Under the heading “The Day’s Fact”, the Yerevan Municipality claims to have asphalted 2.5 million square meters (1,553 miles) of roadway in the Armenian capital from 2012 to 2014.
I imagine a world free of violence and oppression, where living things co-exist in a beautiful cacophony, and where compassion guides our actions and words. It may sound utopian, but I believe that the process of education can...
Two former police officers accused of wiretapping Turkey’s President Erdogan were arrested late on Saturday at Istanbul airport after being extradited from Bucharest, Romania.
The Artsakh Ministry of Defense today refuted allegations appearing in the Azerbaijani press that five Armenian soldiers were killed in heavy clashes.
Former finance minister Darius Valcov was interrogated by Romania’s anti-corruption agency on Friday after the discovery of a hoard of 101 works of art allegedly belonging to him.
A spectator at today’s “100th Centennial Without the Regime” rally was stabbed after he chased down a group of youths who were heckling speakers and throwing eggs.
The US Department of State has announced US$ 3 million in rewards for tips that would help them arrest two alleged leaders of an online cybercrime syndicate responsible for US$ 50 million of financial losses worldwide.
Wahhabi leader Bilal Bosnic recruited a young man to fight for the Islamic State after hiring the boy to tend his sheep, a court in Bosnia has heard.
Many government offices are clients of Ghukasyan’s catering and lunch services. They include the Yerevan Municipality, the Prosecutor General’s Office, the RA Police, the Holy See of Etchmiadzin, the Central Bank of Armenia,...
Nearly 400 law enforcement officials have collaborated to make 78 arrests in a cross-border effort to bust a huge human trafficking ring.
In January 2014, the international price of copper stood at US$ 7,500 per ton. By January of this year it had dropped to $5,500.
Two Ukrainian officials suspected of high-level corruption have been arrested during a government meeting being aired live on TV.
Journalists in Mexico and Central America have created a groundbreaking new database compiling information on leading controversial figures, or persons of interest to the media, including persons involved in drug trafficking,...
Khadija Ismayilova, the investigative journalist jailed in Azerbaijan, has been allowed to see her family for the first time since her December arrest.
On March 25, the French Minister of National Education and Research, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, opened a three day symposium at the prestigious Sorbonne University (Paris) on the theme "The Armenian Genocide: 100 Years of Research."
Now, let’s take a look at the amount of bananas Mihran Poghosyan, who enjoys a monopoly over the fruit, imports to Armenia.
Hrant Bagratyan, a former Armenian prime minister who now serves as an Armenian National Congress (HAK) MP, criticized the government for not taking action to save the economy from destruction.
On April 4, 2015, more than 300 delegates of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) will participate in the 88th General Assembly at the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts (Matenadaran) in Yerevan, Armenia.
Samvel Hakobyan, one of the four Armenian soldiers wounded while repulsing an Azerbaijani incursion on the morning of March 19, died earlier today while being treated at the Stepanakert Central Military Hospital according to...
In response to a question posed by a Prosperous Armenia Party MP, Minister of Health Armen Muradyan quoted figures that the number of anemic women of childbearing age had doubled from 12% in 2000 to 24% in 2005.
The nominal average monthly salary in Armenia last month was 173,000 AMD (US$364), up 11% from the same period last year, according to the country’s National Statistical Service.
From January 2014 to January 2015, rates for services in Armenia rose by 3.2% according to the country’s National Statistical Service (NSS).
The Armenian government today held a meeting regarding this summer’s 6th annual Pan-Armenian Games to be held in the country from August 2-13.
More than 60 journalists have been targeted by 100 lawsuits since a corruption probe incriminated government ministers in 2013, according to a prominent member of the Turkish Journalism Association (TGC).
The treasurer of Brazil’s ruling party Joao Vaccari will go to trial on corruption and money-laundering charges, according to court papers revealed on Monday.
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