State of New Jersey Recognizes Artsakh, Condemns Turkish-Azerbaijani Aggression
New Jersey became the 10th U.S. state to recognize Artsakh today, reports the Armenian National Committee of America – Eastern Region (ANCA-ER).
The New Jersey State Senate unanimously passed SCR. 71, spearheaded by State Senator Joseph Lagana.
Earlier in the day, ANCA National Board member Ani Tchaghlasian and ANC NJ advocate Joe Ariyan ...
Armenian Wrestler Defeats Azerbaijani Rival, Wins Gold at U21 European Championship
(Armradio)- Armenian wrestler Lyova Gevorgyan (125 kg) defeated Aydin Akhmadov (Azerbaijan) 11-0 in the last round to win gold at the U21 European Freestyle Wrestling Championship in Dortmund, Germany.
Seven Armenian athlete participated in the tournament.
Manvel Khndzrtsyan (57 kg) and Levik Mikayelyan won silver medals, while Narek ...
US President Biden Tweets Congratulating Armenia On Elections
US president Joe Biden in a tweet has congratulated Armenia for conducting parliamentary elections. Biden’s tweet read:
“Congratulations to the people of Armenia and Prime Minister Nikol pashinyan on successful parliamentary elections. Our partnership with Armenia is one of shared values and cooperation on democratic reform and ...
Boston Globe’s Anush Elbakyan Wins Two Emmy Awards
(Armradio)- Boston Globe’s Anush Elbakyan received two Emmy awards at the 44th Boston/New England Emmy Awards Virtual Ceremony on June 26.
She received one of the awards for “The virus’s tale,” an inside story of how coronavirus spread in Massachusetts.
The virus's tale from Boston Globe Video on Vimeo...
Museum of The Bible Launches Online Exhibition On Churches of Artsakh
The Museum of the Bible in Washington hosted ՛՛Ancient Faith: The Churches of Nagorno Karabakh՛՛ event celebrating the launch of a new online exhibition documenting the sacred sites of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh).
In his opening remarks, Armenia’s Ambassador to the US Varuzhan Nersesyan highlighted this initiative and expressed ...
18th Century Armenian Church Heavily Damaged in Turkey
(Armradio, Agos)- Surp Toros Armenian Church, which was built in Kayseri in the 18th century, has been heavily damaged by treasure hunters.
A 2-meter pit has been dug in a room of the Surp Toros Armenian Church in the Tavlusun District of Melikgazi district. Inscriptions have been sprayed on the walls of the church.
HDP Diyarbakır ...