Is Order 0038 Mentioned in March 1 Case?
Since the investigation is confidential, it is impossible to tell if any of the victims of March 1 was carrying a firearm or not, said Karen Bisharyan, the official of the Prosecutor General’s Office, during the hearings on March 1 case in parliament.
Tehran Warned Baku: Yerevan Is Given Space
The Iranian Minister of Defense has visited Azerbaijan and met with the Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev. During the meeting they discussed bilateral relations.
Dutch Parliament Reaffirmed Recognition of Armenian Genocide
The majority of members of parliament of Netherlands has voted for the two resolutions on the Armenian genocide submitted by Joel Fordevind, member of the Christian Union Party.
Azerbaijan Isn't Hiding It Can Cross the Line
Another Armenian serviceman was killed in the northeast of the Karabakh-Azerbaijani border. The Defense Army of Artsakh informs that the serviceman was killed by a shot from the Azerbaijani side.
Serviceman Killed by Shot from Azerbaijani Side
On February 22, at 9:40 the serviceman of the Defense Army Grigor Karapet Yeghoyan was deadly wounded by fire from the Azerbaijani side in one of the military units of the Defense Army.
Road Tax on Cars Traveling to Armenia to Be Eliminated
Passenger cars registered in other countries will be exempt from the road tax on entry to Armenia.
Israeli Eye on Armenian-Turkish Border: Interesting Change in Gyumri
Information came that the Municipality of Gyumri and Logistic FTZ, an Israeli company, have signed an MoU on creating a free economic zone on an area of 330 hectares.
It's a Different Russia: Armenia Should Be Attentive
The election of the Russian president is missing the “groom”. The presidential campaign began on February 17 but the main candidate Vladimir Putin does not participate in the campaign.
The Word of Head of Russian Intelligence Service to Serzh Sargsyan
On February 19 the head of the National Security Service Georgy Kutoyan met with the head of the Russian External Intelligence Service Sergey Narishkin.
Russians and Turks Started Liking Each Other Again: Unexpected Question to Azerbaijan
Serzh Sargsyan addressed Munich Security Conference, during “Inside or Outside: Countries between Russia and Europe” panel discussion and found himself in an unexpected and unpleasant situation.
What’s Going on with Our Neighbors?
In recent years, the presidents of the two Turkic states, Turkey and Azerbaijan are increasingly voicing public complaints that everyone around wants to destroy their states and take their "primordial lands" from them.
Something Has Changed: Aliyev Understood Why They Hit Turkey and Russia
Ilham Aliyev’s scandalous statement at the congress of New Azerbaijan Party was like an explosion. The backlash was expected and the analysts need to find out why Aliyev decided to do this.
What's Happening with Putin? Armenia Should Be Prepared
The spokesperson for Kremlin Dmitry Peskov told reporters that Putin has a cold but goes to work.
Chinese New Year
11 Dollar Millionaires in Armenian Parliament
As of 18 May 2018, i.e. inauguration, all members of parliament declared 7,431,000,000 AMD, 35,900,000 USD, 10,500,000 RUR, 7500 Swiss frank, expert Babken Tunyan told reporters.
Putin Cancelled All Events: Something Happening in Syria
The Kremlin would not confirm the death of lots of Russians in Syria caused by the strikes of the American air force and artillery.
Mayor Margaryan's Resignation
Yerkir Tsirani Party and its chair Zaruhee Postanjyan is the only party in Armenia which keeps its electoral pledges. The party had promised to turn the life of the Council of Elders and mayor of Yerevan to hell and chaos and it did.