| 05.12.14 | 10:42
Armenia is ranked as a “free” country in the Freedom on the Net 2014 report released by the Freedom House on December 4.
| 04.12.14 | 15:47
A government decision will give Armenians a few more days of New Year holidays than usual, which, however, at least one observer says is a ploy aimed at “stealing more money” from the people.
| 04.12.14 | 11:51
While the Armenian lawmakers are discussing the question of the country’s membership in the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), civil society representatives claim that Armenia’s membership process will eventually fail because of absence of common principles and interests.
| 04.12.14 | 10:39
The Armenian government is going to take considerable steps to solve the housing problems of families in Gyumri who lost their homes in the 1988 earthquake, according to an official.
| 03.12.14 | 16:01
On the third day of calendar winter residents of low-lying parts of capital Yerevan finally woke up to snow, which, however, did not stay on the ground and stopped well before midday. Meanwhile, people in the provinces of Armenia have already had the “joy of winter” for days.
| 03.12.14 | 15:57
The fact that Armenia was the first among CIS countries to adopt anti-corruption strategy still 11 years ago and in fact has completed two such strategies is no ground for the people to think that corruption in the country has decreased.
| 02.12.14 | 15:45
While Azerbaijan’s latest efforts to prevent a United Nations agency from recognizing Armenian lavash (flat bread) as intangible cultural heritage have failed, experts in Armenia believe further such resistance from the neighboring country can be expected in the future.
| 02.12.14 | 11:25
Some experts and healthcare specialists criticize the government’s program to enrich flour with iron and folic acid. They say the program of enriching flour with substances of doubtful origin may be a huge threat for the population
| 01.12.14 | 15:56
As many as 93 school children in the town of Yeghvard were hospitalized at the end of last week, believed to have been poisoned from food they ate served at Kindergarten N1.
| 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.