18:38 | May 11, 2018
While the date as to when Armenia’s Court of Appeals will review the case of Jirayr Sefilyan, sentenced on March 20 of this year to ten years and five months on charges of preparing to foment public disorder, illegal arms possession, and conspiracy to seize government buildings, is not yet known, we do know that Judge Rouzanna Barseghyan will preside and will be assisted by judges Mkhitar Papoyan and Manoushak Petrosyan.
17:53 | May 4, 2018
Investigators in Armenia started looking into the case in early 2016, after having received a report from the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) about some accounting irregularities connected to a €120,000 grant made to the Martuni Student Council NGO.
00:12 | April 20, 2018
Shortly prior, the court satisfied the suit of Special Investigative Service investigator on the arrest of Tigran Mazmanyan, a civil activist. Thus, Mazmanyan was sentenced to a two-month imprisonment.
16:42 | March 23, 2018
Today’s trial session in the August 1, 2017 murder case of four people at a funeral home in the Aragatzotn village of Shamiram had to be postponed due to the absence of defense attorney Kromvel Grigoryan.
16:35 | March 20, 2018
Many people who wished to enter the court as spectators never made it inside. Court officers demanded that people produce identity papers so that they could see if their names appeared on a list of banned individuals the court had drawn up.
12:18 | March 20, 2018
An Armenian court today sentenced Jirayr Sefilyan to ten years and five months imprisonment on charges of preparing to foment public disorder, illegal arms possession, and conspiracy to seize government buildings.
12:37 | March 12, 2018
The signatories to the letter also urge the European Union and international organizations to make the demand that Armenia stop its persecution of political opponents, particularly Ghukasyan, as a prerequisite for any future development of relations.
12:21 | February 27, 2018
Armenia’s Court of Appeals today sustained a lower court’s verdict sentencing former Artsakh Defense Minister Samvel Babayan to six years behind bars for money laundering and attempting to smuggle a portable surface-to-air missile into Armenia.
14:16 | February 19, 2018
“I was hoping for another outcome, a just decision, but I knew it was impossible,” Gharibyan told Hetq. The diaspora Armenian vintner says he will take the matter to the Court of Cassation.
17:03 | February 14, 2018
Security was tight today at the trial of Telman Kalashyan, accused of gunning four to death and injuring seven others at a funeral home in Aragatzotn village of Shamiram on August 1, 2017.
16:18 | February 13, 2018
“I saw guys with truncheons; around ten guys. They removed the clubs hidden in their clothes,” said Tigran Mkrtchyan, who witnessed the clashes between demonstrators and cops on July 29, 2106 while on the way to his uncle’s house.
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