On April 28 and in the night of April 29 the enemy breached the ceasefire at the line of contact between the Artsakh-Azerbaijani armed forces 35 times, firing over 350 times in the direction of the Armenian posts.
In April 2014 and July 2014, residents of Gndevaz and Jermuk communities together with several environmental NGOs in Armenia submitted two complaints to CAO with regard to IFC's investment in Lydian International
Yesterday marked the official commemoration date of the Armenian Genocide, which occurred just over a century ago. A day which offers an opportunity to reflect on the unimaginable violence from which the nation is still recovering.
The 19-year-old conscript Tatul Harutiunyan injured on April 17 by the Azerbaijani fire in Artsakh has been transferred from the hospital of Stepanakert to the Central Military Hospital of the RA Ministry of Defense in an extremely severe state.
The protest of the sellers of clothes markets at the building of government yesterday is, in fact, the first day of the real tenure of Karen Karapetyan as prime minister and, at the same time, the countdown of his tenure.
On April 21 and in the morning of April 22 the enemy violated the ceasefire at the line of contact between the Artsakh-Azerbaijani armed forces 50 times, firing about 520 times in the direction of the Armenian posts.
During the meeting in Gndevaz held on the 6th of April, Lydian company’s “specialist” from South Africa, metallurgical manager John Fourie announced that cyanide heap leach facility will be completely safe, so safe that it can be located even in the center of Yerevan.