr. Lorky Libaridian spoke on “Cambridge and Yerevan through Covid-19” via Zoom at the annual Cambridge Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA) membership meeting on June 10. This was the second annual meeting of[...]

By Florence Avakian YEREVAN —They gave their ultimate sacrifice for our homeland, and for their devoted service, a grateful nation is showing them its appreciation. “The Insurance Foundation for Servicemen was established in 2017 as a[...]

KAPAN (Armenpress) — A court of general jurisdiction in Armenia’s Syunik province sentenced the two Syrian mercenaries, who were fighting for Azerbaijan against Artsakh during the 2020 war, to life in prison, the Office of the[...]

STEPANAKERT – The Mirror-Spectator continues to work with its Artsakh colleagues to rebroadcast current Artsakh Public Television news reports with English subtitles. The April review of news from Nagorno Karabakh reflects resilience[...]

By Ani Avetisyan BAKU (oc-media.org) – Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has threatened to use force to establish a “corridor” through southern Armenia connecting western Azerbaijan with the Autonomous Nakhchivan Republic.[...]