21:13 | July 30, 2015
A United States bill which would allow authorities to bar corrupt foreign officials and those responsible for human rights abuses from entering the US and using its financial institutions has moved a step closer to possible adoption.
Interviews Annotating Yerevan
13:56 | July 30, 2015
In order to accommodate the high demand for travel to the United States by Armenians this summer, the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan will be open on Saturday, August 15 to provide additional visa interviews and processing for Armenian citizens.
12:58 | July 30, 2015
The United Nations estimates that at any given time, 21 million people are trapped in modern-day slavery. Men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers both in their own countries and abroad.
12:30 | July 30, 2015
The “Union of Informed Citizens” has already presented the international grants Armenia has received in the agriculture sector. Continuing this series, we are presenting the international grants provided to Armenia’s culture sector.
21:25 | July 29, 2015
A company owned by Balkan drug lord Darko Šarić’ s gang and frozen by the Serbian government has been quietly transferred to a company owned-in-part by the chairman of the Board of Directors of the Serbian state Privatization Agency.
18:51 | July 29, 2015
The Gulbenkian Foundation, one of the world's leading philanthropic organizations, has provided the "Armenian Jerusalem" heritage preservation website project with a new grant, enabling organizers to carry out necessary hardware upgrades and software updates.
Special Towards Lifelong Freedom
16:34 | July 29, 2015
Data supplied by the Lori Provincial Government (in which Vanadzor is located) does show a gradual downward trend in births over the past five years: 2010 – 3,483 births; 2100 – 3123; 2012 – 3049; 2013 – 2,919; 2014 – 3,211.
16:05 | July 29, 2015
Yerevan, as the capital of Armenia, is always at the center of national pride, there are cultural festivals commemorating Yerevan-Erebuni anniversary and the ancient origins of the city on an annual basis. While such commemorations are important, many Armenians are thus misinformed as to the fact that the Yerevan of today was built not too long ago.
12:29 | July 29, 2015
Croatia's constitutional court has overturned the verdicts for which former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader was given an eight-and-a-half year prison sentence for abuse of office, war profiteering and bribery.
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