EU Structures Support Further Establishment of the Ombudsman’s Office
“Union of Informed Citizens” NGO continues the series on reporting about foreign grants received by RA state bodies.
133 M Drams Stolen from Armenian Bank's ATMs
The National Security Service informs that an international criminal group steals money from bank accounts in post-soviet states, using malware that is sent via emails.
Lapshin's Case Will Become Counter-Precedent
Azerbaijan will not succeed in transforming the case of the blogger Alexander Lapshin to a precedent, the Human Rights Defender of Artsakh Ruben Melikyan stated
Lapshin Was Taken to Azerbaijani Prison
On February 7 the Supreme Court of Belarus dismissed the appeal of the Russian and Israeli citizen Alexander Lapshin against the decision of the Prosecutor General of Belarus on extraditing Lapshin to Azerbaijan.
They're Trying to Mute Offshore Scandal Internationally: Expert
Judging by the ongoing developments, they are trying to mute the Panamanian offshore scandal internationally, and the Armenian corrupt officials are trying to benefit from this.
Permyakov's Verdict Wasn't Changed
The Court of Appeals has not changed the verdict on Valery Permyakov, the serviceman of the Russian 102nd military base, sentenced for life for the manslaughter of the Avetisyan family.
Defender's Staff Visited Detainees for Police Patrol Storming Case
The members of the Department of Prevention of Torture and Ill Treatment of the Human Rights Defender’s Staff, including the doctor-expert visited the Hospital of Convicts of the Ministry of Justice on December 14.
Solar-Thermal Heaters Were Installed in Prisons
As part of the energy efficiency and energy saving program in Armenia solar-thermal heaters have been installed in the prisons of Kosh, Nubarashen, Sevan, Vardashen, Abovyan, Hrazdan and the Hospital of Convicts.
Opinion Piece by Ambassador Richard M. Mills, Jr. on the Occasion of International Human Rights Day
The promotion of human rights is a core element of U.S. foreign policy
ECtHR Ruling on Sis Catholicosate Application May Take 4-5 Years
The ECtHR trial and ruling on the application of Sis Catholicosate may take years, Armenpress informed, referring to Payam Akhavan.