18:40 | May 17, 2013
Hrant Karapetyan’s son Artour was 39 when he dies in the blast. The father is now 81 and lives alone with only a photo album of Artour to keep him company. Every time he leafs through the album, tears stream down his face.
13:37 | May 17, 2013
Representatives of 47 rural communities whose plantings were wiped out in a recent hailstorm scoffed at government assistance proposals, labelling them as insufficient and ill-targeted.
11:20 | May 17, 2013
The Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center issued a statement ridiculing the Armenian government’s lofty pledges that it is committed to systematic reform and stamping out official corruption.
16:38 | May 16, 2013
Most likely taking into growing popular fears that the price of natural gas imported from Russia will drastically rise, Armenia’s PM Tigran Sargsyan announced at a cabinet meeting today that the government would subsidize any price hike by 30%.
16:18 | May 15, 2013
Turkey’s Supreme Court of Appeals today overruled previous decisions absolving suspects in the Hrant Dink murder case of any connection to armed criminal organizations, according to Hürriyet Daily News.
15:20 | May 15, 2013
Lousineh Hovhannisyan, who works for the National Center for Technical Safety attached to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, told reporters today that none of the 126 amusement rides now operating in Armenia have failed their inspections.
14:35 | May 15, 2013
Families hold societies together, and intergenerational relationships extend this legacy over time. This year’s International Day of Families is an occasion to celebrate connections among all members of the constellation that makes up a family. It is also an opportunity to reflect on how they are affected by social and economic trends – and what we can do to strengthen families in response.
13:42 | May 14, 2013
While speaking to reporters today about the sit-down protest that several Artsakh war vets launched two days ago in Yerevan’s Freedom Square, legal expert and depot battalion Colonel Varoujan Avetisyan said that while he wouldn’t participate in the protest, he did support it.
23:10 | May 13, 2013
I've known Volodya for more than twenty years. He was one of the guys who fought in Leonid Azgaldyan's "Liberation Army" and participated in many battles in Artsakh. Now, Volodya and twenty or more soldiers are staging a sit-down strike in Yerevan's Freedom Square.
18:54 | May 13, 2013
Todaymembers of the Winners’ Club of Presidential Educational Award, and students at State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA), specializing at microelectronic circuits, had a unique chance to meetwiththe US Ambassador to the Republic of ArmeniaJohn Heffern at Synopsys Armenia R&D Center (Arshakunyats 41). General Manager of VivaCell-MTS Ralph Yirikian, President of Union of Manufacturers and Businessmen (Employers) of ArmeniaArsen Ghazaryan, Director of Unicomp Armen Baldryan,CEO and Chairman Viasphere International, Inc. Tony Moroyan and other guests have attended the meeting.
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