Three votes went to Aras Ozbilz, a former player for Armenia’s national team.
Air quality monitoring equipment at Yerevan construction sites has yet to be installed three and a half months after the city’s municipal council issued a directive to do so.
Armenia ranks 54th in a recent Global AI Index that looks at the artificial intelligence capacities of sixty-two countries.
Local and state government agencies in Armenia continue to sign contracts worth billions of drams from a company owned by Hakob Stepanyan, who is on trial for defrauding the government of 256 million drams (US$661,000) in 2019.
Armenia and Azerbaijan were two of the thirty-one member states approved for the posts of vice-presidents of the 42nd session of the UNESCO General Conference now underway in Paris.
Ten-year-old Mira excelled at her school in Artsakh. She regrets not taking her awards with her when the family fled their village of Kert in Artsakh’s Martuni district.
The European Commission will provide 500,000 Euros of humanitarian aid to support the population affected by military operations in Artsakh, according to the Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations department (DG ECHO).
In May 2022, Kristina Loginova, a Russian designer, relocated to Armenia. At the time, she knew nothing about Armenia, but the last thing she could ever imagine was to encounter the problem of air pollution in this mountainous country.
440 people from twenty-five countries, applied for asylum in Armenia in the first half of 2023.
A recent article published in the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) reports that Armenia was one of the ninety countries that have imported a low-quality drug to treat childhood cancer.
University of Chile professor and AUA lecturer Nelson Baloyan hopes the summit will be beneficial for students and professors of both countries.
Protesters gathered outside the Russian Embassy in Yerevan, calling on Moscow to fulfill its obligation, according to the 2020 Artsakh war ceasefire it brokered with Armenia and Azerbaijan, to ensure free movement of people and traffic along the Lach