Hundreds marched in Madrid today to protest Azerbaijani military aggression against Artsakh and to demand that the Spanish government recognizes the independence of Artsakh.
The fiercest fighting took place in the southern direction of the Artsakh border, he said, adding that the norther border was relatively calm today.
Armenian Defense Ministry representative Artsrun Hovhannisyan, at an evening press briefing in Yerevan, said that there were fierce battles throughout the day today along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan border, especially in the south.
On October 13, Armenians organized another rally in front of the government building in Paris, demanded that the French government recognize Artsakh's independence.
Artsakh Human Rights Defender Artak Beglaryan, presenting the findings at a Stepanakert press conference today of his second interim report on Azerbaijani war violations since the outbreak of fighting on September 27, reported that 25 civilians have
Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan said he would ask Armenia to recognize his country’s independence if he doesn’t see, in the next day or two, a willingness on the part of Azerbaijan to resolve the conflict peacefully.
Stepanakert Deputy Mayor Suren Tamrazyan, at a press conference today, stated that 50-60% of the Artsakh capital’s population is still in the beleaguered city that has been targeted by Azerbaijani military missile attacks.
Former Artsakh National Speaker Ashot Ghulyan, at a press conference today in Stepanakert, said that while the country was expecting warfare, he and other held out hope that Azerbaijan would have learnt some lessons from the past and avoided launchin
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.
Construction waste has been dumped in the area called "Korean Gorge" in the Yerevan’s Arabkir Administrative District since Soviet times.
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.
After two weeks of coronavirus self-isolation, Yerevan resident Karineh Avetisyan returned home on June 16.
For the past few days Tigran Mkrtchyan, a doctor by profession, has been monitoring patients at a coronavirus isolation ward set up in one of the hotels located in Dilijan, a resort town in Armenia’s northern Tavush Province.
Assange, 48, faces eighteen charges of attempted hacking and breaches of the Espionage Act in the U.S. linked to the publication of hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables and files covering areas including US activities in Afghanistan and Iraq.
“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.