Lucy Martirosyan is a producer at The World focusing on the post-Soviet space, French-speaking countries, and immigration.
Lucy graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Journalism and French and Francophone studies.
She frequently conducts and interprets interviews in French and Russian. She loves to listen to music in those languages, too.
Lucy used to host a Franco-Russo pop radio show on WMUA 91.1 called Chère Sputnik.
The US and China don’t have the best relationship right now. Could panda diplomacy be why Bei Bei the panda is leaving the National Zoo?
The 2019 Michelin Guide stripped a star from French chef Marc Veryrat, but he says the reviewer mistook a French cheese blend for cheddar. Now, he's going to court demanding the documents behind the review.
Nine FARC dissidents were killed in a bombing raid in southern Colombia, the first since former leaders of the group announced a new offensive this week.
Conflict & Justice
A group of former rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced it will launch a new armed offensive.
Conflict & Justice
Last year marked two decades of Vladimir Putin in power in Russia. Here are the events that have shaped — or been shaped — by the former KGB officer.
Women & Girls
Three sisters in Russia are on trial for murdering their father — and whether they are killers or victims has stirred intense public debate.
Arts, Culture & Media
It's thanks to the Parkes Observatory in Australia that people around the world got to see the moon landing on television screens in 1969.
Refugee-turned-Congresswoman Ilhan Omar shares her insights on the refugee crisis, US tensions with Iran and how she thinks the US should handle migrants at the border.
The United States Board on Geographic Names will officially list the capital of Ukraine as Kyiv, not Kiev. It's the result of years of advocacy by the Ukrainian government to popularize the Ukrainian spelling. But why does it matter?
Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of US President Donald Trump's summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore. Yeonmi Park, a North Korean defector who escaped with her mother at 13 years old, shares her insights on the current state of North Korea and the impact of Trump's summit with Kim.