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Yerevan park trees felled as part of agreement with former gov’t, mayor’s office unable to prevent damage
Under the previous, "pre-revolutionary" government, a part of the park in the very center of the capital was leased until 2040, and no one can now prohibit the owner of the territory
This refutes information published by Russian media the day before. Armenian experts have yet to comment on the fake report, but social media users have plenty to say.
Military exercises, expecting tourists, search for a guilty party - "Past week in the Caucasus" from JAMnews, video
A review of what happened in the South Caucasus in the week of July 27-August 1, 2020 - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
City Hall officials welcome business development in city parks
The Soviet symbols still present in the Caucasus. Photo and video stories
The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia claims, there is no “swine flu” pandemic in the republic
Armenia is proud of Darchinyan, who lives in Australia, but performs under the Armenian flag
What people are dreaming about in Yerevan
4 generations of Yerevan residents wrote a letter to Santa Claus
What are trending New Year presents in Yerevan?
Arthur Alexanyan’s next goal is the Olympic Games gold
Everything for clients with and without imagination
New Year presents made in Yerevan apartment
“I don’t know what floor I am on, but there are floors upfront I have to reach"
Armenian national team’s failure, fans’ protest and Armenian Football Federation’s reaction
Ahead of constitutional referendum: arguments “against” constitutional changes from the same politicians, who today propagate “for” them
Viticulture in Armenia is facing a crisis, while the government, wine companies and farmers cannot agree on how to get out of it
16 years after the terrorist attack, Armenia still cannot answer loud the question, who stands behind it
What Country Armenian Citizens Will Live in After the Constitutional Referendum
Tatul Hakobyan dreamt of becoming a sports commentator, but he is now writing about something else