The dust swirling in the air above Yerevan often exceeds the maximum allowable concentration (MAC).
Acting Armenian Economy Minister Vahan Kerobyan, in an interview with Hetq, claimed that living standards have improved in the country under the Pashinyan government, arguing that incomes have increased by 35%.
Ex-Armenian President Levon Ter-Petrosyan today said he rejected an invitation to debate Nikol Pashinyan out of a sense of pity for the current prime minister.
Bright Armenia, representing the third largest parliamentary faction, proposes to change the constitution, expanding the powers of the president and the parliament.
While the Armenian National Congress today did not formally announce whether it will field candidates in the June snap parliamentary election in Armenia, party leader Levon Ter-Petrosyan said the ANC must be represented in the new legislature “so tha
Yerevan, May 9: Yerablur Military Pantheon
Students and teachers made the trip to watch a performance of Alvan Tzaghik (The Scarlet Flower).
According to the latest update of the lists, we are talking about 400 people, but this only refers to the work we have done. This data should not be considered final.
Samvel was buried in Gyumri’s Shirak Pantheon.
The demonstrators requested meetings with the ambassadors to discuss their plight and the atrocities committed by Azerbaijani armed forces during last year’s war.
Armen Baghdasaryan was posthumously awarded the Combat Service Medal.
"He would tell me not to worry. That he’ll go and return. That we’ll build a house. not be upset,” says Tehmineh.
We met Sirush Khachatryan in front of the Government Building in Yerevan on January 29. Displaced Kashatagh residents were protesting, calling on the government to resolve their housing issue.
Twenty-five 25 after emigrating, the family returned to Armenia and started their own small business.
Captain Taron Nikoghosyan died on October 9 in the village of Ishkhanadzor in the Kashatagh region of Artsakh. His body has not yet been found. He was 28 years old.
Hakobyans family hails from Tumi, a village in Artsakh’s Hadrut District now under Azerbaijani military control.
Valentin Burnusuzyan was born in Javakhk, in the village of Aragva, Akhalkalaki region. His parents died young, so he grew up in his uncle's family.
The marchers gathered a Yerevan’s Garegin Njdeh Square and proceed to the Yerablur Military Pantheon
Satenik places her husband’s medals and honorary awards on the writing desk. Mark and Maria aged four, quickly run to the table and pick them up.
The 29-year-old was killed in the recent Karabakh war, but the family still doesn’t know where his body is. They want to properly bury the body.
67-year-old Yevgenia Aghasyan takes a deep breath and utters the words "victory ... victory ... peace"
The 14-year-old used the 100,000 drams he was saving to buy a computer to launch an online retail business. Since his father is at the front, Boris sees himself as “the man of the house” who must take care of the family until they return home.
About one hundred people gathered in front of the US Embassy in Yerevan today and demanded that the United States recognize Artsakh's independence.
Women and children from Artsakh, now taking refuge in Armenia, gathered in front of the United Nations Office in Yerevan today to demand that the international community pressure Baku and Ankara to stop the war.
Dozens rallied in front of the United Nations (UN) office in Yerevan today, October 16, to protest the international community’s failure to stop Azerbaijan's war against Artsakh.
"Let them wear these capes in peaceful conditions and protect themselves from the rain. It is important that everyone stands by the soldiers, "says Tatev's mom, Gayaneh Vardanyan.
The Azerbaijani military targeted Stepanakert, the Artsakh capital, on October 4, resulting in civilian deaths and wounded.
People of all ages, men and women, have been lining up at military commissariats in Armenia since early this morning as part of the country’s declared general mobilization following the outbreak of fighting along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan border.
On the Yerevan-Sevan-Vardenis roadway in Armenia, on the left side of the highway from Ltchap village to Berdkounk, there is a sign that hints at the existence of a trout store in the area.
Many believe that assigning Yerevan’s urban planning duties to just one person is an outdated concept that needs rethinking.
The Armenian National Assembly today, at the opening of the fifth session of its seventh convocation, took up the issue of electing Constitutional Court judges.
Aida Gasparyan is 32 years old. She married in 2007. The couple never dated. Her future husband was a friend of her sister's husband. He saw her and “snatched” her.
Karen Kamalyan has filed a lawsuit against the Yerevan Municipality over a 1,600 square meter plot of land in the city’s Dalma Gardens that the family has tended for almost thirty years.
Community roads are mostly in poor condition.
A team of Hetq reporters yesterday visited the Hovtashen, Noramarg, Sis, Hovtashat, Dashtavan and Zorak villages located in Armenia’s Ararat Province to check of the status of storks in the area.
Mariam Harutyunyan is an emergency medical nurse tending to Covid-19 patients arriving at St. Gregory the Illuminator Medical Center in the Nor Nork section of the Armenian capital.
The Vardashen homeless shelter, on the outskirts of Yerevan, is crowded.
Half joking, Norik’s father Nado says they wash their hands with vodka, in addition to imbibing the spirit with meals.
Svetlana says that they have been living together for forty years, but she has just started to understand her husband. Simon's mind wandered into space. As he talked, Svetlana was hunched over, picking greens.
Yerevan’s Metro stopped running today.
Armenia: Ararat Valley Village Life Under State of Emergency
Supporters of former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan demonstrated outside the Yerevan court where his trial on embezzlement charges kicked off today.
“We plan to build a smaller kindergarten corresponding to the needs of the 21st century that will be furnished with all the amenities to house the 150 children we estimate,” he said.
The family of four survives on around 50,000 drams ($105) every month.
"We're fourteen kids here․ I'm the eighth oldest," says 13-year-old Soghomon, not looking away from the wooden spoon he’s making. His glossy black eyes shine more when he smiles.
Our casual meeting Valery Aghajanov, a young Armenian wine merchant from Tbilisi who recently returned to Georgia, turned into a full-fledged degustation of Georgian wines.
The flashmobers distributed leaflets to travelers about the Caucasian leopard. By placing a special mobile phone app to the Caucasian leopard depicted on the sheet, the animal would assume a three-dimensional image.
The clothes of Armenian designers were presented during the exhibition.