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  1. Artsakh Army Repels Attempted Azerbaijani Reconnaissance Incursion, Ministry Reports
  2. Lernagog Dorm Residents: Just so long as we die together
  3. Azerbaijan: Gold Mine Workers Protest Lack of Salary
  4. Georgians Invest in Armenias Aviation Market: New Company Waits For License
  5. Armenia Exported 3.9% Less in 2015
  6. Armenia's Economic Activity Index Climbs 3.1% in 2015
  7. 2015 a Bad Year for Armenian Aviation: Most Numbers are Down
  8. Tamar Sings to Get Warm: 65-Year-Old Woman Hasnt Bathed In 30 Years
  9. 2015 Average Monthly Salary in Armenia - US$378
  10. Tavoush Robbery: Father Killed, Son Hospitalized
  11. ADAA Announces Honorary Jury for Saroyan/Paul Playwriting Prize
  12. Appeals Court Throws Out Suit Filed by Skizb Media in Copyright Case
  13. While Hotel Numbers Increase, Most Tourists Stay with Relatives or Rent Apartments
  14. Latvia: Regulators Rein In Trasta Komercbanka
  15. 10 Arrested in Netherlands in Bitcoin Operation
  16. Armenian, Iranian Presidents Have Phone Conversation; Seek to Deepen Ties
  17. President Sargsyan Tours Metzamor Nuclear Power Plant
  18. Norvart and Her 3 Boys: We snatch days from God and live here
  19. Deputy Foreign Minister participated in the session of Armenia-EU Parliamentary Cooperation Committee
  20. Press Release by the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group
  21. New Hydro-Plant in Syunik: Company Owned by Provincial Governors Relatives
  22. Local EU Statement: "We learned with regret that Ombudsman Karen Andreasyan has resigned"
  23. Expansion Drive: AmeriaBank Sets Its Sights on London Stock Market
  24. Jan. 26 USC Lecture: 19th Century Diplomatic Encounters in the Caucasus: Iran and Russia
  25. United States Begins Visa Waiver Program Restrictions: Iran, Syria, Iraq,Sudan Cited
  26. Ministry Sets Limits for Crayfish and Carp Nettings
  27. Azerbaijan Fires 82 Millimeter Grenade Launchers Along Line of Contact
  28. Vehicle Owners in Armenia Paid $36.3 Million for Insurance in 2015
  29. Yerevan Municipality Issues 20 Illegal Trash Disposal Citations
  30. Artsakh NGOs Urge PACE Not To Adopt 'Pro-Azerbaijan' Resolutions
  31. U.S.Embassy Reacts to Resignation of Human Rights Defender: 'Our ultimate goal remains a democratic and prosperous Armenia'
