Topic: Azerbaijani September-October 2020 attack

LOS ANGELES – When we won the war in Artsakh in 1994, it felt like we conquered the entire world! But very soon that world was wrapped with a black ribbon engraved with the golden names of boys, uncles, fathers and grandfathers, who[...]

WASHINGTON – The existential war against Artsakh is galvanizing Armenians of all ages to come together and provide help in all kinds of ways. High school junior Arshak Avetisyan has come up with a unique approach. He has put together a[...]

By Michael Rubin WASHINGTON (National Interest) – The September 11, 2001, terror attacks brought a brief moment of unity to Americans but also ushered in a period of partisan foreign policy. During the Bush administration, Democrats drew[...]

This is a message for those who wonder how they could contribute today to counter the genocidal threat against the people of Artsakh The ongoing aggression against Artsakh is a continuation of the 1915 Armenian Genocide by Turkey. The[...]

STEPANAKERT – The Armenian Mirror-Spectator continues to rebroadcast Artsakh TV’s news reports. We stand in solidarity with our colleagues at Artsakh’s Public TV Company and continue our cooperation, supporting freedom and[...]

GLENDALE, Calif. – Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada (TCA)’s Californian chapters organized an evening fundraising gathering for solidarity with Artsakh on Friday, October 23 at the Armenian Society Center in[...]

STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources) — The war in Artsakh (Karabakh) has shown no signs of slowing down, despite the declaration of a third cease fire earlier in the week, following the meeting of the Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers[...]

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – On Monday, October 26, ten members of the Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) of the Western United States began a six-day hunger strike at the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles to stand in[...]

DETROIT (GPA)– Armenian Mirror-Spectator senior editorial columnist and author Edmond Y. Azadian gave a video interview recently to Geopolitical News Alert (GPA). GPA, founded in 2015 in Pontiac, Michigan, is an independent world news[...]

NEW YORK – A demonstration against biased New York Times coverage of the Artsakh conflict began on the afternoon of November 1 at the New York Armenian Prelacy, with protesters marching to the New York Times headquarters on 41st Street[...]