13:11 | May 18, 2013
The prosecutor implementing prosecutorial supervision confirmed the bill of indictment on the criminal case initiated against E. Yepremyan for attempting to vote instead of another person in the precinct N 09/17.
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.
16:48 | May 16, 2013
The initiative is open to all. It is unique because every company, regardless of size or financial standing can fully contribute. The “Just One Tree” principle asks each participating company to plant one tree for each employee, so both small and large ICT companies can help in the reforestation of Yerevan. A large company like Synopsys might plant hundreds of trees, and a small startup might plant only a few trees. Both are contributing fully.
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%.
13:41 | May 16, 2013
Yesterday, Armenia’s Greens Union President Hakob Sanasaryan led a group of environmentalists on a visit to the town of Akhtala to inspect the Shamlough open pit mine operated by Metals Prince Ltd.
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.
10:20 | May 15, 2013
The U.S. Supreme Court asked the Obama Administration last October if it should review a Federal Appeals Court decision that had struck down a California law (Section 354.4) extending the statute of limitations on Armenian Genocide-era life insurance claims.
22:53 | May 14, 2013
A much anticipated trial in Italy is set to begin in Palermo on May 27 where prosecutors will charge that high level Italian government officials made a pact with Sicilian Mafia bosses.
22:49 | May 14, 2013
Elvis Kelmendi, son of alleged drug kingpin Naser Kelmendi, was sentenced to four years in prison for the attempted murder of Elvis Hodzic in 2010, Klix.ba reported. The prosecution has appealed the sentence, claiming that the court showed too much leniency due to Elvis Kelmendi’s confession, and that the crime deserved a harsher sentence.
22:35 | May 14, 2013
As in the first session, the defendant Rhinoville never showed up at the proceeding. The company argues that the court has no jurisdiction to review the matter involving loans to Armenia’s Nairit Rubber Plant.
16:02 | May 14, 2013
As reports of irregularitiesduring the Yerevan Municipal election continue to make headlines in the media, members of a joint local-Diaspora monitoring team, which exceeded 100 people, are neverthelessoptimistic about the level of engagement and partnership between local organizations and Diaspora resources.
Viewed 3500 times Soldier Discontent: When Artsakh War Vets Come Out Demanding "Dignity" the Government Better Listen
Viewed 3077 times Son of Former President Robert Kocharyan is Biggest Landowner in Talvorik
Viewed 1911 times Deno Gold: Mining Company Threatens the Residents and Environment of Kapan
Viewed 1601 times Armavir Villagers Close Roads; Demand Hail Compensation
Viewed 1312 times Demonstrators Converge on Government Building to Protest Likely Gas Hike