High Schoolers ‘Last Dance’ Becomes Symbol Of Blockaded Karabakh Armenians

In the midst of ongoing political talks and concerns for the future of ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh, two teenagers have emerged as symbols of resilience. During their high-school graduation ceremony in Stepanakert, Karen Galstian and his classmate Ani seized the moment and danced joyfully in the rain, oblivious to the downpour. What initially seemed like […]

The only mafia you should learn about in Armenia

In the captivating world of the Armenian tech scene, there is a vibrant community known as the Armenian Tech Mafia. This exceptional network is reshaping the industry through unwavering commitment to collaboration, innovation, and support. Within Armenia’s thriving tech ecosystem, a remarkable opportunity presents itself to unlock true potential and ignite a passion for technology. […]

How is He Getting Corporate America to Donate to Armenia?

Dominick Tavitian, a Seattle-native and Product Manager at Affirm, is making strides with his growing start-up ReferMe. Inspired by his Armenian heritage and the concept of donation matching, Dominick is on a mission to help Armenians climb the corporate ladder and secure big corporate jobs. By connecting candidates with corporate job opportunities through employee referrals, […]

Yerevan Has No Intention of ‘Dismantling’ Nemesis Monument

Amid Ankara’s threats, such as closing Turkey’s airspace to an Armenian airline, due to the unveiling of the Nemesis Monument honoring Operation Nemesis heroes, Yerevan city hall has stated that they have no intention of removing the monument. The statement was in response to a query from Azatutyun.am’s Armenian Service regarding Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlut […]

Tufenkian Foundation Expands Artsakh Food Security Program

Tufenkian Foundation provides free crop seeds to boost Artsakh’s food security. In partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture’s Village Support Fund, the foundation has distributed 154 tons of seeds to all Artsakh villagers. The initiative includes buckwheat, pea, lentil, and flax seeds for cultivation, as well as alfalfa and korgana seeds for animal feed. The […]

20 things to do in Armenia

Armenia is a small country with a rich cultural heritage and stunning natural landscapes. Its ancient monasteries, churches, and other historical buildings are over 3,000 years old. The capital city of Yerevan is a great base for exploring the country’s mountains, valleys, and forests. Khor Virap Monastery, Garni Temple, Geghard Monastery Complex, Sevanavank Monastery, and […]

The sixth Yerevan International Book Festival opens its doors

The 6th Yerevan International Book Festival will be held from May 25-27 at the National Academic Theater named after Sundukyan. More than 50 writers, publishers, and cultural organizations from Armenia and other countries will participate in 25 events held in Armenian, Russian, and English. Admission is free and books will be sold at a 20-50% […]


Since Azerbaijan began its disruption of electricity and gas supply to Artsakh on January 9, the Sarsang reservoir, which is a vital source of water resources for the region, has lost much of its volume. Artsakh’s reliance on only six hydroelectric power stations, with Sarsang accounting for 70% of the total capacity, has led to […]

“Silence, We’re reading!”

In today’s fast-paced world, where life is accelerating at an exponential rate, where books have been replaced by screens, and writing by SMS, the Mesrobian College has taken a step back from this trend and implemented a 15-minute break for silent reading, reversing the downhill spiral. https://www.mesrobian.com/PostingRead.aspx?ID=27175