Topic: Karabakh war 2020

FRESNO —Journalist and political analyst Tatul Hakobyan will speak on “The 44 Day Disaster: Why It Happened as It Did” at 10 a.m. (Pacific time)/1 p.m. (Eastern time) on Saturday, March 6. The presentation is part of the Spring 2021[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Multiple cases of vandalism are being recorded in the territories of Artsakh that have gone under Azerbaijani control after the 2020 war. Infoteka24, a leading online news portal, labeled the Azeri vandalisms as a[...]

It looks like all around the globe, there are developments and transformations in many regions that are undergoing a reset. President Joe Biden reversed the foreign policy course set by his predecessor, Donald Trump, who led the US to[...]

ECHMIADZIN – The Artsakh war led to tens of thousands of Armenians fleeing to Armenia for refuge, while many others in Artsakh lost their homes, family members and livelihoods. There are many different humanitarian programs to help these[...]

YEREVAN — Artsakh officials insist that tourists and foreign press are still welcome as details on recent reports of Russian peacekeepers preventing foreign journalists from entering the republic continue to emerge. The Artsakh[...]

By David Phillips NEW YORK (Ahval) – On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani armed forces attacked Nagorno Karabakh (“Artsakh” in Armenian). They were backed by the Turkish military and jihadist mercenaries with armed drones,[...]

STEPANAKERT – David (Davit) Babayan is a familiar figure to those interested in the Artsakh Republic or Nagorno Karabakh. He has held various Artsakh government positions since 2000 and since 2013 has often acted as a governmental[...]

It was in the middle of October, not long after the outbreak of the war in Nagorno-Karabakh. Amalia Safaryan, a young pianist living in Marburg, called her friend, Seda Nahapetyan, a singer in Giessen. Her message was urgent: “We have to[...]

YEREVAN — The American University of Armenia (AUA) has successfully reached its goal for the “Honoring Those Who Served: Investing in our Veterans” Education endowed scholarship campaign, raising more than $1.5 million for AUA[...]

Dear Editor: With utter bafflement, I read Jirair Libaridian’s response to my opinion piece of February 3. I could not imagine a more comprehensive and systematic distortion of my arguments. From the very first sentence, where Libaridian[...]