21:22 | July 26, 2017
Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Porsche and Daimler are under investigation by the EU and German authorities for forming a secret ‘economic cartel’ in the 1990s to collude on diesel emissions, after Daimler blew the whistle, media reported Monday.
13:24 | July 26, 2017
A police official tried to convince the protesters that blocking the road doesn’t serve their cause, but they stood their ground, saying the road was open to all except the Miram officials.
21:51 | July 25, 2017
Protesting new sanitary regulations imposed by the European Economic, around forty merchants from surrounding villages today blocked the road leading to the Armenian border crossing at Bagratashen leading into Georgia.
16:12 | July 25, 2017
The Artsakh Ministry of Defense has refuted an Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense statement accusing the Artsakh military of wounding one of its soldiers, Muraz Babakishiyev, by the use of an unmanned drone.
12:06 | July 24, 2017
Almost two weeks after Hetq requested the names streets scheduled to be paved and blacktopped during the first half of the year, the Yerevan Municipality says it’s still working on compiling such a list.
10:42 | July 24, 2017
Political activist Andreas Ghukasyan, who was arrested on charges of fomenting public disorder and calling for violence against the police in the wake of the Sasna Dzrer takeover of a Yerevan police building last July, has described his trial as a political witch-hunt, accusing the government of fabricating evidence against him.
22:13 | July 21, 2017
In 2017-2018, 37 organisations from Turkey and 33 organisations from Armenia are ready to act as Host Organisations for fellows from the neighbouring country. Individuals are also invited to propose their own project ideas, other than the fellowship opportunities offered by the listed Host Organisations.
22:02 | July 21, 2017
The largest criminal marketplace on the dark web for the illicit trade of drugs, firearms, computer hacking tools and more was shut down Thursday, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced.
19:49 | July 21, 2017
“It’s a nice village, a good place to live. But without gas, it’s difficult. We live, waiting for it to get better, but that day isn’t in sight,” says 59-year-old Mr. Choloyan. One of his sons has moved to Russia with his family.
12:18 | July 20, 2017
Armenia’s government today approved a plan to organize the country’s transportation systems on an integrated schedule basis that would allow for efficient travel from the remotest village to the capital Yerevan.
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