In the north of Armenia, in the Lori region, where several mining enterprises are already operating, green areas are again under threat
Gayane Mkrtchyan, Yerevan
Women who moved to Armenia after the second Karabakh war are helped to find work and settle in a new place. The stories of families who settled in the southern region of the country
Why and how did the streams of disinformation and manipulative news penetrate the media? Methods of combating them - journalistic organizations
Nare Ghazaryan, 30, has been in charge of the village of Shikahogh for 4 years. She talks about new borders with Azerbaijan, an uncertain economic future and ensuring the security of villagers
“It's unusual for our community to see women on stage, but I did. Women who are older than me condemn me, say that it is a disgrace, 'how dare you go on stage!'” says Anahit
What problems did they face, what they needed and what help they received from journalistic organizations
The road to Nakhichevan: is Armenia surrendering its territories to Azerbaijan or emerging from blockade?
What is known at this time, what roads people used during the Soviet years, what do the residents of Meghri think about the construction of new transport communications, what they fear and what are they waiting for
“When I was younger and thought about having a baby, I said to myself: I will never go for it unless I get married. But time and age help one come to this decision”
The pandemic brought Armenian wine and brandy production to a halt. The producers’ losses will hit farmers, as they have a rich harvest of grapes, but factories are not in a position to begin purchasing
Living in Movses, right on the border with Azerbaijan, is far from safe
Bad roads, one student per class and abundant exotic fruits: Nrnadzor residents sound off on their eclectic life
Groups of young people are uniting and changing the situation in the most “difficult” villages of the country, using their own potential and resources
Refugees receive the same rights as citizens of the country - along with the same problems. How to solve them in a foreign country without knowledge of the language?
The government has developed a stimulus programme for businesses affected by coronavirus – those who don’t qualify are finding ways to help themselves.
“If a parent keeps a child isolated from society because of their problems, they will never recover”
“When I get my pension I hurry to repay my debts. Only after that can I calmly fall asleep”
“People must know that in order to receive the status of refugee, in their homeland there must be a significant threat to their lives”
Video from two Yerevan photo studios