Features and Analysis

Armenian dream

4 generations of Yerevan residents wrote a letter to Santa Claus

Chickens getting to their feet

A paradoxical story about Karabakh poultry plant, that generates no profit, but is steadily conquering new markets

Shadowy resorts

The tourist season in Abkhazia was super-successful, and still it's unlikely that the local budget has raised its funds

Dangerous people

Pressure and persecution of Meydan TV reporters becomes commonplace

I am planning a great escape

Tatul Hakobyan dreamt of becoming a sports commentator, but he is now writing about something else

Diary of an avid traveler

There has been buzz in social networks that Dilijan and the adjacent area has become a center of ecotourism in Armenia

The end is near for the Soviets

A street named Sovetskaya (meaning ‘Soviet’ in English) is about to perish in the centre of Baku. And it’s also a bit scary, as its residents and historic monuments will be ‘perishing’ too

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