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Anahit Hayrapetyan

In wake of Armenia's peaceful uprising, diaspora's clout is questioned

The huge anti-government protests in Yerevan that toppled longtime leader Serzh Sargsyan...

Nagorno-Karabakh: Grief and Dislocation

The early April burst of fighting offered a stark reminder of the...

Turkey: Few Traces of Armenian Past To Be Found a Century Later

For Armenians, the towns of Muş and Sason in southeastern Turkey, not...

Turkey: Few Traces of Armenian Past To Be Found a Century Later

For Armenians, the towns of Muş and Sason in southeastern Turkey, not...

Armenia: Residents Still Living the Spitak Earthquake

Twenty-five years ago, a massive earthquake turned northern Armenia upside down. Many...

Armenia: Karabakh Displaced Endure “Different Kind of Misery”

When Mariam Avanesian and her family fled to Yerevan from Azerbaijan 25...

Armenia: Karabakh Veterans Fight to Survive

Successful in war, Armenian veterans of the 1988-1994 conflict with Azerbaijan over...

Nagorno Karabakh Photos: A Region in Limbo

Photojournalist Anahit Hayrapetyan covered the recent election for the de-facto president of...

Armenia Photos: Faces of Nagorno Karabakh

Residents in the Caucasus breakaway region of Nagorno Karabakh voted in elections...

Armenia: Fight Brews Over IAEA’s Thumbs-Up Appraisal of Metsamor

Often depicted as a disaster waiting to happen, Armenia’s 35-year-old nuclear power...

Photos: Gathering for Regime Change

Supporters of the Armenian National Congress (ANC) - a bloc of government...

Photo of the Week: April 1, 2011

Armenian football fans celebrate the 0-0 draw with Russia in Yerevan in...

Celebrating International Women's Day

Members of Armenia's ruling Prosperous Armenia Party hand out roses to women...

The Day of Young Love

Armenians celebrate St. Sargis' day on Feb. 19 in Yerevan's St. Sargis...

Playing With Fire in Armenia

Armenians in the city of Echmiadzin celebrate Trndez, an orthodox ceremony of...

The Wheel That Will Not Turn

The ferris wheel in Zvartnots, Armenia, has not been in operation since...

Skilled Georgian Puri Baker Plies His Craft in Armenia

Bakari Bodaveli is a master at making the traditional flat and crispy...

Defenders of a Popular Armenian Television Station Unite

Several thousand supporters of Armenian television channel ALM gather on the steps...

Photo of the Week: Jan. 14, 2011

Traffic circles Republic Square and around the largest decorated tree in the...

Stories from 'Silent Witnesses'

Two men read stories about violence against women at an exhibition in...

Photos of the Week: Sept. 24, 2010

Every year hundreds of Armenians gather in the village of Musa Ler,...

Photo of the Week: Sept. 3, 2010

With summer holidays ending and a new school year beginning in Armenia...

Full Moon Over Yerevan

A homeless women in Yerevan expresses her "anger" to several policemen, who...

Golden Apricot Film Festival

Yerevan is hosting the Golden Apricot Film Festival from July 11 to...

Armenians Commemorate Mass Killings in Turkey

On the evening of April 23, several thousand Armenians marched through the...

Pastoral and Alpine Life of Armenia's Yezidis

The Yezidis, a Kurdish-dialect-speaking group who migrated to Armenia from Turkey starting...

Armenia: Reported Sheep Shortage Targets Yezidi Minority

Eighty-two-year-old Usup Amarian's 200-head flock of sheep will not be heading up...

Armenia: Reported Sheep Shortage Targets Yezidi Minority

Eighty-two-year-old Usup Amarian's 200-head flock of sheep will not be heading up...

Armenia: Reported Sheep Shortage Targets Yezidi Minority

Eighty-two-year-old Usup Amarian's 200-head flock of sheep will not be heading up...

Cafesjian Center for the Arts Opens to a Packed House

Yerevan’s $35 million, 1,100-square-meter Cafesjian Center for the Arts officially opened its...

Yerevan Goes Modern: $35 Million Museum to Promote Contemporary Art in the Caucasus

They have built roads and hospitals; schools and factories. And now, with...

Armenia: In Capital's Construction Boom, What Goes Up May Come Down

The newly built or semi-built high-rise buildings dot nearly every street in...