Topic: humanitarian aid

BRUSSELS (Public Radio of Armenia) — Armenia and the European Union have decided to launch work on an ambitious new partnership agenda, EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy[...]

WASHINGTON — Senator and ranking member of the Foreign Affairs Committee Robert Menendez believes that when “we guard against Genocide, when we prevent ethnic cleansing, when we speak out against[...]

WATERTOWN — The Artsakh Refugees Aid Program launched by the Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada (TCA) already has begun to help forcibly displaced Armenians from Artsakh[...]

By Dr. Jirair Ratevosian Special to the Mirror-Spectator Azerbaijan’s deadly attack in the Nagorno-Karabakh region this week is every Armenian’s worst nightmare come true. Today, 106 years after formally recognizing[...]

LOS ANGELES — It is with heavy hearts that we address the recent occupation of Artsakh. Azerbaijan through an unprovoked military attack successfully realized its intentions to gain control of[...]

On September 19, Azerbaijan launched a large-scale offensive against the self-declared Nagorno Karabakh Republic with only one goal: to finish with that republic. The Azerbaijani attack was not a surprise[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Official Baku on August 15 condemned the Spanish government for its “unacceptable” decision to “support a separatist regime established by Armenia on the sovereign territory of Azerbaijan.”[...]

STEPANAKERT (NKR Info Center) — In response to media inquiries, the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic’s Information Center on January 27 informed via its Facebook page that 100 tons of food donated by[...]

STEPANAKERT — The reverberations of Azerbaijan’s attacks on Karabakh have affected the population in more ways than simply fear. Following Azerbaijan’s incursion this past week into the village of Parukh,[...]

By Hovel Chenorhokian Seda Aznavour sings (here): “There is fire in Paradise, in my Paradise, in Lebanon I wish the whole world loved my Paradise, my Lebanon But many were[...]