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  1. Azerbaijan Oil Junket: 10 Members of U.S. Congress Took Trip Secretly Funded by Baku
  2. Armavia: Controlling the Armenian Skies
  3. An Artsakh Vets Wish: Just Some Slate Roofing So My Mom Doesnt Have to Sleep Under an Umbrella
  4. UNESCO Chief Denounces the Murder of Mexican Journalist Armando Morales
  5. Rohani to Armenian Ambassador: 'No obstacles to greater ties'
  6. Spain: Crackdown on Chinese Money Laundering Network
  7. Macedonia: New Proof of Government Wrongdoing Sparks Violent Protests
  8. South-East Asia: 8,000 Migrants Stranded as Indonesia Sends Hundreds Back to Sea
  9. Alaverdi Mayor Will Not Seek Re-election on June 7
  10. Five Cigarette Companies Among Armenia's Top 20 Taxpayers
  11. Only 5% of Akhuryan Medical Centers Equipment Replaced in the Past Decade
  12. Wife of UNESCO Freedom Prize Winner: 'The international community knows how to stop the crisis in Syria'
  13. World Bank Responds: People Not Displaced Due to Our Projects
  14. Opinion: Foundation and Collapse of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)
  15. Europe Seeks UN Approval to Use Military Might Against Human Traffickers
  16. Azerbaijan: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Baku Bureau Finally Closed
  17. Taron-Avia: The Next Armenian Air Carrier?
  18. President Sargsyan Hosts International Scouting Delegation
  19. Pilot Project to Modernize Yerevans Street Lights
  20. Yerevan to Host 2016 General Assembly of the World Federation of International Music Competitions
  21. Zangezur Copper Molybdenum Combine Largest Mining Taxpayer - $839 Million
  22. Armenians Arrested in Massive U.S. Criminal Conspiracy Ring
  23. Armenia Wins Best National Participation Award at Venice Biennale
  24. Khadija Ismayilovas Plight told in PEN American Centers Cartoon Tribute
  25. EU Suspends $1.1 Billion in Romania Funding Over Corruption Complaints
  26. Armenia's Electric Utility Proposes 17 Dram Rate Hike
  27. Spiritual Crisis: Armenias Compulsory Heroes
  28. Son of Armenian Prime Minister to Run for Mayor of Artashat
  29. They Punished a Man Who StoleBlood
  30. Wildlife Legislation Lacking: Armenia Falters Regarding its CITES Obligations
  31. President Sargsyan Hosts ARF Delegation in Washington DC
  32. New Postage Stamps on the Theme of The Centennial of the Armenian Genocide
  33. Falling Price of Molybdenum Translates into Huge Losses for Armenia
  34. Bird Flu Scare: Armenia Bans Poultry Imports from Turkey
  35. ABMDR Leaders Attend Scientific Conference in Geneva
  36. Tufenkian Carpets Launches Fundraising Campaign for Nepal Earthquake
  37. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Reporters Win Court Case Against Parliament
