Women are so involved in Armenia’s potato industry that most potato types are named after women. Photos and video
Preliminary data shows that Nikol Pashinyan’s political bloc My Step has won about 82 per cent of the vote in the Yerevan Council of Elders election.
Three of Armenia's former presidents - Levon Ter-Petrosyan, Robert Kocharyan and Serzh Sargsyan - passed up an invitation to participate in the festivities
The deadly events of 1 March 2008 were revisited in two of the three cases
They protest against a recent remark by the PM that the election would boil down to a race between "blacks and whites" meaning the supporters and opponents of his "velvet revolution"
The wiretapped conversation relates to the possible arrest of ex-president Robert Kocharyan, who allegedly owns the media outlet
Armenia’s rural areas suffer from a lack of teachers, but programme participants provide local school children with a good education
The previous sentence of two months is set to increase to two years
Those who choose to sell their vote are to be penalized, as are the politicians buying them
Prime Minister Pashinyan welcomed participants in French, which surprised his fellow citizens
Audio recording between heads of Armenian National Security Service and Special Investigation Service causes scandal in Armenia
Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan says that the wiretap that produced this recording was organised by ‘traitors to the nation’.
Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze is visiting Armenia on an official visit
The country's parliament has criminalized bribery for the pre-election period
Russian and Armenian leaders meet in Moscow