Topic: protests

YEREVAN – It was around 1:00 a.m. on November 10 that the people of Armenia were made aware of a shocking development: Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan agreed to a Moscow-brokered truce effectively surrendering the bulk of the provinces[...]

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – On Monday, October 26, ten members of the Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) of the Western United States began a six-day hunger strike at the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles to stand in[...]

NEW YORK – A demonstration against biased New York Times coverage of the Artsakh conflict began on the afternoon of November 1 at the New York Armenian Prelacy, with protesters marching to the New York Times headquarters on 41st Street[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Shifting locations marked yet another event Sunday afternoon, October 31, by the greater Boston Armenian community in its support of the Republic of Artsakh and its month-long defense against an invasion by Azerbaijan[...]

By Jean Eckian PARIS – For the fourth time during the current crisis, 20,000 French-Armenian inhabitants of Paris and around gathered on the Place du Trocadéro, in front of the Eiffel Tower on October 25 to demand France recognize[...]

CHICAGO – Due to its status as America’s third largest city, the presence of both Armenian and Turkish consulates, a thriving Armenian community, as well as a substantial Turkish community, Chicago is becoming a hotspot for protests[...]

PARIS – Armenians rallied in large numbers on October 18 in Paris in the third rally in recent days concerning Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh and Armenia (see the accompanying article by Jean Eckian in the Mirror). Actor and[...]

BOSTON – A handful of Azerbaijanis were demonstrating in front of the Massachusetts State House in Boston in the afternoon of October 19 and stayed until the evening. The police made them remove their flag from the wall, according to[...]

By Ken Martin Special to the Mirror-Spectator WORCESTER , Mass. – Worcester, the “Mother City” in America for Armenian immigrants seeking sanctuary since the late 19th century from political oppression and Genocide, and a hub for[...]

By Jean Eckian Paris – Around 20,000 Armenians gathered near the Invalides institution on Sunday, October 18, to listen to several speakers and activists for the Armenian cause, including Ara Toranian and Mourad Papazian, the[...]