A glimpse into the country’s history
Taboos surrounding the genocide began to change in 1965
"We have a significant legal basis for territorial claims. And if we are ready and conduct work in this direction, we will be able to make use of the situation” – expert
Ilham Aliyev accused the Armenian Prime Minister of disrupting the negotiations, Nikol Pashinyan responded to the president of Azerbaijan by urging him to "return to a constructive place"
Of all the EAEU countries, Russia has not resumed air traffic only with Armenia. “This is an imperial policy – to constantly keep the current authorities under pressure and to achieve something,” one Armenian political scientist believes
Russian spies sought in Armenia after Dossier Center investigation claims Kremlin spy network working in country
The investigation lists the names of people who work for Russian intelligence. The head of the National Security Service of Armenia noted that this publication is considered as a crime report
Armenian experts: Baku's indignant statements on the resettlement of Lebanese Armenians to Karabakh
Due to the situation with the coronavirus pandemic, all celebrations are taking place online
Mother and daughter Fartun Adan and Ilvad Elman receive a $1,000,000 grant and share the amount between three organizations
Fathers will be able to take five days of paid leave within thirty days of the child's birth
Armenian-Azerbaijani border, soldier killed, Tavush, Nikol Pashinyan, David Tonoyan, Minister of Defense
Only members of the ruling party participated in the secret ballot, the opposition declared a boycott
The country still needs to improve the government institutions that contribute to ensuring a competitive environment, the report says
“When you live in a flat you can't change anything, 'cause it's not yours. Now we have our own places, I just can't believe I can do whatever I want. I can change it, paint it, renovate it, anything”
Figures from the first half of 2020 fell by half compared to the same period in 2019
Entrepreneurs who import goods will have to pay more for customs clearance, and street vendors need to comply with a number of restrictions
Armenian lawyers contested the decision of the European Court of Human Rights. The court does not hold Azerbaijan accountable for a crime committed by an Azerbaijani soldier.
Relatives of victims of March 1, 2008 riots in Armenia refuse to participate in trial of ex. pres. Kocharyan
The relatives say the trial has turned into a farce, "and there is pronounced sabotage on the part of some offices and opposition to attempts to identify the true culprits."