  38. Jailed Azeri Journalist Khadija Ismayilova Receives PEN Press Freedom Award
  39. Russia: Navalny Reveals How Government Spends Millions on Patriotic Biker Gang
  40. In Yerevans polyclinics about 80 percent of the X-ray machines in use are past their expiration date
  41. Armenian Defense Minister Thanks Outgoing Head of Red Cross Delegation
  42. Artsakh War Vets Plea: They should at least grant a pardon on Shoushi Liberation Day
  43. U.S. Ambassador Mills Marks World Intellectual Property Day at the Microsoft Innovation Center
  44. Expired X-ray Machines: Dangers of Radiation a Shut Topic in Armenia
  45. Romania: City Mayor Accused of Illegal Surveillance of Girlfriend, Abuse of Power
  46. Activist Sevak Mnatsakanyan Released from Prison After Serving 16 Months
  47. What Could Democracy Be?
  48. Former Prosperous Armenia MP Arrested on Suspicion of Involvement in Murder Plot
  49. Russian Football under Scrutiny on Coaches Contract
  50. Moldova: US$1 Billion Disappears From Banks, Thousands Protest in the Capital
  51. Movement 88 MP - 'Too Early to Say If We'll be Part of the Opposition in Artsakh'
  52. Jirayr Sefilyan and 4 Others Released from Pre-Trial Detention
  53. Armenias Membership in the Eurasian Economic Union: Political Implications
  54. Preliminary Election Results: Five Parties to be Represented in Artsakh Parliament
  55. European Parliament's "Artsakh Group" - Yesterday's Legislative Elections Met International Standards
  56. Nor Haleb Housing Project Faces Uncertain Future: Mistrust and Lack of Money the Culprits
  57. A Civilization Destroyed: November Istanbul Academic Conference
  58. More Visitations: Suicide of 19 Year-old Suzy Kocharyan Hasnt Taught Armenias Prison System a Vital Lesson
  59. Photos of Bosnian Citizens 'Fighting Alongside Islamic State' Shown in Court
  60. Macedonia: Opposition Publishes 'List of Government Wiretapping Victims'
  61. Two Cigarette Manufacturers Charged with Unfair Business Practices
  62. Freedom House Reports: Free Press is Weakened in the Balkans, Backsliding in Azerbaijan
  63. Armenian PM Discusses Foreign Investment with Top Officials
  64. Serbia: Police Arrest 15 on Suspicion of Human Trafficking
  65. New Bagratashen Customs House Nears Completion
  66. Artsakh Prez Attends Anti-Aircraft Exercises
  67. Ecological Disaster Threatens Armenias Motkor Forest: Is the Former Environmental Minister Involved?
  68. April on the Line of Contact Its Been a Tough Month
  69. 21 Armenian girls and boys to study at UWC Colleges in 2015-2017
  70. Turkey: Police Seize Three Million Dollars of Heroin in Istanbul
  71. Armenia Clinches 3rd Place at World Team Chess Championship
  72. President Sargsyan Tours Made in Armenia Expo
  73. Gagik Melikyan Wins Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award
  74. A Tale of Two Parliaments
  75. Romania: Police Bust Cyber-Crime Ring That Hit 24 Countries
  76. Khadija Ismayilova To Be Honored Tonight In Sweden
  77. #TurkeyFailed because I live in Armenia, and so should you
  78. Zhengyalov Hats Festival in Tsaghkashat on April 29
  79. Taner Ak?am at New Yorks Genocide Commemoration: Without truth, there cannot be peace
  80. Young Armenian Soldier Repels Azerbaijani Incursion Singlehandedly
  81. Russia: Artist Sells Bribery Envelopes as Moscow Holds Anti-Corruption Forum
  82. US State Department Condemns Azerbaijan for Sentencing Human Rights Lawyer
  83. Raffi Hovannisian Welcomes EPP President Joseph Daul
  84. Thousands March in Istanbul We Are Here, We Remember!
  85. Atom Egoyan: 100 years ago today, the Armenian nightmare began
  86. Genocide Memorial Unveiled in Gyumri
  87. Istanbul School for Children from Armenia Struggles On: 150 Students and Growing
  88. Serzh Sargsyan - 'Our struggle does not end in 2015 it will just enter a more mature phase'
  89. Armenians of Javakhk March: Demand Genocide Recognition from Turkey
  90. System of a Down. Live in Armenia
  91. Istanbul Acting Patriarch Welcomes Davuto?lu's Remarks
  92. Azerbaijan: Court Delays Ismayilova Hearing after Soundproof Box Row
  93. Obama Not to Utter the "G" Word
  94. Azerbaijan Continues to Violate Ceasefire
  95. President Obama Announces Presidential Delegation to the Republic of Armenia to Attend the Centennial Commemoration of the Events of 1915
  96. Update: Two Suspected Human Traffickers Arrested over Mediterranean Boat Disaster
  97. South Korean PM offers to Resign in his own Fight Against Corruption
  98. Prosecution Demands Minimum Six Year Sentence in Vardan Petrosyan Case
