On the night of April 24, the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide was marked with a rally and an act in front of the residence of the Turkish Ambassador in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a rally in Cordoba province early that day.
Armenia airline will start operating regular flights to Israel, the press service of the Chief Civil Aviation Department of Armenia said on Wednesday.
From advocating for Artsakh’s reunification with Armenia to advancing the criminalization of the Armenian Genocide, the three leading candidates vying for the presidency this Sunday have gone on record about their views regarding Artsakh, justice for the Armenian Genocide and relations with Armenia in interviews with Nouvelles d’Armenie.
Russia sees no problems with the resumption of cargo transportation to Armenia through Abkhazia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told a press conference in Sukhumi on Tuesday.
Any foreign company involved in excavations or reconstruction of historical monuments in the Azerbaijani territories occupied by Armenia will be included into the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry’s ‘blacklist.’
The Third Biennial Conference on Iranian Studies was held at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge from April 11-12, organized by the Symposia Iranica and University of Cambridge.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday congratulated Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his slim “victory” after the country’s April 16 referendum election, vastly perceived as controversial.
Turkey’s main opposition party demanded on Monday that a referendum granting President Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers be nullified after a narrow “Yes” vote that exposed bitter divisions and drew concern from European Union leaders.
“The Turkish constitutional changes referendum cannot in any way be called reforms,” said Pakrat Estukyan, Editor-in-Chief of the Armenian department of Istanbul’s Agos weekly.
A Baku court on April 7 extended Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin’s arrest term for three months.