Better not get sick

Outpatient clinics in some villages need ‘treatment’ themselves  in order to provide services to people

Karabakh: what’s next

Trump has arrived and Warlick is leaving. Under whose’ ‘umbrella’ will the region find itself?

Corruption leaders

Out of 100 percent Azerbaijan got 38, Russia - 34, Armenia - 24, Georgia - 7

Waste dumps just everywhere

Armavir’s sanitary clearness issue has been officially solved, but the waste keeps growing around the town    

Mandatory assistance to the army

A fund will be set up in Armenia, where certain amounts will be transferred on monthly basis by each working citizen


Armenians in Russia

“Urartu” basketball club to represent Armenia in the Russian Super League-1

Death agony

The end is nigh for CSTO, the post-soviet bloc where Armenia is the only Caucasus member state

To marry and adopt a village

A citizen of Australia and New Zealand calls on Armenian Diaspora to help homeland’ villages get back on their feet

A ‘Symphonic’ Bus

A classical music concert in public transport. Merry musical buses are driving around Yerevan

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