Armenia

Schoolchildren at war

The wars waged in the 1990s continues on the pages of school textbooks

"Give me wings". Tatever

New cableway encouraged locals to open guesthouses. But too many rooms have remained vacant

The group has surrendered

The anti-crisis initiative board has ceased functioning, the movement is being ‘self-organized’

What do the rebels want?

Blood was shed. This means that the rebels are facing the risk of being arrested even in the case of voluntary surrender

‘Putin’s plan’ for Karabakh

It means the de-escalation of conflict, opening of the Armenian-Turkish border and Georgia’s turning back towards Russia

Tasty but not profitable

Farmers estimate how much a kilo of apricots will cost them and at what price it will be more beneficial to sell the crops to factories

High class film week

In Yerevan the 13th «Golden Apricot» International Film Festival began

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