During the past 25 years, a new generation has grown up knowing nothing but the existence of an independent Republic of Armenia.
The 25th anniversary of Armenia’s Independence was marked by a sprawling military parade in the nation’s capital, with hundreds of Armed Forces troops marching on Republic Square
Years ago, a relative of my maternal grandmother paid us a visit in the United States from Soviet Armenia. Like a smug Diasporan, I planted an Armenian tri-color on top of our late seventies Zenith television monitor
Weeks following the Four Day War in early April, the Armenian Youth Federation’s With Our Soldiers program restarted, but this time with the goal of providing monetary aid to the families of the fallen soldiers.
The “With Our Soldiers” campaign is reporting on the efforts made to reach out to the remaining 5 of the 13 families, who lost a loved one during the Four Day War.
President Serzh Sarkisian on Tuesday appointed the first six members of Armenia’s new government
A delegation headed by the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Presidential advisor Yuri Hayrapetian, in South Ossetia to mark that country’s independence day, met with its president, Leonid Tibilov on Monday
On September 16 and 17, the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry celebrated World Marrow Donor Day by holding several donor recruitments in Yerevan.
Secretary of State John Kerry issued a statement Monday on the occasion of Armenia’s Independence Day.
Armenian Revolutionary Federation Bureau member and head of the party’s political affairs Armen Rustamian criticized newly-appointed Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan