Topic: Karabakh war 2020

NEW YORK — It is unfortunately all too obvious that in spite of First and Second Wave feminism and some real progress in women’s rights, that we still have a long way to go. Twenty years after the United Nation’s ambitious Resolution[...]

STEPANAKERT (RFE/RL) — A senior Nagorno-Karabakh official was sacked on Monday, April 19, hours after criticizing Armenian authorities’ efforts to secure the release of Armenian soldiers and civilians remaining in Azerbaijani[...]

DETROIT — The Nareg-Shavarshan Lodge #6 of the Knights of Vartan celebrated their 100th anniversary in 2018. Over the past century, between the Detroit lodges of the Knights and Daughters of Vartan, about 2 million in aid has been sent[...]

YEREVAN (mfa.am) – On April 12, with the participation of the president of Azerbaijan a “park” dedicated to Artsakh war was opened in Baku, where along with the Armenian military equipment the mannequins of the servicemen of the[...]

Armenia and Artsakh were struck a heavy blow of historical significance as a result of the 44-day war. If the regional great powers supported this terrible calamity, the responsibility of the ruling authorities in Armenia was also not[...]

WASHINGTON – Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the United States Varuzhan Nersesyan highlighted the problems of Azerbaijan illegally retaining and abusing Armenian captives and destroying Armenian cultural monuments after last[...]

Fair Lawn, N.J. — On Saturday, March 27 at 5:30 p.m., St. Leon Armenian Church will host its first hybrid event with an in-person and virtual audience. Journalist and author Tatul Hakobyan will deconstruct events leading up to and[...]

DETROIT — The disaster of the 2020 Artsakh War led to as many as 100,000 refugees to initially flee Artsakh to Armenia. While many returned after the war, the humanitarian needs remain great and the resources of the Armenian and Artsakh[...]

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Armenian Genocide Commemoration Committee of Connecticut program for 2021 will take place on April 24 at 10:30 a.m. virtually. The program will commemorate the 106th anniversary of this horrific event and will[...]

MONTREAL — Concordia University cancelled an event scheduled on March 19, during which the Turkish Ambassador to Canada, Kerim Uras, was to speak on Karabakh. The cancellation of the event was organized by International Relations Society[...]