16:26 | May 24, 2013
A stone cross (khachkar) commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Armenian pogrom in Sumgait was officially unveiled yesterday in the courtyard of the Saint Nshan Armenian Apostolic Church in Beirut.
13:03 | May 24, 2013
On May 23, the delegation officially unveiled two major infrastructure projects in the Martuni Region: the potable-water network of Karmir Shuka Village, and the Martuni Hospital. The construction of both projects was sponsored by Armenia Fund USA, the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s Eastern US affiliate.
12:20 | May 23, 2013
Ashot Mirzoyan, President of the Consumers’ Assistance Center, today told reporters that the only way to avoid a gas price hike would be for the nation en-masse to not pay their utility bills.
11:56 | May 23, 2013
After being grilled by MPs yesterday regarding on-again, off again, construction at Yerevan’s Pak Shouka (Closed Market), RA Minister of urban Construction Samvel Tadevosyan visited the site.
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.
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