From Armenia to Georgia by bicycle
The terrifying and disgusting word, we are taking with us into 2017
What’s the influence of public opinion on decision-making on political issues of particular importance for Armenia?
“Everything should be done to provide villagers with jobs and make them stay in the village”
Medics recommend to find time for a check-up at least once a year
This year marks 25th anniversary of the end of the USSR. Here’s the story about those, who created and dissolved it
Young people, united around the idea of Armenfilm Revival, are making efforts to restore the film studio
There are no appropriate living conditions in Tlik village: one has to pass 15km just to buy a packet of salt
President believes, it’s high time to jointly implement the development policy
Pensioners in post-Soviet countries: what their life is like?
Until diploma is a subject of merchandise, people will buy diplomas rather than knowledge
Outpatient clinics in some villages need ‘treatment’ themselves in order to provide services to people
Setting up a uniform league for football development in the region
Trump has arrived and Warlick is leaving. Under whose’ ‘umbrella’ will the region find itself?
Out of 100 percent Azerbaijan got 38, Russia - 34, Armenia - 24, Georgia - 7
Armavir’s sanitary clearness issue has been officially solved, but the waste keeps growing around the town
A fund will be set up in Armenia, where certain amounts will be transferred on monthly basis by each working citizen
Past, present and the future prospects of Armenia-Iran economic relations
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