From Hollywood’s Little Armenia to the republic whose capital is Yerevan, elections have been rife the past six weeks, with more to come.
“People in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) always feel committed to preserve and restore historical monuments regardless of their ethnic or religious origin,” said David Babayan
President of Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakian on Thursday visited the village of Mataghis in the Martakert region and took part in a tree-planting ceremony
To mark a quarter century of transition beginning with the Soviet collapse in 1991, the USC Institute of Armenia held a two-day conference on April 9 and 10
BY MARAL FIRKATIAN WOZNIAK To what extent do fancy parties with celebrity saturated guest lists affect positive social change? In the case of landmines and the impact they have, namely in developing countries, it turns out the answer is quite a lot. On Tuesday, April 4th, International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine…
The legendary TCL Chinese Theater on Wednesday was the setting for the Los Angeles premiere of the much-anticipated Armenian Genocide-themed film “The Promise”