  99. President Sargsyan Receives New Argentine Ambassador
  100. Turk?sh Prime M?n?ster: We understand what the Armenians feelbut
  101. Armenia's Parliament Passes Resolution Urging Worldwide Genocide Recognition
  102. Five Minutes with Serj Tankian
  103. Europe: Rights Groups and Governments Respond to Huge Migrant Boat Death Toll
  104. Notes on the Centennial
  105. Trees Get the Axe: High-Rise Going Up in Yerevans Nork District
  106. Civic Group Stages Protest Outside Akhtala Mining Company
  107. The Tsarukyans Love Their Jewelry: Wife Buys USD 1 Million in a Year
  108. Investigative Committee Invites Alek Yenikomshyan as Eye Witness
  109. Dasaran Educational Program Beyond The Borders of Armenia
  110. Armenian Assembly of America appoints Arpi Vartanian as regional director in Armenia
  111. Nazik Armenakyans Survivors Photo Exhibit Opens on April 21 in Yerevan
  112. Father Doesnt Blame Doctors for Death of Six Month Old Girl: Just Wants the Truth
  113. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Country's 'Most Dangerous Organized Crime Group' Jailed
  114. Loose Lobbying Laws Leave EU Governments Prone to Corruption, Says Report
  115. OCCRP Launches 1st Documentary: Feud Between Kremlin Connected Businessmen
  116. Artsakh Political Party Integrated Into European Free Alliance Party
  117. Wastes Dumped in the Debed River Preventing Restoration of Tchotchkan Orchards
  118. World Bank Project Displaces 440 People in Armenia According to ICIJ Investigation
  119. Puzzling Out the Iranian Conundrum? New Situation and New Perspectives for the Region
  120. Uzbekistan: More Than A Million Forced to Harvest Cotton in 2014, says NGO
  121. Ukraine: Yanukovych Ally Shot to Death
  122. 1st and 2nd Issue of Foreign Currency Denominated Bonds by ARMSWISSBANK Placed at NASDAQ OMX Armenia
  123. PEN to Give Press Freedom Award to Jailed Journalist Khadija Ismayilova
  124. Lake Sevan Fish Farming Outfit Gets VAT Payment Deferment
  125. Bottoms Up! Yerevan Municipality Spends $62K on Brandy and $3,180 on Fancy Glasses
  126. New Street Photography Book Chronicles the Legacy of Bourj Hammoud
  127. European Parliament Reaffirms its Recognition of Armenian Genocide
  128. Serj Tankian Presents "100 Years" Commemorative Video
  129. Update on U.S Government Assistance Cuts to Armenia
  130. Why Arent Textbooks Sent From Armenia Reaching Schools in Javakhk?
  131. Statement by Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian on the occasion of the adoption of European Parliament Resolution on the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide
  132. United Kingdom: Criminal Gang Jailed for ?10 million Fake Viagra Scheme
  133. Armenian President Congratulates Yezidi Community on Their New Year
  134. Sargsyan Hosts EDB Chairman: Bank OK's US$150 Million North-South Road Credit
  135. Artsakh Vet Group Calls On Comrades to Support Sefilyan and Others Arrested on April 7
  136. A Story with Numbers: Data Journalism Enters the Newsroom
  137. US Must Sanction Officials Behind Human Rights Abuses in Azerbaijan, says NGO Open Letter
  138. LTP Briefs U.S. Ambassador on Armenia's Internal Political Situation
  139. Paris Concert Dedicated to Genocide to be Broadcast Live in Armenia
  140. Armenia as Lab Rat? Flu Vaccine Donation Includes Odd List of Obligations
  141. Armenian Customs Officials Seize $500,000 in Methamphetamine at Iranian Border
  142. OCCRP Wins Special Award at the European Press Prize
  143. Romania: 73 Syrian Migrants Discovered Hidden in Furniture Truck
  144. Armenian Mining Town of Alaverdi Enveloped in Smoke
  145. Pope Francis: Concealing or denying evil is like allowing a wound to keep bleeding without bandaging it
  146. 50 Bus Passengers Stranded for Several Hours at Armenian-Georgian Border
  147. Priceless Artifact: Komitas Piano Returns Home
  148. Deep Pockets: Central Bank Prez Pays $113K for Third Private Home
  149. Yerevan Polyclinics: When Patients Have to Pay for Free Medical Exams
  150. Kim Kardashian: Fomenting a Revolution in Armenia
  151. US: "Carder" Cybercriminal Who Stole Millions is Sentenced
  152. Prison Notebook: Every day I go to the Slavonic University and the Hetq office
  153. Armenian Soldier Dies from Injuries Sustained in Freak Accident
  154. Dutch House of Reps: Armenia and Turkey Must Reach Agreement on 1915
  155. Benefactor Halts Financing of Odzoun Renovations: Issues Still Remain
  156. PFA Condemns Arrests of Prominent Opposition Leaders by Armenia's Regime
  157. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Witness Says Bosnic Supports ISIS
