Goris residents had been living in cave-dwellings until the 18th century
The ministry of education has published a list of rules for the new school year in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Classes start September 15, after the state of emergency is lifted.
According to the minister of health, taking into account economic activity and the number of citizens returning to the country, no less than 250 infections per day are projected.
For three hours, Serzh Sargsyan answered journalist's questions on the circumstances of the war in April 2016
Schools, universities open, TV anchors may work without masks. State of emergency restrictions loosened in Armenia
The state of emergency in Armenia came into force on 16 March. It has been extended multiple times, most recently until 11 September.
‘This isn’t Lake Sevan’ – Turkish FM reacts harshly to Armenia's statement on former’s exploration in Mediterranean
Earlier, the Armenian Foreign Ministry issued a statement supporting Cyprus and Greece and urging Turkey to reconsider its "destabilizing position" in the Eastern Mediterranean
The peak of the coronavirus epidemic in the country has passed, but the disease continues to spread. Many schools do not have basic hygienic conditions.
These aren’t bullet casings that kill – but objects of beauty that adorn women
About the July aggravation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Karabakh conflict, relations with Russia and the West, the fight against coronavirus – in a BBC interview with Nikol Pashinyan
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
The assistance is intended for those companies that avoided layoffs during the crisis
A criminal case was initiated against Vladimir Gasparyan, who obstructed the work of a Radio Liberty film crew
Ethnic minorities in Armenia rarely speak out about their problems
They are forced to make the choice between protecting their rights and keeping their jobs. In addition, many simply do not know where to turn for help.
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.
Robert Kocharyan spoke about the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Karabakh conflict and Azerbaijani-Turkish military exercises near the Armenian border
In an interview with the Israeli Jerusalem Post, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan stated that the weapons that Azerbaijan buys from Israel are being used against civilians in Armenia