| 27.07.15 | 11:05
Another wave of tensions in the relations between Kurds and the Turkish state may change the balance of forces in the region and even reshape its borders, which cannot but have influence on Armenian affairs as well.
Controversial Syunik governor Surik Khachatryan’s son Tigran has been detained in connection with the May 2 incident in the town of Goris, according to the Investigative Committee of Armenia.
Armenia’s state prosecutors late last week dropped controversial criminal charges against the editor of an Armenian news website who has refused to comply with a court order to disclose sources of her information.
Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, has sent a message of congratulations to the new Armenian Catholic Patriarch of Cilicia, his Beatitude Grégoire Pierre XX Ghabroyan.
| 24.07.15 | 15:01
Another poll planned and implemented by Gallup Internatiоnal Association showed that a majority of Armenian’s population lacks information about the country’s Constitution.
| 24.07.15 | 11:11
Armenia’s main opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) has entered “substantial discussions”, a spokesman for the ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) said, referring to the ANC’s criticism of the latest package of constitutional amendments unveiled last week.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan on Thursday received Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), who was on a working visit to Armenia.
| 23.07.15 | 15:21
The government has held the second session after the resignation of Justice Minister Hovhannes Manukyan today, but no reference to it has been made again.
| 23.07.15 | 14:32
A prominent Soviet-era dissident is going to organize a public meeting in Yerevan’s Liberty Square on Friday to discuss the draft of constitutional amendments that he claims has shocked the Armenian political field after being released last week.
A new civil initiative campaigning against electricity price hikes has called for renewed street protests to curb the decision by Armenia’s utilities commission before it comes into force on August 1.