Two Names Not Disclosed by Ruzanna Khachatryan
Ruzanna Khachatryan, the wife of the ex-minister of defense Seiran Ohanyan, has recently made a post on Facebook which has caused a storm on the web.
An innovative crowdfunding campaign to clear a minefield in Harar village in Nagorno Karabakh launched today
he HALO Trust, the world's largest mine clearance non-profit, aims to raise $49,000 through crowdfunding, which will be matched by an anonymous donor
Has Medvedev Discarded Karen Karapetyan's Effort?
On November 2, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan held a press conference to present the government's work and answer the questions of journalists.
Lavrov and Greminger to Discuss Karabakh Conflict
The Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov will meet with the OSCE Secretary General Thomas Greminger on November 3 in Moscow for negotiations, the press service of the Russian MFA informed.
Progress in Doing Business Report Should Be Indicator of Assessment of Relevant Agencies
During the meeting of government Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan commented on the World Bank’s Doing Business 2017 report.
Serzh Sargsyan's Last Battle: Moscow Doesn't Believe in Tears
Ahead of his announced November 15 visit to Moscow Serzh Sargsyan held an interview with RIA Novosti focusing on economic issues.
Out of EAEU
In 2018 one of the priorities of the government will be the search for markets outside the Eurasian Economic Union, said the deputy minister of economic development and investments Tigran Khachatryan.
This Time Hunter of Endangered Bird Is Priest
EcoNews.am continues to publish cases of illegal hunt on animals received from people concerned by environmental issues. This time two realities clash because the hunter is a priest.
Yerevan's Tough Response to Kars-Akhalkalak Railway
Soon Yerevan expects another batch of Russian ammunition under the signed contract, Serzh Sargsyan told RIA Novosti. Serzh Sargsyan meant the 200-million-dollar loan agreement.
Veteran of April 2016 War Walked Again after Severe Injury
Erik Babayan, 28-year-old from Talish village, Artsakh, was injured during the April war in 2016 and could not move for a year and half walked yesterday, Artsakhpress informed.
Entire Generation of Azerbaijanis Has Now Grown up Listening to This Hateful Rhetoric: Foreign Minister
Statement by Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian at General Policy Debate of the 39th Session of the UNESCO General Conference
Erdogan: We Curse Armenia's Occupier Policy
The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan visiting Azerbaijan to attend the opening of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway has made a statement on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Discussions Continue: Minister on Iran-Armenia Railway
During the discussion of the draft State Budget 2018 Member of Parliament Aram Sargahan Martirosyan if the layout of the Iran-Armenia railway is envisaged by the five-year strategy and what is done to modernize the Armenian railways.
The Pomegranate Festival in Martuni, Artsakh
U.S. Embassy and U.S. Foreign Commercial Service Team Up to Support the Agriculture Sector in Armenia
On November 1, the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and HSBC Bank Armenia, organized business conference focused on Armenia’s agriculture sector.
Why Are Republicans Concerned about Domestic Violence Bill?
Zara Hovhannisyan says the representatives of the government have several concerns. Two of them concern economic and psychological violence against women because most men control their wives.
Suspect of Nursery School Attacker Arrested
The Investigative Committee is investigating the case of the attacker who kept a toddler a hostage in a nursery school in Armavir.
Loop Intended for Yerevan Became Trap for Baku
On October 30, the heads of state of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey opened the Baku-Tbilisi-Akhalkalak-Kars railway. This railway project was launched in 2008. It is ready after 8 years.