The Armenian government has decided to initiate a visa-free regime for US citizens.
Every day, medicine becomes increasingly complex. Yet according to recent hype about a newly developed technology, it appears medicine is also becoming (strangely) smaller.
ONEArmenia has launched its newest crowdfunding campaign, this time for lab equipment that will enable mining communities in Armenia to detect toxic pollution in their soil, and water, and identify lead contamination in children’s blood.
Activist groups empower women through creative demonstrations in the city center.
Armenia-born pianist and composer Vardan Ovsepian presented to the audience his own compositions, music of Komitas.
Darchinyan, Miskirtchian fighting for world titles
The USC Institute of Armenian Studies hosted a banquet as over 300 guests gathered for an “Appreciation Evening.”
The victory was new coach Bernard Challandes’ first at the helm of the team.
Hovannisian reflected upon the Lebanon that he discovered and which became his home for a year in the mid-1950s.
The interdisciplinary conference will bring together 14 subfields within Armenian Studies.
Photojournalist Scout Tufankjian has launched a Kickstarter fundraiser for The Armenian Diaspora Project.
The premise of the open exhibition is to showcase mobile applications and mobile software produced in Armenia.
According to sources, the bidding price is set at $47 million, and the auction closes on May 29.
The Armenian-Canadian boxer will be fighting on Adonis Stevenson-Andrzej Fonfara undercard on Saturday in Montreal.
Community celebrates 22nd Anniversary of Shushi’s liberation
Kim Kardashian raises Genocide awareness at Shoah Foundation Gala
The tight end has the opportunity to be the most notable Armenian to ever play in the NFL when he begins his career later this September.
Before the Armenian retires, the 34-year-old wants to face off against popular Germany-based fighter Felix Sturm.
Landslide 70 to 1 Victory Reaffirms California State Assembly’s Commitment to Democratic Self-Determination, Calls for U.S. Recognition of Karabakh’s Independence.
Hall of Famer Andre Agassi voiced his opinion in Singapore on who he thinks is the better of two of the 21st century's greatest tennis players.
More than 700 people attended a Ground Blessing at the site for the Pasadena Armenian Genocide Memorial during a public ceremony at Memorial Park.