Topic: philanthropy

BERDZOR, ARTSAKH – Azerbaijani forces entered the Kashatagh or Lachin District, which contains the vital corridor connecting the Republic of Armenia to Artsakh, on December 1, while most Armenians evacuated the district. The corridor[...]

By Maggie Ovian Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN – On Sunday, September 27, on an ordinary sunny day, Yerevan woke up to news of attacks on the border between Artsakh and Azerbaijan. If you weren’t aware of the news, it might[...]

YEREVAN – Siranush Sargsian is from Sos village in Martuni, Artsakh. She has no news about the state of her home. She heard a lot about Azerbaijanis entering her friend’s homes, burning and destroying them. The[...]

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[...]

LOS ANGELES – It is only 4 p.m.  but the Gevorgyan family barbecue stand on Foothill Boulevard in Tujunga, California, sold out all the food they made for today. This is one of the many charity events organized by Armenian Americans to[...]

By Sarah Stites GYUMRI, Armenia – When my colleague and I called Katrin for a video-chat check-in, the 10-year-old floored us. “This quarantine has helped me improve my relationship with my little brother,” she told us[...]