  32. Gyumri Drivers to Park for Free, Says Mayor's Office
  33. Yerevan: Police File Complaints Against Electricity Rate Hike Protestors and Vice-Versa
  34. Almost No New Cases of H1N1 Flu in Armenia, Says Ministry
  35. "Artist at War" Website Gives Voice to Artists from War-Torn Regions
  36. To Date, 28 Criminal Cases Regarding Constitutional Referendum Violations
  37. Opinion: Irans Role in Contemporary International Relations and Perspectives for Armenia
  38. USA: FBI Arrests Two In Fraud Case Targeting Turkish Businessman
  39. Two More H1N1 Flu Deaths in Armenia on Sunday
  40. Garbage Dilemma: Provincial Authorities Continue Issuing Futile Directives
  41. 1988 Earthquake Survivor: I would have been better off dying back then
  42. Welcome to Armenia! Is It True Jews Control America?
  43. Armenia's Former HRD: "My reason for resigning is too complex to sum up in a few words"
  44. MP Ayvazyan Doesn't Return Lake; Tabatzghour Villagers Appeal to Ivanishvili for Help
  45. Avetisyan Family Protest March in Gyumri a Non-Event; Only Reporters Show Up
  46. Georgian Connection: Is Former Armavia Owner Baghdasarov Getting Back in the Aviation Business?
  47. 365 Wines: A Small Company with a Young Vintner Making Big Inroads
  48. Spain: Princess Cristina Tried For Fraud
  49. Third Flu Patient Dies Today; 14 Registered Deaths So Far
  50. Two More Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Armenia
  51. Unfair Layoffs: Byureghavan Boarding School Employees Petition Prime Minister
  52. Yerevan: Woman Charged with Killing Boyfriend in Jealous Rage
  53. Armenian Former Minister to Visit Bulgaria
  54. Local Election Commission Member Charged with Illegal Voting in Dec.6 Referendum
  55. Artsakh Army Says It Repelled Attempted Azerbaijani Incursion
  56. Italy: Crackdown on Illegal Online Gambling Ring
  57. US To Monitor Secret Luxury Real Estate Purchases
  58. Armenian President Discusses NATO, Karabakh, with U.S. Official
  59. Armenian Health Minister Points Finger at Type A Flu: 11 Patients On Artificial Respirators
  60. Armenian FM Hosts Charles Kupchan, Special Assistant to the U.S. President
  61. Price of Basic Foodstuffs Up 3% in December
  62. OSCE Mission Conducts Line of Contact Monitoring
  63. Underage Marriage in Armenia: Is Criminal Prosecution a Fair Solution?
  64. ECHR Throws Out Chakhalyan's Petition Against Georgia; Javakhk Activist Points Finger at Saakashvili
  65. Armenian President Visits Andranik Margaryan Chess Tournament
  66. Seyran the Shepherd: Moving to the Next Village Just for a Bit More Money Is Dishonorable
  67. Azerbaijan Fires 450 Rounds Across Line of Contact
  68. Tigran Sargsyan Replaced as Armenias Ambassador to U.S.
  69. Armenia's Human Rights Defender Resigns: Gives No Explanation
  70. One Year Anniversary of Avetisyan Family Murders: Relatives May Boycott Trial
  71. General Manager of Yerevan Ulisses FC Arrested on Game Fixing Charges
  72. Aleksan Harutyunyan Appointed Armenia's Ambassador to Chile
  73. Book Review: The Magic Buttons (Nouneh Sarkissian)
  74. Turkey: Opposition Leader Blasts Gov't for Journalist Crackdowns
  75. Yerevan Mayor Lambastes Sanitek for Inadequate Snow Removal Work
  76. Endangered Animal Trafficker, Wanted by Interpol, Continues Doing Business in Armenia
  77. Medical Malpractice: Doctors in Armenia Get a Free Ride
  78. HayPost of Armenia partners with Ria Money Transfer to provide inbound and outbound remittance services
  79. No Influenza Epidemic, Says Armenian Health Minister:
  80. Azerbaijan Fires 500 Rounds, Says Artsakh Ministry
  81. Azerbaijani Gunfire Kills Artsakh Soldier
  82. Mexico: They Got Shorty, Again
  83. Human Rights Watch Calls on Armenia to Release Jailed Opposition Activist
  84. Report Says Armenia a Transit Point for Drugs Smuggled to Europe, Malaysia
  85. Italy: Judge Sentences Suspects in 'Mafia Capitale' Trial
  86. Aunt of Convicted Former Soldier: 'They found a defenseless boy and put the blame on him'
  87. Turkey: Vessel Carrying 13 Tons of Marijuana Stopped
  88. Romania: Crackdown on ATM 'Cyber-Robbers'
