Hassan Rohani’s election as new president of Iran will not bring about any sharp changes in the Islamic Republic’s political tack, nor will it impact the country’s traditionally good relations with its northern neighbor Armenia, according to a Yerevan-based Iran expert.Read More →
Tensions in the village of Proshyan that began after the assassination of its mayor in April continue in the run-up to the election of the new community leader scheduled for next month.Armenuhi Melikyan, a trained nurse who acted briefly as mayor of the village, has been forced to resign. She cla...Read More →
Tens of thousands of citizens of Armenia filed for the US Diversity Visa, better known as the Green Card lottery, in 2011 and one in a hundred were actually selected and given a chance to pursue their “American Dream”. But the odds that the lottery held for about two decades now will survive no ...Read More →
The ongoing trial in the case of an attempted assassination of ex-presidential candidate Paruyr Hayrikyan provided news during the last two days of hearings as the parties continued to testify in court.Read More →
As anti-government protests continue in Turkey businessmen in Armenia having trade links with this country say that domestic problems in Istanbul, Ankara and other cities engulfed by riots do not yet affect their affairs.Read More →
The first day of the National Assembly’s four-day session this week was marked by heated debate over the Central Bank’s 2013 monetary policy program. It drew criticism not only from opposition lawmakers, but also from some pro-government members of the legislature.Read More →
Syunik’s governor submitted a letter of resignation Thursday and it was approved first by the government, then confirmed by the President, nonetheless certain part of Armenian society is not satisfied with resignation only. They demand to bring criminal charges against Suren Khachatryan, whose nam...Read More →
Karabakh war veterans continue their protests determined not to give up until the government gives concrete solutions to the issues they have put forward.Read More →
Analysts in Armenia have their watchful eye on the dramatic events unfolding in Turkey. Political changes in the neighbor country with which Armenia has no diplomatic relations, can nonetheless have a direct tangible impact on the whole region.Read More →
The tender announced for the reconstruction of the Armenian capital’s main square has raised a wave of discontent among outraged architects and people viewing it as premature and improper expenditure.Last week’s announcement by the Yerevan City Hall concerning the tender for the recon...Read More →
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