| 20.02.15 | 15:26
As many as 10 buses in Yerevan have been readjusted to serve the needs of wheelchair-bound people as part of a municipality program to facilitate disability friendly access in the city.
| 17.02.15 | 14:28
The Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) civil board member Artak Khachatryan who was kidnapped and beaten last week, hopes that the investigation of the case will be objective.
| 13.02.15 | 15:03
Concerns over a possible draught have been allayed somewhat by recent days of snow and rain. Meteorologists had warned that Lake Sevan might suffer due to an unusually dry winter, but Mher Mkrtumyan, chief of staff of State Committee of water economy of Armenian Ministry of Agriculture, told reporters Friday that normal precipitation in the next two months should avert problems in agriculture and in Sevan levels.
| 12.02.15 | 15:40
After membership in the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) no major changes have been noticed in the Armenian educational system, and one of the achievements is that all academic documents will be standardized.
| 12.02.15 | 11:32
The Center for Civil and Political Rights, which is in close cooperation with the UN Human Right Committee, announces: Armenia has not completed three primary commitments provisioned by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
| 10.02.15 | 15:24
Farmers in Armenia are being advised to not be fooled by the warm winter and wait before planting crops.
| 10.02.15 | 14:59
The story of the Armenian infant born with Down syndrome whose father (a New Zealander) is taking the boy out of the country, has caused a wave of social media chatter. The child’s father says Armenia is not a fit place for raising a special needs child – a claim that has once again raised questions about attitudes in Armenia towards people who are physically and mentally challenged.
| 10.02.15 | 10:43
Armenian tour agencies cannot fully utilize and serve Armenian national cuisine as a tourist ‘product’ to incoming tourists, whereas thus they would have contributed to the recognition of the country’s cultural values, specialists say.
| 09.02.15 | 15:39
Soon, dental services in Armenia might get more expensive, because equipment and materials are purchased for higher prices, field representatives told reporters on Monday, on the International Day of Dentists.
| 09.02.15 | 15:33
While several hundred citizens have protested the kidnapping and beating of Prosperous Armenia Party member Artak Khachatryan, government officials have urged PAP supporters to remain calm over the incident. (The incident took place near the Tashir shopping center in Yerevan on Saturday afternoon as three armed men wearing masks forced Khachatryan into a car. He was later found, unconscious, near his home.)