  89. Major $ 732.6 Million Cocaine Seizure Reported in UK and Spain
  90. Yerevan Municipality Spends $83,700 for X-Mas Tree and Holiday Concerts
  91. Made in Italy: Investigators Spotlight 'Agromafia' in Major Counterfeit Food Seizures
  92. Car Chase Ends in Shooting of Suspect of Los Angeles Crime Spree
  93. A Bridge Made of Vordan Karmir: A Conversation with Turkish Artist Asl? ?avu?o?lu
  94. Armenian Soprano Anush Hovhannisyan with Philharmonia Orchestra and Chinese Pianist Lang Lang at Royal Festival Hall
  95. Why Should We Armenians Want Zionists to Recognize Us?
  96. Reality Show Saves Serbian Drug Trafficker
  97. OCCRP Declares Milo Djukanovi? 2015 Organized Crime and Corruption Person of the Year
  98. Armenia's Footballers Spread Holiday Cheer to Kids at Yerevan Hospital
  99. Yerevan New Years - Snow, Colder Temps Predicted
  100. President Sargsyan Pays Respects at Yerablour Pantheon
  101. Mrs. Alikian, or What is Armenia?
  102. Azerbaijan Fires 500 Rounds Across Line of Contact
  103. So Long, 2015
  104. Belgrade Court Acquits Stanko Subotic of Cigarette Smuggling Charges in Final Ruling
  105. Alaverdi Pupils Speak Out: Are School Uniforms 'Cool'?
  106. Shoushanik Yerevans Optimistic Balloon Seller
  107. Sargsyan Sends New Years Greetings to Faculty/Students of Armenian Schools in Syria
  108. Unbreakable Bond: 10 Year-Old Davit and Grandfather to Usher in the New Year in Mayisyan Village Animal Barn
  109. Narek the Collector: Wants to Open a Proper Museum in His Native Horom Village
  110. Azerbaijani Sniper Kills Artsakh Army Soldier
  111. Artskah-Azerbaijan Border Relatively Calm
  112. Two Suspects Arrested in Yerevan Gas Station Armed Robbery and Murder
  113. Investigative Committee Launches Dec. 6 Referendum Vote Fixing Criminal Investigation
  114. Armenian Customs Officials Seize Gold Jewelry Smuggled from Turkey
  115. Carlos Melconian Appointed President of National Bank of Argentina
  116. Azerbaijan Cross Border Fire Has Decreased, Says Artsakh Ministry
  117. Russia Raids Homes of Open Russia Employees, Arrests Khodorkovsky in Absentia
  118. Armenian PM Talks Energy with Georgian Deputy PM
  119. Henrikh Mkhitaryan Named Armenia's Best 2015 Footballer
  120. Drug Monopoly in Armenia: Testing Center Wields Powerful Boycott Regarding Imports
  121. Yerevan Gets $163.1 Million 2016 Budget
  122. Green 2015: ATP Plants 230,000 Trees in Armenia and Artsakh
  123. Azerbaijan Fires 2,000 Rounds Along Artsakh Line of Contact, Says Ministry
  124. Samvel Konsoulyan of Lori: Foraging the Forest to Feed His 5 Kids
  125. Help Clear Artsakh of Landmines: Donate Today!
  126. 78 Year-Old Mrs. Asya: If I sleep, just for an hour, Id go hungry.
  127. $35.2 Million in Additional Tax to Be Levied, Says Inspectorate Head
  128. Serzh Sargsyan Presides at CSTO Meeting in Moscow
  129. Edward Nalbandian chaired CSTO Council of Foreign Ministers meeting
  130. Mother's Tetsimony Leads to Criminal Investigation Into Death of Soghomon Kocharyan
  131. Armenian Parliament Prez Calls for Minute of Silence to Honor Fallen Artsakh Soldiers
  132. Armenian FM Nalbandyan On Today's Sargsyan-Aliyev Meet: Two Sides Remain "Not Close"
  133. OSCE Minsk Group: Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan Continue Engagement on Settlement Proposals
  134. Armenian Defense Minister Leaves for Artsakh to Assess Recent Military Escalation
  135. Former Armenian Deputy Defense Minister Arrested on Suspicion of Aiding Criminal Gang
  136. Artsakh Soldier Killed During Firefight with Azerbaijani Forces
  137. Prison Notes: Yenokyan and Former American Prisoner, Freed 16 Years After Wrongful Conviction, Exchange Observations on Lapses in Judicial Systems
  138. Hetq a 3 Time Winner at Suitcase 2015 Migration Journalism Awards Ceremony
  139. GeoProm Mining CEO Talks Biz with Amenia PM Abrahamyan
  140. Murder Trial of Russian Soldier Permyakov Starts in Gyumri
  141. 3 Artsakh Soldiers Die: 2 While Repulsing Azerbaijani Attack
  142. US Court Sentences Russian Nuclear Official in $2.1 Million Bribery Scheme
  143. Former President Arrested on Corruption Allegations
