Armenian newspapers

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Armenian Newspapers are published in the Republic of Armenia and in the Armenian diaspora where there are concentrations of Armenians.

Usually the newspapers are in Armenian language, but many of the Armenian diaspora newspapers will usually have supplements or sections in the national language of the country where the newspaper is published.

Newspapers in the Republic of Armenia[edit]

Newspapers in Nagorno-Karabakh[edit]

Armenian daily and weekly newspapers in the diaspora[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Australia[edit]

Canada[edit]

  • Abaka - weekly, trilingual (Armenian, French, and English)
  • Ardziv - Արծիւ - quarterly, official publication of the Armenian Youth Federation of Canada, trilingual (Armenian, French, English)
  • Horizon - weekly, trilingual (Armenian, French, English)
  • Torontohye [4] - monthly, bilingual (Armenian and English)

Cyprus[edit]

  • Artsakank [5] - monthly, in Armenian, with sections in Greek and English
  • Azad Tsayn - monthly, in Armenian
  • Keghart - bimonthly, in Armenian

Egypt[edit]

  • Arek - monthly, in Arabic
  • Arev - daily, in Armenian
  • Deghegadou - quarterly, in Armenian
  • Housaper - daily, in Armenian
  • Tchahagir - weekly, in Armenian

France[edit]

  • Gamk [6] - in Armenian and French
  • Haratch - daily, in Armenian (now defunct)
  • Nor Haratch [7] - twice a week in Armenian

Georgia[edit]

  • Miutyun
  • Vrastan

Greece[edit]

India[edit]

Iran[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

[13]

Poland[edit]

  • Awedis [18] - quarterly, in Polish and Armenian, published by the Foundation of Culture and Heritage of Polish Armenians

Russia[edit]

Syria[edit]

  • Kantsasar [24] - weekly, in Armenian [1]

Turkey[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

  • Armenian Voice [28] - quarterly, in English, small section in Armenian

United States[edit]

[29]

Online Armenian news media in the diaspora[edit]

Pan-Armenian[edit]

  • Armenian Diaspora [41]
  • Hayern Aysor (Armenians Today) [42]
  • Pan-Armenian.net [43] - in Armenian, English, Russian

Belarus[edit]

Cyprus[edit]

Egypt[edit]

France[edit]

Georgia[edit]

  • Akhaltskha - Samtskhe-Javakhk Online [48]

Italy[edit]

Poland[edit]

  • Ormianie.pl [50], [51] - in Polish, English, Armenian

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

United States[edit]

  • Groong Armenian News Network [54]
  • HyeMedia Armenian News (USA, London, Lebanon, Syria) [55]
  • Massis Post [56]

Worldwide[edit]

  • www.այբուբեն.com or www.aypoupen.com (worldwide) [57] - English

Iran[edit]

Armenian periodicals in the diaspora[edit]

France[edit]

Israel[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

United States[edit]

  • AMN Hye Kiank Armenian Weekly - general interest publication in Armenian, serving Armenian American community with national, East Coast and West Coast editions
  • Ararat Quarterly - literary and arts publication in English
  • USA Armenian Life - weekly magazine, general interest publication in English, serving the Armenian American community with national, East Coast and West Coast Editions

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kantsasar also publishes an annual extra special issue (բացառիկ) in January each year. (ANLS: Armenian National Language Support 2.0 needed to view Armenian letters in site). Issues are downloadable as pdf.