A group of Karabakh war veterans on their third day of sitting strike in downtown Yerevan on Monday handed a letter to the head of the Armenian government, demanding improvement of social conditions for themselves and their comrades.Read More →
The Court of Cassation has partially satisfied the appeals made in the case of four opposition youths against the decision by the Court of Appeal by which their jail sentences – between 2 and 6 years – were left unchanged.Read More →
The representative of the only international organization on an observer mission during the Sunday municipal ballot in Yerevan says that with the exception of individual incidents in a few polling stations, the elections were carried out in a calm and orderly manner and that the vote was technically...Read More →
Armenian Police have been looking into various reported electoral violations as 12-hour balloting continues in Yerevan City Council elections today.Read More →
Violations common for many of the polling places have been reported within the few hours since the beginning of the municipal ballot in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.Read More →
Armenia’s ‘trump-card’ in this year’s Eurovision will be its rock-style entry, says the Armenian delegation’s leader ahead of the popular song contest to be held in Sweden later this month.Read More →
While Yerevan is preparing for the May 5 municipal election, oppositional forces once again talk about inflated voter lists. Chief of Visa and Passport Department of the RA Police counters that the population census at the state registry is carried out exclusively as provided for by the Election Cod...Read More →
Employees of Armenia’s chemical giant, rubber-producing Nairit plant, who have not received salaries for almost a year, are again protesting to once again remind the cabinet members and the president of their issue.Read More →
For a year now two-and-a-half-year-old Luiza has seen her daddy only in a photo. The little girl talks to the picture every morning, but memories of her father are fading away with each passing day. What grows instead is the need for paternal love and a sense of grief for the lost parent. “My dad...Read More →
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