In a display of unity and support, the Armenian community of Pasadena and the greater San Gabriel Valley came together in an organized vigil, march, and rally to stand in solidarity with Artsakh.
Students and faculty at Holy Martyrs Ferrahian Armenian High School are leading a powerful march to raise awareness about the dire situation of the 120,000 Armenians forcibly displaced from Artsakh due to Azerbaijan's ongoing genocide campaign.
More than 100,000 people have fled the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, creating a refugee crisis in Armenia.
An explosion at a crowded gas station in Azerbaijan's Nagorno-Karabakh region has killed at least 20 people and injured nearly 300 others as thousands of ethnic Armenians rushed to flee into neighboring Armenia.
Mary Asatryan is currently hiding in a basement along with hundreds of others, following Azerbaijian launching a major military operation in Artsakh on September 19.
Officials say Azerbaijan and Armenian forces have reached a cease-fire agreement to end two days of fighting in the separatist Nagorno-Karabakh region that has been a flashpoint for decades.
Residents of Artsakh are experiencing a humanitarian crisis due to an illegal blockade of resources through Azerbaijan, according to officials.
Demonstrators gathered for a third day in a row outside Congressman Adam Schiff's office in Burbank, then walked over to his residence. They're demanding he do more to help bring an end to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Artsakh.
Right now, 360 tons of humanitarian aid is sitting still in Armenia—unable to be delivered to Artsakh because Azerbaijan continues to block the only road which connects Armenia to Artsakh.
A group of local Armenian American mothers deeply concerned about the children and people in Artsakh braved the heat and gathered for a third round of demonstrations in front of the American Red Cross office in Los Angeles Thursday.
The intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Granville will soon be known as 'Republic of Artsakh Square' to bring awareness to the ongoing blockade in Artsakh.
The flyers were posted on light poles near St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church and other areas of the city.
Police are investigating after anti-Armenian messages were found in Beverly Hills.
It’s been over a month since Azerbaijan blocked the only road connecting the region of Artsakh to Armenia, causing a major humanitarian crisis.
A popular international movie is spotlighting the history of Armenia while bringing awareness to the conflict of war in the country.
“The Tales of The Blue Sky” tells the stories of war and peace through the eyes of children.
The Lachin Corridor has been closed by Azerbaijan since December 12, limiting Artsakh's access to food and medical care.
Local Armenian-Americans are calling for support for Artsakh, near the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, as the main road connecting Arsakh to the rest of Armenia has been blocked.
While Armenian towns were getting fired upon by Azerbaijani forces, FOX 11's newest reporter Christina Pascucci found herself in the middle of it.
California Congresswoman Jackie Speier has introduced a resolution asking Congress to condemn Azerbaijan for its recent acts of war against Armenia. Speier, who is of Armenian ancestry, accepted a lifetime achievement award from the Armenian National Committee over the weekend for her work in the community.