  144. Investigative Committee Throws out Bribery Claim by Local HAK Election Committee Member
  145. Former PM Tigran Sargsyan Partially Wins Slander Suit Against Businessman Hayrapetyan
  146. Artsakh Military Repels Azerbaijani Incursion and Inflicts Casualties
  147. 1st Section of North-South Highway to Open by End of December, Says Deputy Minister
  148. Sargsyan, Aliyev, to Meet in Switzerland
  149. Azerbaijan Violates Ceasefire 180 Times, Reports Artsakh Ministry
  150. Europol Arrests 12 in Crackdown on Trojan Horse Cyber Crime Across Europe
  151. Citizen Office opens in Tumanyan Municipality, Armenia
  152. China, Egypt imprison record numbers of journalists
  153. Unibank Creates Modern Data Processing Center
  154. Heightened tensions between Russia and Turkey do not impact NATO relations with countries of the South Caucasus
  155. Nagorny Karabakh: ICRC Submits Updated List of Missing Persons
  156. Lifers at Noubarashen Penitentiary Renew Hunger Strike: Demand Case Review
  157. Yerevan State Medical University Students Conduct Free Medical Exams in Berd
  158. Artsakh Refutes Azerbaijani Claim That It Killed 3 Armenian Soldiers
  159. Georgia: Land Grab Penalties Forgiven
  160. Australian Court Pulls Nurofen from Shelves: Pain Killer Sold In Armenia
  161. Moscow Rejects Navalny Suit Against Prosecutor Chaika
  162. Yerevan Police Detain Liberty Square Sit-Down Striker
  163. Hayk Kyureghyan Ends 26 Day Prison Hunger Strike
  164. Armenia's Investigation Commission Launches 12 Criminal Cases Linked to Dec. 6 Referendum
  165. MP Postanjyan and Parliament VP Sharmazanov Have Verbal Tiff
  166. MP Postanjyan Chides Parliament For Not Discussing Dec. 6 'Criminal' Referendum
  167. U.S. Embassy Welcomes Commitment of Armenian Government to Investigate Referendum Irregularities
  168. Another Artsakh Soldier Killed by Azerbaijani Sniper
  169. Yerevan: Artaks Green Tank Comes to a Halt Outside National Security Service
  170. FBI Busts Romanian Investor for Bribery of US Air Force Major
  171. Serbia: Members of International Cocaine Trafficking Group Receive Lengthy Prison Terms
  172. EBRD Gives 8 Million Euro Loan for Yerevan Solid Waste Landfill
  173. Syunik Governor Gears Up to Operate Voskedzor Gold Mine
  174. Father of Hayk Kyureghyan Issues Warning About His Son's Deteriorating Health in Prison
  175. Ukraine Toxic Chemical Clean-up Under Investigation
  176. EU Financing: Armenias Government Not Always Answerable to Donor Organization
  177. Azerbaijani Gunfire Kills Artsakh Soldier
  178. Armenia's National Football Squad Gets New Head Coach
  179. Russias Use of Soft Power in Armenia to Maintain Influence
  180. Yerevan Resident Karineh Hovsepyan: This is a cave; we are cave dwellers
  181. Police Detain Four Sit-Down Protesters in Yerevan
  182. Human Rights Office in Yerevan Hit with Paint: Anonymous Group Calls for "Bold Action'
  183. Yerevan Cops Nix "New Armenia Front" Tent; Marchers Detained
  184. UN Secrestary General: "Today we reaffirm our commitment to protecting human rights as the foundation of our work"
  185. Armenia: The Curse of Education Reform
  186. Bulgaria: Ministers Classmate Wins Bids for Expensive SUVs, Website Says
  187. OSCE Representative urges authorities in Armenia to ensure journalists rights to report in a free and safe manner
  188. Fraud, Theft and Money Laundering Totaled $1.1 Trillion in 2013, Says Report
  189. Azerbaijan: Court Releases Famed Human Rights Activist
  190. Armenian President;"Best way to pay tribute to the memory of the innocent victims of this most horrendous crime is the united fight against genocide"
  191. Armenian PM: 'Together We Can Make Armenia Flourish Economically'
  192. Azerbaijani Sniper Fire Kills One Artsakh Soldier
  193. Kremlin Foe Khodorkovsky Defies Summons to Moscow in Criminal Case
  194. MP Postanjyan Suggests Mock Funeral for Syunik Governor
  195. U.S. Embassy Gives 'Thumbs-Up' to Passage of Constitutional Change Referendum
  196. PACE: Armenias Constitutional Referendum Driven by Political Interests, Not Public Welfare
