The will of the people of Karabakh cannot be ignored while settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Director of Institute of CIS countries Konstantin Zatulin told media outlet Noev Kovcheg.
The Armenian Evangelical “Bethel” College in Aleppo, Syria has been damaged on August 25 due to shelling by militant groups.
The ANCA-WR along with its local chapters of ANCA Hollywood and San Fernando Valley West announced a very early endorsement of current LAUSD Board of Education President Steve Zimmer.
Armenia’s authorities are under no legal obligations to extradite Valery Permyakov, who was on Tuesday sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering a family of seven in Gyumri, to Russia, lawyer Russian Zakalyuzhny told RIA Novosti.
Armenia’s government is working on the establishment of an Armenian-Iranian free economic zone in the country’s southernmost Meghri region, Economy Minister Artsvik Minasyan said on Thursday.
The Nagorno-Karabakh’s National Assembly voted 28 to 0 at an extraordinary session today to approve the proposal on amnesty on the occasion of Artsakh’s 25th anniversary.
On August 23, 1990, Armenia declared independence from the Soviet Union by adopting a Declaration of Independence.
The Monitoring Mission of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum visited Armenia to to assess the situation with non-governmental organizations and media in the aftermath of the political crisis that took place July 17-21, 2016.
United States Attorney Richard Hartunian, the Albany-based federal prosecutor for the Northern District of New York, was appointed Monday to lead an advisory committee on policy for U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Armenian families living in Syria’s Hasakah region try to remain in safe places and overcome hardships rising from armed clashes, Aleppo-based Armenian media outlet Kantsasar reported.