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.
A Hetq team recently visited Armenia’s Abovyan Penitentiary, the only such institution in the country that holds women convicts and detainees.
To mark Armenia’s 28th anniversary of independence from the Soviet Union, the government decided to hold the main celebration in Gyyumri. Thousands flocked to the city, Armenia’s second largest, to participate and soak in the positive vibes.
Hetq, together with its JNews.ge partners in Georgia, has studied the crimes and convictions of citizens of Armenia in Georgia and citizens of Georgia in Armenia.
Albert Parsamyan, a skilled potter with more than three decades of experience, received a proposal from an international organization to develop pottery production in Aragatzotn Province in 2014.
Hetq has started to investigate leasing contracts of state-owned forest lands in Armenia.
Hetq continues exploring the issue of closed kindergartens in Yerevan and the owners of their sites.
Five years ago, Garik Khumaryan and his friend Boris Hambardzumyan founded a silvery business in Yerevan to showcase Armenian culture via jewelry.
Every morning, 74-year-old Gagik Movsesyan gases up his cream-colored RAF Soviet-era van and drives his four-year old grandson Garik to kindergarten.
27-year-old Gayaneh Papoyan, a blue-eyed mother of five, got married nine years ago. Since then, she’s moved many times, renting houses here and there together with her husband.
Hundreds of people opposed to the Amulsar mine set off from Yerevan today in a car convoy to join residents and activists in the town of Jermouk demonstrating against the proposed mine.
Armenia’s National Assembly passed a bill on April 9 that made the holiday, proposed by the government, official.
“We founded Moreni to incorporate Armenian embellishments for Armenian fashion. We wanted to use Armenian ornamentation to make young Armenian women fashionable,” says Nahapetyan.
Armenia’s only homeless shelter is located in Vardashen, a small community just a stone’s throw from Yerevan’s Erebuni Fortress.
Yerevan: Candlelight Vigil Commemorates April 2016 “Four Day War” Victims.
Shant views painting as a psychological state of mind, not a profession. It’s a lifestyle choice.
Mariam is having difficulty navigating her wheelchair along the cracked wooden floor.
The government-initiated event attracted tens of thousands..
Residents of Sisakyan Street, in Yerevan’s Ajapnyak District, are up in arms about a 12-story building being constructed in their neighborhood of private homes and low-rise apartment buildings.