Topic: protests

By Mateos Hayes Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN – It was a hot Wednesday of demonstrations in front of the Armenian Parliament on September 16 as angry demonstrators from the opposition party Lusavor Hayastan protested against[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — Some Azerbaijanis around the world are targeting Armenians, possibly responding to jingoistic messages issued by the country’s government, in the wake of that country’s sudden act of aggression against Armenia. In[...]

WASHINGTON – Tensions were high in front of the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, July 19. The Armenian Youth Federation arranged an early afternoon protest to call for the end of attacks against Armenia’s Tavush[...]

FORT COLLINS, Col.— Another round of protests was sparked in Fort Collins on Tuesday, June 2, after an Instagram post went viral inviting people to join in a unity march. The independently organized protest began on the Oval in front of[...]

YEREVAN (Reuters) — Armenia’s prime minister called on Saturday, January 25, for environmental protesters to end their 18-month-old blockade of a foreign-owned gold mine, saying the protest was not in the national interest. The[...]

Activist Targeted by Turkish Authorities Again By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator COLOGNE, Germany — What is really happening in Turkey? And where is it going to lead? What began as a protest against government[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian No one could imagine a few months ago that the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan would return home from his triumphant trips abroad to salvage his ten-year-old rule and bury his Ottomanist dreams in the[...]