Thirty-four years ago on December 7, 1988 at 11:40am, a terrible earthquake struck Armenia; these are some stories of survivors
A director, a doctor, a rescuer - stories of three people who survived the terrible earthquake in Armenia in 1988 and rebuilt their lives
These aren’t bullet casings that kill – but objects of beauty that adorn women
Video from the village Marmashen
“We came with a friend when we found out who works here. That’s why we came. We like that these people are not isolated, but on the contrary, they are involved in business,” visitors say.
Stories from those who have already come back home
This year Yerevan and two regions of Armenia will fully switch to a system of inclusive education, although there are still many unsolved problems – here are some of the failures and successes on this path
How one street named in honor of Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli was restored in Armenia’s second largest city, Gyumri
The curious alternatives to gas and electricity in Shirak, the country’s coldest region
Women are so involved in Armenia’s potato industry that most potato types are named after women. Photos and video
29 years after an earthquake struck Armenia over 2 500 temporary shelters still remain in use in Gyumri
More housing has been built in Shirak district than what was destroyed, yet temporary shelters remain in use. JAMnews investigates
“This place can be touristic, if its residents feel good and are happy.”
Canadian pensioners go in for fitness, attend language courses, go sightseeing. And how do the ordinary pensioners in Gyumri, Armenia, live?