Armenia’s Administrative Court has found in favor of Artashes Hovhannisyan, a former minority shareholder of Ameriabank, who had demanded that the bank return the five shares he owned before they were consolidated and purchased by the bank’s majority shareholders.
Hetq explores the efficacy of the Gardasil vaccine imported to Armenia. The vaccine is supposed to prevent HPV (Human Papillomavirus - the most common sexually transmitted infection).
An interview with International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) Deputy Director Marina Walker-Guevara.
The 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference, offering more than 100 panels, workshops, and seminars and presenting top journalists from more than 100 countries, kicked off today in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In May 2017, the Armenian government invited Arman Arton, the president of Arton Capital (registered in Hungary) and other company representatives to Armenia.
Bayina is a woman from Mongolia who lives in Antaramej, a village in Armenia’s Gegharkunik Province.
A project designed to improve the seismic safety of schools in Armenia, and to decrease the risk of death or injury of the students inside, is going nowhere fast.
Narek Petrosyan was discharged around three months after being called to the army. Parents were told that a lung disease was the cause. Only after arriving in Yerevan it turned out that in reality it was a complicated cancer that was spread in the body by metastasis.
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.