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Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry Dedicates Walk of Life on Sept. 27 to Young Hero

Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry Dedicates Walk of Life on Sept. 27 to Young Hero

September 19, 2014 10:00 pm
By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — Superheroes come in all sizes. Just ask Fr. Arakel and Yn. Natasha Aljalian of St. James Armenian Church of Watertown....

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Detroit Tekeyan’s Evening of Poetry a Huge Success

Detroit Tekeyan’s Evening of Poetry a Huge Success

September 19, 2014 9:57 pm
By Lucy Ardash DETROIT — An evening of poetry sponsored by the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Detroit attracted a capacity audience at the beautiful galleries of Hagopian...

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US, Armenia Want Answers in Death of Armenian Citizen in Azerbaijan

August 21, 2014 10:59 am
YEREVAN (Armenpress and RFE/RL) — The US State Department issued a statement on the death of the Armenian citizen Karen A. Petrosyan, who was taken captive and killed...

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Open-Air Opera in Shushi Marks Artsakh’s Independence

September 5, 2014 7:06 pm
STEPANAKERT (Hetq) — To mark the 23rd anniversary of Artsakh’s independence, the Alexander Spendarian Opera and Ballet Theater staged an open-air performance of Avet...

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California Senate recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, Armenia Welcomes This

September 5, 2014 7:49 pm
SACRAMENTO (ARKA/Armenpress) — The California State Senate, led by incoming Senate President Pro Tem Kevin De Leon, has passed Assembly member Mike Gatto’s Joint Resolution...

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Caviar Diplomacy in Action

By Edmond Y. Azadian In recent months, investigative journalists unveiled the amount of money, caviar, gold bullion and political capital spent by the Azerbaijani government in the West and especially in the US, to influence legislators in order to promote its policies. No matter how much embarrassment those revelations may cause, Azerbaijan is determined to [...]

Little Sparrow of Armenia Spreads the Truth about Turkish Government Lies

By Rachel Melikian Dear Deniers of the Armenian Genocide, Turkey is officially claiming that since Armenians currently still live in this world, there could not have been an Armenian Genocide. I wonder whether this is your stance too? I have to ask, are you an automaton or a vegetable? Because even animals cry; animals with [...]

Basque Parliament Recognizes Nagorno-Karabagh Self-Determination

Basque Parliament Recognizes Nagorno-Karabagh Self-Determination

TOLOSA, Basque Country — On Friday, September 12, a European Union regional parliament has, for the first time in history, adopted a motion supporting the self-determination of Nagorno-Karabagh following several official visits to the region that were organized by European Friends of Armenia (EuFoA) and the commitment of EuFoA contacts’ network. The motion adopted by [...]

Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry Dedicates Walk of Life on Sept. 27 to Young Hero

Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry Dedicates Walk of Life on Sept. 27 to Young Hero

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — Superheroes come in all sizes. Just ask Fr. Arakel and Yn. Natasha Aljalian of St. James Armenian Church of Watertown. Their son, Gabriel, 5, whose leukemia is now in remission, is one such pint-sized superhero. “When he was diagnosed, he was very young,” Natasha Aljalian said. “At [...]

Detroit Tekeyan’s Evening of Poetry a Huge Success

Detroit Tekeyan’s Evening of Poetry a Huge Success

By Lucy Ardash DETROIT — An evening of poetry sponsored by the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Detroit attracted a capacity audience at the beautiful galleries of Hagopian World of Rugs on Friday, September 12.  Highlight of the event was the introduction of two books of selected poems written by Vahan Tekeyan translated by Gerald Papasian and [...]

Nestle into Noor: A Cozy New Mediterranean Grill in Somerville

By Nancy Kalajian Special to the Mirror-Spectator SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Sitting in the air-conditioned comfort of Noor Mediterranean Grill on a warm summer’s day brought back memories of the restaurant’s opening this year on an extremely frigid January 24. But, once settled in and delighting in Noor’s homemade selections, the climate is the last thing [...]

Turkey Should Reconcile with its Past

By Eduard Nalbandian In international relations there are, unfortunately, cases of missed opportunities. The statement of Recep Tayyip Erdogan followed by the comments of other Turkish senior officials on the eve and after the commemoration of the 99th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide are such cases. The fabricated notions of “common pain,” “just memory” and [...]

Armenian, Azeri Presidents Meet in Wales

Armenian, Azeri Presidents Meet in Wales

NEWPORT, Wales (Vestnik kavkaza) — Azerbaijani and Armenian Presidents Ilham Aliyev and Serge Sargisian and US Secretary of State John Kerry discussed the prospects of settling the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict at the NATO summit here this past week. Kerry emphasized that there was no alternative to a peaceful resolution of the conflict and urged the presidents [...]