The Latin American Parliament (Parlatino) approved on Friday July 31 a resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide.
On July 21, participants in the Hamazkayin Student Cultural Forum visited the American University of Armenia. For most members of this international group of students – hailing from the US, Canada, Australia, France, Lebanon, Syria, Dubai, Georgia and Karabakh – this was a first visit to AUA.
The co-leaders of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) have met with foreign ambassadors in Ankara to inform them about recent tensions with the Turkish government, as clashes between militants and security officials have intensified in recent days across Turkey.
Three ethnic Yezidi families have taken refuge in Armenia after leaving their homes in Iraqi Kurdistan, close to territories controlled by the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS).
Armenia’s natural population growth in the first half of 2015 declined by 8.6 percent year-on-year to 4,091 people
The Public Services Regulatory Commission of Armenia (PSRC) has sent invitations to five global companies that provide consulting services on power industry management, asking them to submit proposals to the commission.
The European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) has released its preliminary opinion on proposed amendments to chapters 1 to 7 and 10 of the Constitution of the Republic of Armenia.
The main aim of Turkey’s recent military operations in northern Syria and Iraq is to prevent Kurdish territorial unity and not to combat Islamic State
After 2,700 years the walls of Urartu Castle have been unearthed in the Ayanis neighborhood of the eastern province of Van in Turkey.
Harutyun Melikyan, a second grade student at Stephan Jrbashyan Music School, took the second place prize at the 5th International Piano Competition María Herrero, which took place in Granada, Spain on July 20-24.