Tag: 44-day war

July 12, 2024
Ep. 292: The Week in Review (12.07.24)

Ep. 292: The Week in Review (12.07.24)

In EVN Report’s news roundup for the week of July 12: Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan meet in Washington DC; USAID Administrator Samantha Power makes second visit to Armenia within a year; Armenia’s Anti-corruption Court charges several army officers and doctors with corruption and taking bribes and more.

March 26, 2024
Նոր տուն, որ կառուցեցին արցախցի տղամարդիկ

The New Home the Men of Artsakh Built

After being forcibly displaced by Azerbaijan, a group of men from Artsakh transformed the interior of a dilapidated hospital in the Ararat region of Armenia and built eight separate apartments for their families. A photo story by Ani Gevorgyan.

March 12, 2024
Արցախից Գազա, ոչ ոք ազատ չի լինի

From Artsakh to Gaza, No One Will Be Free

An Armenian film, “1489” won the Main Jury and the International Federation of Film Critics prizes at the International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam in 2023 amid upheaval and controversy that triggered a series of withdrawals and boycotts of the festival for its perceived silence regarding Israel’s invasion of Gaza.

October 20, 2023
Armenians of Artsakh: Aching for Home

Armenians of Artsakh: Aching for Home

As the forcibly displaced Armenians of Artsakh struggle to comprehend the magnitude of their loss, memories of the homes and lives they were forced to leave behind suffocate them. Theirs is a story of being ripped from their roots, of pain and dispossession.

April 5, 2022

A Frame Outside the Frame

Psychologist Arthur Tonoyan spent the 2020 Artsakh War on the frontlines, providing care in every way possible. His story, told in his own words, is retold through the images of photojournalist Vaghinak Ghazaryan.