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.