Topic: protest

YEREVAN ( — An outspoken archbishop leading protests against the Armenian government’s territorial concessions to Azerbaijan demanded that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan resign as he rallied tens of thousands of[...]

We call on the Armenian authorities to refrain from any forceful action and to create an occasion for an explanatory and conciliatory meeting. Theocracy is not demanded, but rather true[...]

By Karine Simonian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — An outspoken archbishop and his supporters began marching on Saturday, May 4, to Yerevan from a border village in the northern Tavush province that[...]

BRUSSELS — On October 1, more than 5,000 European Armenians gathered in front of the European Parliament in Brussels. The protest was organized by the group Europeans for Artsakh. It[...]

BOSTON — A coalition of Boston-area youth, activist, and advocacy groups has organized a series of protests/vigils in front of the JFK Federal Building in Boston to demand forceful action[...]

BERLIN — The demonstration in Berlin on September 23 had been organized weeks earlier; the Diocese of the Armenian Church in Germany, the Central Council of Armenians in Germany, along[...]

STEPANAKERT (Azatutyun) — Thousands of people rallied in Stepanakert on Friday, July 14, in what local officials described as the start of daily protests against Azerbaijan’s seven-month blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh[...]

BERLIN — “Israel, stop arming Azerbaijan’s genocidal dictatorship!” With this call, two Berlin-based civil society groups held a vigil in front of the Israeli Embassy on March 26. Twenty people[...]

GLENDALE, Calif. – The Los Angeles area organization Unified Young Armenians organized a rally on October 4 at Artsakh Street in Glendale, California, in support of the Republic of Artsakh’s[...]

By Ken Martin BOSTON – Armenians from throughout New England held a strong protest at the Massachusetts Statehouse and made a big noise on Friday afternoon, October 2, 2020, in[...]