The Armenian Ministry of Emergency reports that a fireworks warehouse at the market caught fire, causing the powerful explosion.
Yerevan police today detained anti-government demonstrators in the third week of street protests to force the resignation of PM Nikol Pashinyan.
This 28-man battery remained at its designated position until October 27, 2020.
The village is a part of the enlarged Goris community.
I Have Honor (Pativ Unem) alliance candidate Khachik Galstyan thinks that Armenia “needs a strong fist” and that former Armenian National Security Director Artur Vanetsyan, who heads the alliance slate, can “establish order” in the country.
"Not a meter of land from Syunik can be up for dispute,” Khachatryan stated, adding that the Armenian government is ready to use force to resolve the crisis if talks fail.
This video was taken on November 13, on the road from Stepanakert to Karmir Shuka. We met these volunteers still manning their positions.
Russian language teacher Julieta Barseghyan says that Aren was conscientious, honest and kind, that he helped everyone. The sadness she feels is too much to bear, she goes silent.
Hetq’s film crew visited different parts of Artsakh to document the ongoing deployment of Russian peacekeepers. The following video shows the deployment on November 13 and 14.
The Azerbaijani military today targeted the Artsakh towns of Stepanakert, Shushi and Martakert with Smerch rockets. This is the aftermath in Shushi.
Azerbaijani armed forces today targeted the Artsakh capital Stepanakert and Shushi. Rocket fire hit residential areas and urban infrastructure in both towns. Here’s what the damage looked like in Stepanakert.
Azerbaijani armed forces today targeted the maternity hospital in the Artsakh capital Stepanakert.
A Hetq team of reporters covering the war in the northeast section of Artsakh had the chance to talk to a group of volunteers patrolling the frontline.
Video: Karabakh Frontline - Oct. 25
Azerbaijani military forces again shelled the Artsakh capital Stepanakert, last night, destroying buildings and shops as well as damaging a local gas pipeline feeding the district.
Shahumyan native Mamikon Avanyan arrived from Russia as soon as he heard news about the fighting. He says there are many more in Russia who want to make it to Artsakh.
Azerbaijani forces again fired rockets at Stepanakert and Shushi late last night and early this morning.
Mrav Mountains – Armenian Soldiers on the Artsakh Frontline
Artsakh: Medical Workers in a Combat Zone
Today, Azerbaijan, violating all possible international norms, launched rocket attacks on the Holy Savior Cathedral (Ghazanchetsots) in Shushi, one of the symbols not only of the Armenian fortress city, but also of Artsakh.
The Hetq correspondents also report that the sound of an Azerbaijani drone explosion was heard on the way to Stepanakert.
The Azerbaijani military targeted Stepanakert, the Artsakh capital, on October 4, resulting in civilian deaths and wounded.
The guys barely leave their shelter when an order is received to prepare to fire. The guns start working.
Hetq Chief Editor Edik Baghdasayan writes from an undisclosed location along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan frontline.
One of the damaged homes belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Samvel Udoumyan. When a Hetq camera crew arrived on the scene on July 15, Samvel was tending to the trees, and his wife Hasmik was watering their garden’s cucumber plants.
Waiting for the Vote
Thousands have again taken to the streets in the Armenia capital after planned talks between anti- government movement leader Nikol Pashinyan and acting Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan broke down.
Armenia: Sargsyan Resigns, People Celebrate
Also released were Yelk Alliance MPs Sasun Mikayelyan and Ararat Mirzoyan.
Yerevan, April 22 – Republic Square
This morning, Police used force and detained dozens of demonstrators, opposed to the election of Serzh Sargsyan as Armenia’s new prime minister.
75 families used to live in the village. Only six remain today – the families of Mkhitar, Varazdat, Yeghish, Mrik, Khachik and Artak.
Artsakh - On the Frontline
School teachers we spoke to aren’t optimistic about the village’s future. They say that more residents will leave unless the authorities pay more attention to Tlik and other border communities.
Armenia: On Lake Sevan's Southern Shores
Artsakh Border: Above the Clouds
Koghbavan and Bagaran are border villages in Armenia’s Armavir province.
Myurishen is a village in Martouni region of Artsakh. It’s 24 km far from Stepanakert, the country's capital. The village has 39 households with a total of 160 inhabitants. There are only nine children studying at school.
Tashir is a town of some 7,500 located in Armenia’s northwestern Lori Province.
They defeated fascism: portraits of those who fought in the Great Patriotic War.