ARCS specially trained volunteers are registering those arriving, providing them with medical aid and psychological counseling.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, in a live broadcast today, said his administration will provide housing to those leaving Karabakh for Armenia.
People started rallying in the Armenian capital following Azerbaijan’s September 19 attack on Karabakh.
Several hundred people remain outside the Government Building in Yerevan calling for the resignation of Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan who they accuse of handing Artsakh to Azerbaijan.
Those in attendance included former Armenian presidents Robert Kocharyan and Serzh Sargsyan.
The daughter of Vagif Khachatryan, who was detained by Azerbaijan border guards on July 29 along the Lachin Corridor, told reporters today outside the UN office in Yerevan to spread the news about her father’s illegal abduction.
EU representatives are monitoring the situation.
The main guests of this year's festival included filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne from Belgium, Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz, Japanese actor and filmmaker Takeshi Kitano, who received the Parajanov Thaler award։
The B’Arev (Hello) festival, a collaboration of local Armenians and repatriates, offered a variety of music genres from the stage and seeks to create a collective community consciousness through healthy living, music and art.
On this day, tens of thousands of citizens walked to Yerevan’s Armenian Genocide Memorial (Tzitzernakaberd), to honor the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
The march kicked off by burning the flags of Azerbaijan and Turkey.
Anahit Samvelyan is asking for people's help to get the necessary prostheses for the surgery. Bank accounts have been opened for those wishing to help. If the operation is successful, another one is scheduled in six months.
The faithful, carrying candles, set alight in churches, then lit bonfires in the courtyards of the churches as a symbol of the light of Christ.
Army Day, a public holiday in Armenia and Artsakh, commemorates the formation of the armed forces of the newly independent Republic of Armenia in 1992.
New Year’s: Yerevan’s Yerblur Military Pantheon
They say the cards will be delivered to Artsakh at the first opportunity.
Waving the Armenian flag, hundreds marched through downtown Yerevan today demanding that the Pashinyan government either take steps to reopen the Lachin Corridor or else resign.
The marchers started from Liberty Square, stopped at the Russian and French embassies, and ended at the U.N. Office.
Demonstrations, some outside international diplomatic missions, in support of the people of Artsakh continue in the Armenian capital.
The demonstrators gathered at the EU office and the French and Russian embassies to voice their concerns and handed protest letters to representatives of these bodies.
Russia’s Putin and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko have arrived in Armenia for the meeting of the CSTO Security Council.
Earlier that day, Pashinyan announced he is going to sign a document that will ensure lasting peace and security for Armenia in an area of 29,800 square kilometers.
"Considering our upcoming tactics, we suggest disassembling the tents starting tomorrow. The further effectiveness of our struggle from now on is not conditioned by tents," Saghatelyan said.
The group says the government is pursuing a policy of “politically persecuting” those who have taken to the streets to voice their opposition to the government’s stated goal of negotiating peace treaties with neighboring Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Anti-government protesters in Yerevan today blocked the entrances to buildings housing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice.
April 24, Yerevan: Armenian Genocide Memorial
Thousands assemble in Yerevan to participate in the annual march to commemorate the anniversary of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
Armenia celebrated International Women’s Day, an official holiday in the country, on March 8.
In Armenia, young people attend church services and are blessed by the clergy.
Arsen delivers the bread himself. The bakery is looking for a driver, but he says it’ll be tough finding someone local.
Around twenty women gathered outside the Government Building in Yerevan this morning to push back against Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan’s claim that the country is entering an era of peace.
Spokespeople for the “liberation movement” argues that Nikol Pashinyan is incompetent and cannot negotiate with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.
Bloc leaders announced the launch of a nationwide resistance movement to remove Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his Civil Contract party from power.
Tech Week Artsakh 2021 featured some sixty speakers from different Armenian IT companies and more than 1,500 registered participants from Artsakh and Armenia who gathered in Stepanakert on July 3-5.
Alliance supporters then marched to nearby Liberty Square.
Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) head Gagik Tsarukyan today addressed a crowd in Yerevan’s Liberty Square, calling on them to cast their votes for the PAP slate of candidates that he tops in the June 20 snap parliamentary election.
The march started at Yerevan’s Matenadaran Depository of Ancient Manuscripts and wound it way through the city’s downtown.
Yerevan police detained nine people today who were protesting outside the National Assembly while MPs inside, at a special session, were discussing the border situation.
Today's run was dedicated to the memory of soldiers killed in last year’s Artsakh war, exemplified by Vahe Meliksetyan.
These were the slogans chanted by the thousands participating in today’s torchlight procession to Yerevan’s Tzitzernakaberd Genocide Memorial.
Mughdusyan said she chose the handmade flowers because they grow on stone, which symbolizes the constant difficult struggle for the existence of the Armenian people.
Protesters and police clashed on Demirchyan Street near the parliament.
Armenian National Congress officials and supporters today attended a Requiem Service at Yerevan’s St. Sargis Church in memory of the victims of the March 1, 2008 post-presidential election violence in Yerevan and last year’s war in Artsakh.
Anti-Pashinyan protesters stages another rally today on Yerevan's Baghramyan Avenue.
On Baghramyan Avenue a group of anonymous “actors” staged a mock performance entitled Ceausescu’s Execution or the Death of Traitors.
Vazgen Manukyan, Homeland Salvation Movement nominee for transitional prime minister, has called on protesters to pitch tents and block the avenue.
The situation was tense, but no serious clashes took place.
Yerevan police today detained dozens of anti-Pashinyan protesters who attempted to blockade a government building and thus prevent Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan from entering.
Yerevan, New Year's Eve - Yerablur Military Pantheon