| 13.01.15 | 17:49
The issue of the handover of Valeri Permyakov, a Russian soldier suspected of murdering a six-member family in Gyumri, to Armenian law-enforcement bodies is not being considered, the Armenian Prosecutor-General’s Office said in a statement today.
| 22.12.14 | 13:14
A new opposition movement called “100th Anniversary without the Regime” has condemned the weekend attack on its activist, describing it as the latest evidence that “the criminal regime is trying to cling to power at any cost, including by means of violence.”
| 17.12.14 | 10:17
A closed show of the video of torture of Armenian serviceman Hakob Injighulyan in Azerbaijani captivity took place at the Ombudsman’s office in Yerevan on Tuesday, reports News.am
| 11.12.14 | 16:11
Two recent attacks on Karabakh war veterans have raised speculation that there is an organized attempt to quash opposition to the current government.
| 11.12.14 | 10:56
The National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Human Rights Defense and Public Affairs held Parliamentary hearings regarding the implementation by Armenia of the PACE’s Resolution 1900 ‘Defining Political Prisoner’, during which the opposition criticized the government.
| 10.12.14 | 15:59
December 10, which has been marked as International Day of Human Rights since 1950, was another occasion to raise human rights issues in Armenia.
| 01.12.14 | 15:32
On September 9 the National Assembly Head of Security Service, Karen Hayrapetyan tore ‘Hello, Rob’ poster from the NA main gate and pushed A1+ TV journalist Marine Khachatryan who was covering the event called ‘Hello, Rob’ organized by Counterstrike group devoted to the memory of Poghos Poghosyan, who was violently bitten and killed for using the expression ‘Privet, Rob’ (Hello, Rob – in Russian) 13 years ago. Even after the journalist introduced herself Hayrapetyan struck her, causing hers to drop her computer tablet on which she was recording the event.
| 01.12.14 | 11:02
Repatriated Armenian prisoner of war Hakob Injighulyan will be questioned during the trial of two Azerbaijani citizens charged with committing murders and acts of sabotage in the territory of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, it emerged during the weekend.
| 27.11.14 | 10:52
Against Legal Arbitrariness NGO received a negative response to its appeals to international organizations to follow the trial of two Azerbaijani citizens suspected of sabotage in Nagorno-Karabakh and conduct monitoring.
| 05.11.14 | 13:46
This day a year ago a ‘Revolution of Values’ was attempted in Armenia as radical opposition Tseghakron party leader Shant Harutyunyan, his friends and supporters and simply ordinary citizens rallied around the idea staging a protest in central Yerevan.