Gunfire erupted at a police compound that has been seized by an armed group calling itself the “Daredevils of Sasoun” early Wednesday morning local time.
A memorandum of understanding was signed between Tumo Center for Creative Technologies and Koghb Education, Culture and Sports Development Fund on opening a Tumo center in the northeastern village of Koghb.
Armenia and the European Union have made further progress in ongoing negotiations on a new agreement to deepen their political and economic ties, a senior Armenian government official said on Tuesday.
Iran’s oil minister, Bijan Zanganeh, has announced that on the basis of a new agreement between Tehran and Yerevan, Iranian gas will be transferred to Georgia through Armenia.
Nagorno-Karabakh President’s Spokesperson David Babayan said regardless of happenings in Baku, the Armenian side is always ready.
On Thursday, July 21st, the first official Little Free Library in Armenia was installed in Yerevan, at 80 Aram Street.
As thousands marched across the capital on Monday in support of regime change and “Daredevils of Sasoun,” Armenia’s NSS Service said if ‘Daredevils’ members surrender they might avoid imprisonment.
Over the last 1.5 years, as a result of the Azerbaijani shelling and bombing, nearly 1600 houses were damaged and seven civilians were killed near the bordering area of Tavush province.
On July 23, Armenian serviceman Arsen Arakelian was killed while serviceman Mher Ziloyan was wounded in a shooting from the Azerbaijani side.
“Daredevils of Sasoun,” a group that seized a police station in Yerevan said it would not surrender despite release hostages