Local elections are scheduled for September 18 in 317 communities throughout the provinces of Aragatzotn, Ararat, Armavir, Syunik and Tavoush in Armenia.
Azerbaijan violated the Karabakh LoC ceasefire more than 25 times last night, firing some 370 rounds of various caliber weapons, this according to the NKR Ministry of Defense.
Armenia’s Deputy Minister of Nature Protection Khachik Hakobyan employed legalese to argue that the ministry could play no part in the case involving two Armenian brothers arrested on March 23 in Tanzania when they attempted to...
Of the 68 case files regarding illegal felling of 420 trees compiled in the first half of 2016, 21 have been sent to the police and 47 to the ministry of nature protection for follow-up.
83-year-old Serob Virabyan has four children, but the blacksmith now lives by himself in the village of Tzater, in Armenia’s northern Lori Province.
Armenia’s Human Rights Defender (HRD) says that round-the-clock care by medical professionals for injured members of the Sasna Dzrer armed group at the convicts’ hospital has been stopped.
Strengthening co-operation between Armenian police and civil society highlighted in meeting between police and OSCE Office in Yerevan
On 18 August 2016 the Head of the OSCE Office in Yerevan Argo Avakov met with the Deputy Head of the Armenian Police Vardan Yeghiazaryan to discuss developments related to the 17 July seizure of the Erebuni police compound in...
The casual, obscenity-laden telephone transcript splashed in Bosnian media at the start of this month appeared to reveal a startling act: One of the country’s most powerful politicians being told that he was protected from major...
British authorities intercepted a fishing trawler off the southwest coast of England on Thursday, finding more than a tonne of cocaine and arresting three men, the country’s National Crime Agency (NCA) said.
Artsakh President Bako Sahakyan discussed military issues with visiting Armenia Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan in Stepanakert today, according to the NKR presidential website.
Taking advantage of a resettlement plan, the Virabyan family from the town of Charentsavan in Armenia moved to the village of Nor (New) Verinshen in the Nor Shahumyan district of Artsakh.
Armenia’s Special Investigative Service (SIS) has announced that a number of police officials have been found guilty of abusing their powers and hindering reporters covering the Electric Yerevan protests on June 23, 2015.