Seven Armenian Ministry of Economy employees were arrested Wednesday on “abuse of power” charges following a probe into a government tender process for services designed for the Public Investment Projects Bank.
It took sixteen years, but an Armenian court has ruled that Hetq is innocent of slandering former Ijevan Mayor Varuzhan Nersisyan in a case involving the illegal operation of a sand mine at the White Water reservoir on the Aghstev River.
Three Armenian soldiers who died on September 19 in Karabakh fighting advancing Azerbaijani troops were laid to rest today at Yerevan’s Yerablur Military Cemetery.
47-year-old Narineh Asatryan is accused of throwing an unopened umbrella at Pashinyan on April 10 during the prime minister’s visit to Malishka, a village near Yeghegnadzor.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan called on Azerbaijan to prove it’s committed to achieving a peace deal with Armenia by allowing a convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid to proceed to Stepanakert, the Artsakh capital.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, at a government cabinet session today, said his July 20 meeting in Brussels with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and EU Council President Charles Michel, failed to achieve any progress towards unblocking the Lachin Cor
Relatives of the fifteen Armenian soldiers who died in a January 19 military barracks fire say they left a June 28 meeting with Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan disappointed because he claimed not to be aware of all the details of the deadly incident.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan today appeared before a parliamentary fact-finding committee investigating the 2020 Artsakh war and said Armenia couldn’t use certain weapons during the conflict because it didn’t fully have the right to do so.
Pashinyan said he was compelled to sign the November 9 ceasefire because Azerbaijani troops had occupied the town of Shushi and threatened the Karabakh capital of Stepanakert, a few kilometers away.
Opposition MPs gathered outside Yerevan’s Corruption Court today to voice their support of former Armenian education minister Armen Ashotyan, arrested earlier today on money laundering and abuse of official powers.
One of the lawyers, Hovsep Sargsyan, reported the news to reporters after leaving a Yerevan court today citing a difference of opinion regarding defense strategy.
Gayaneh Hakobyan, the mother of Zhora Martirosyan, a solider who died in the war, allegedly drove off with Ashot Pashinyan after he got in her car to discuss the consequences of the war.
Relatives of Armenian soldiers who died in the 2020 Karabakh war today gathered outside a Yerevan court today where a case is being heard regarding the arrest of a woman who allegedly attempted to kidnap Ashot Pashinyan, the son of Armenian PM Nikol
Relatives of the fifteen Armenian soldiers who died in a January 19 military barracks fire gathered outside the Government Building in Yerevan today and are demanding to meet with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Minister of Defense Suren Papikyan
Arman Barseghyan, the father of Gagik Barseghyan, one of the soldiers who died, told reporters after the meeting that officials gave incomplete answers to their questions.
Norayr Norikyan, the lawyer representing relatives of the fifteen soldiers who died in a January 19 military barracks fire, today said he will seek a second forensic examination given that the first raised more questions than answers.
The new station will, once completed, extend Yerevan’s one-line ten station system to the capital’s Ajapnyak district northwest of the city center.
The municipality of the Armenian town of Ijevan yesterday dropped its slander suit against Hetq publisher Investigative Journalists NGO, but former Ijevan mayor Varuzhan Nersisyan insists the news outlet defamed his honor, dignity and business reputa
Ten tons of food and medicine were shipped to Artsakh from Armenia today, via the Lachin Corridor, with the mediation of the International Red Cross (IRC).
Armen Ashotyan, who served as Armenia’s Minister of Education and Science (2209-2016), has been charged with officially abusing his power while minister that involved money laundering.
The increase is according to the 2023 draft budget that has yet to be passed by the Armenian National Assembly.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, citing continuing military threats from Azerbaijan, has called for an international observer mission to be deployed along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
Pashinyan, at today’s government cabinet session, claimed that Azerbaijan has launched a campaign to convince Armenia’s allies, and others, to freeze millions of dollars’ worth of arms shipments to Armenia.
The forum, which opens tomorrow, will hold round tables to discuss issues of cooperation in the field of building up the logistics and investment potential of the regions, the development of digitalization, as well as humanitarian cooperation between
Azerbaijan has handed over the bodies of 32 Armenian soldiers killed in this week's border clashes to the Armenian side, this according to Armenian Defense Ministry spokesman Aram Torosyan.
Opposition MPs in Armenia say they will propose a vote of no confidence seeking the resignation of PM Nikol Pashinyan.
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, at a government cabinet session today, said that Armenia is obligated to provide Azerbaijan a land connection between the western region of Azerbaijan and Nakhichevan, and that Baku has not taken advantage of his governme
Pashinyan said that if Russian peacekeepers and Azerbaijan guarantee the integrity of the Karabakh Line of Contact, the Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army need not be on combat duty.
A leader of the political opposition in Armenia announced the launch of widespread civil disobedience tomorrow in a push to force the Pashinyan government to resign.
Armenia’s Hayastan parliamentary faction has submitted a bill for discussion that would make the denial, approval or justification of the 1915 Armenian a punishable offence.
“My dream is for my children to be well, for this house to be fixed up a bit. But I’m just not able to, either physically or financially. But I’ll never give up hope.”
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan today announced that the country isn’t facing a health crisis even though just one-quarter of the population has received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
Armenian State Revenue Committee (SRC) Chairman Rustam Badasyan today claimed that the average 2021 monthly salary in the country was 214,000 drams ($446), up from 203,000 drams in 2020.
Armenian Security Council Secretary Armen Grigoryan today said that Armenia is ready to dialog with Turkey but that no formal agenda has yet to be formulated.