  197. Preliminary statement on the conduct of the Constitutional Referendum Citizen Observer Initiative and European Platform for Democratic Elections Republic of Armenia
  198. Edward Nalbandian and Federica Mogherini announced the launch of negotiations on Armenia-European Union framework agreement
  199. Serbia: 16 kg High-Purity Heroin Seized at Bulgarian Border
  200. Yerevan Resident: 'Others Voted in My Name and For My Son Living Overseas'
  201. HAK Declares Boycott of Parliament
  202. Artskah FM On Working Visit to USA
  203. Armenia Referendum: Yes 63.35% - No 32.35%
  204. 2015 Referendum: 50.1% of Eligible Voters Went to the Polls
  205. Ajapnyak Precinct Prez - 'Someone voted in your name? Vote in someone else's'
  206. Duplicate Voting: A Quick Costume Change Is the Key
  207. Kasakh Village: 178 Residents Registered at One Apartment
  208. 'Enough Already' - Republican Party Proxy Seizes Hetq Reporter's Computer
  209. Seryozha from Margara: "I voted yes because I heard the kolkhoz would reopen"
  210. Polls Open in Armenia for Constitutional Change Referendum
  211. New Armenia Front Claims its Supporters were Attacked in Yerevan's Liberty Square
  212. December 6 Referendum: Most Common Voting Violations and How to Prevent Them
  213. 2,550,323 Voters Eligible to Participate in December 6 Referendum
  214. Building on a Shaky Foundation
  215. Robots Inc. and AmeriaBank Introduce Worlds Best Robots in Yerevan
  216. AmeriaBank Crowned Best Armenia Bank 2015
  217. 68% of Foreign Nationals in Armenian Prisons Hail from Georgia, Russia and Iran
  218. Artsakh Repulses Azerbaijani Incursion; One Armenian Soldier Dies
  219. $325 Million Investment to Restart Amulsar Gold Project
  220. December 6 Referendum: Report Violations to Hetq
  221. CSTO Foreign Ministers meeting was held in Belgrade under the chairmanship of Foreign Minister of Armenia
  222. New EU programme for culture and creativity was launched in Armenia
  223. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's Message on International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
  224. Azerbaijan Violates Ceasefire 50 Times, Says Artsakh Defense Ministry
  225. Armenia: 27% of High School Grads Continue Education
  226. U.S. Embassy Hosts One Health Master Class Workshop for Armenian Medical, Scientific Experts
  227. OSCE Monitoring: No Violations Reported
  228. Police Don't Know What They Paid for Devices Measuring Window Tint
  229. New Armenia Front to Hold Another Public Rally in Yerevan This Evening
  230. Macedonia: Newly Formed Special Prosecution Launches Its First Two Corruption Cases
  231. Izmir - Nights of Refugee
  232. Armenian Defense Minister Hosts New Iran Ambassador
  233. Constitutional Change in Armenia: Venice Commission Heads Give Tentative Thumbs-Up
  234. Companies Owned by Vanadzor Mayor Get Lucrative Road Repair Contracts
  235. Unknown Individuals Break Into Heritage Party Office in Kapan
  236. Opposition Group Says Police Preventing People From Reaching Yerevan to Attend Rally
  237. Ukraine: MP Reveals Documents Detailing Bribery Case Against Yatsenyuk Ally
  238. Serbian Wanted in Germany for Computer Crime Detained at Zvartnots Airport
  239. Police Announce 'Increased Presence' for December 1 Opposition Rallies in Yerevan
  240. Armenian FM to Attend 'Resolute Support' Meeting in Brussels
  241. Appeals Court Sustains 9 Year Sentence of Hayk Kyureghyan
  242. Armenian Agricultural Minister Calls for Greater Produce Exports to Russia
  243. Biography of Sahag Mnatsagan Kasardjian from Sis (1840-1912)
  244. New Armenia Front Stages Rally in Gyumri: Calls for Peaceful Civil Disobedience
  245. Garbage Dump Sustains Yerevan Family: We arent beggars or thieves. We need work
  246. Armenia's Police to Spend $416,000 to Send Referendum Notices Via Post
  247. Brazil: Police Investigating Killings of 3 Journalists
  248. EU Financed Programs: Armenias Ministries More Interested in Self-Praise Than Financial Disclosure
  249. Students in Some Lori Province Villages Have to Walk 3-10 Kilometers to School
  250. Armenian Minister: Basturma and Sujukh Exports to Russia Now Permitted