11:38 | March 3, 2015
While Vardan Petrosyan, the performance artist sentenced on January 29 to five years for his complicity in a deadly October 2013 car accident that killed two teenagers will not be appealing the verdict, the family of the victims will
13:02 | March 2, 2015
In the first installment of this article comparing the cases of murders committed by Russian soldiers, the first in 1999 and the second in January of 2015, I have concluded, after researching case materials at the Shirak Provincial Court that in the 1999 incident Armenian and Russian law enforcement bodies worked collaboratively, but that the Armenian side took the lead.
10:55 | March 2, 2015
The Armenian community of Istanbul believes there is only one reason why elections to appoint a new Patriarch Of Constantinople haven’t been held—Archbishop Aram Ateşyan, the acting Patriarch, does not want them to be.
23:31 | February 27, 2015
Police in Bosnia and Herzegovina have arrested a senior appeals court judge who is suspected of taking bribes from two men whose sentences were overturned on appeal last year.
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21:34 | February 26, 2015
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have announced a reward of US$ 3 million this Tuesday, Feb. 24, for information that would lead to the arrest of alleged cyber criminal Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev.
19:52 | February 26, 2015
Armenia’s General Civil Aviation Department reports that the Iraqi Airways flight, linking Baghdad and Yerevan with a quick stopover in Erbil, will operate every Thursday and Sunday commencing March 5.
10:00 | February 26, 2015
Armenia’s Ministry of Nature Protection has given the green light for International Gold to conduct geological studies around the Tzarasar goldfield in Armenia’s Gegharkounik Province.
14:57 | February 25, 2015
Hetq searched the court archives to compare the case materials regarding the January 12, 2015 murder of seven members of the Gyumri Avetisyan family, in which a Russian soldier has been charged, and the Gyumri murders committed by two Russian soldiers in 1999.
12:49 | February 25, 2015
At a meeting today in Stepanakert between Artsakh Prime Minister Arayik Harutyunyan and Armenia’s Minister of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations Armen Yeritsyan, the two discussed ways to strengthen sector cooperation between the two countries.
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