Armenian youth activists campaigning against a controversial electricity price hike on Wednesday gave the Armenian government until September 11 to formally scrap the unpopular measure or face new non-stop demonstrations in Yerevan.
OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs will hold a meeting with the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia this month to discuss a potential presidential meeting later this year.
The Tumo Center for Creative Technologies launched its newest center in Nagorno-Karabakh’s capital of Stepanakert today, thanks to a partnership between the Simonian Educational Foundation and the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU).
The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic celebrates twenty four years of independence today, September 2, 2015.
Azerbaijani forces shelled border regions in Armenia’s Tavush Province on Tuesday night hitting targets in the Aygepar and Chinari villages.
The “No to Plunder” movement, which mobilized tens of thousands of Armenians in June to stage a two-week sit-in at Baghramyan Avenue, staged another protest on Tuesday
The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic will mark twenty four years since its independence proclamation from Azerbaijan on Wednesday, September 2.
Turkey’s newly appointed minister overseeing European affairs said Tuesday that Genocide was committed against Armenians in Turkey during the First World War
Yevnige Aposhian Salibian, a survivor of the Armenian Genocide, who became an outspoken advocate for truth and justice as recently as April of this year, has passed away.
The Armenian government on Monday approved a decision by the shareholders of ArmenFilm Studio to re-register the company and return its shares to the state.