  158. Journalism for Future Challenges Program: Apply Today!
  159. Former Finance Minister Admits Accepting Bribes
  160. Azerbaijan: Accuser Drops Complaint Against Jailed Journalist Khadija Ismayilova
  161. Ari Hajian from Argentina: Armenias Future President
  162. Armenia Donates Hyundai Elantra to Artsakh
  163. Opposition MP: Natural Gas Consumer Rate Needs to Drop by $30
  164. Founding Parliament Members to be Charged: Emergency Rally Planned
  165. Croatia: Record Heroin Seizure at Serbia Border
  166. China Donates Three Mobile TV Stations to Armenia
  167. Mexico: 15 Policemen Killed in Suspected Cartel Ambush
  168. Appeals Court Drops State Fee Compensation in Hetq v Skizb Media Copy-Paste Case
  169. Armenia's Parliament Calls for End to Persecution of Yezidis by the Islamic State
  170. World Bank to Loan Armenia $52 Million for Electric Substation Rehab
  171. Heritage Condemns Yesterday's Arrests: Calls for Immediate Regime Change
  172. Armenian Soldier Killed in Artsakh
  173. The Armenian Genocide Legacy 100 Years On
  174. Armenia's Parliament - Birthday Congrats and One Minute of Silence
  175. European Olympic Committee Urged to Press Azerbaijans Crackdown on Opposition
  176. Ukraine: Protests Call for Probe into Government Corruption and Suspension of Prime Minister
  177. Seven Hour Search of Founding Parliament Office Ends: Seized Items Trucked Away
  178. Nikol Pashinyan: Arrests of Founding Parliament Members Baseless
  179. Government Line: Founding Parliament Members Were Planning Public Disturbances on April 24
  180. Stories of Struggle: Istanbul Artists New Exhibition on 1915 Depicts Women Who Resisted
  181. Armenian Lawmakers Debate Bill Making Education Mandatory Until Age of 19
  182. Police Arrest Founding Parliament Member Pavel Manukyan; Others Detained
  183. Ushi Village Family - We Have a Big "Yeraz"!
  184. Artsakh Defense Minister: Turkish Soldiers Participating in Azerbaijani Cross Border Raids
  185. Armenia: What Could Democracy Be?
  186. Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills 16, Injures Dozens at Anti-Corruption Protest
  187. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Young Man Who Allegedly Tried to Join ISIS Testifies Against Bosnic
  188. USAID: Armenia's Small and Medium Enterprises to Benefit from Secured Transactions Reform
  189. Artsakh Defense Army Repulses Attempted Azerbaijani Incursion
  190. Orange Armenia Cited for Misleading Advertising
  191. Armenia Welcomes Iran Nuclear Deal Struck in Lausanne
  192. Russian Activist Close to Navalny is Granted Asylum
  193. Armenian PM - Nairit Back Wages Can Only Be Paid After Sell-Off of Plant's Assets
  194. Newly Appointed Kotayk Governors Business Ties to the Prime Ministers Family
  195. Charitable Health Gift: $600,000 in Flu Vaccines to Armenia
  196. The Allies at Gallipoli: Defeat in 1915, Disgrace in 2015
  197. US Asks Sweden to Freeze Assets Linked to Uzbek Presidents Daughter
  198. Rosneft and Yukos Settle Legal Dispute: So What Awaits Yukos Armenian Subsidiaries?
  199. European Sambo Federation Prez Reprimands Azerbaijani Athlete for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
  200. Hands Off 44 Hanrapetutyan Street! Yerevan Senior Protects Home from Demolition
  201. Bishop and General's Son Share a River
  202. April 19-26 Proclaimed "Days of Remembrance of the Armenian Genocide" In Nevada
  203. Armenian President Congratulates Assyrian Community on New Year's Day
  204. Ukraine: Bad Meat, Big Money
  205. Contaminated Chicken Sold In Major Food Stores In Armenia
  206. Israel: Former Prime Minister Guilty in Bribery Case
  207. Obsolete Equipment: Is the Free Medical Treatment at Yerevans Polyclinics Worth the Risk?
  208. Romania: Son of Former Moldovan President Probed over Blackmail Plot
  209. Armenias Gold Exports on the Rise but Revenues Drop
  210. Armenias Police Houses Foreign Delegations at Posh Yerevan Hotel Linked to Minister
  211. Yerevan Municipality Boast: One Square Mile of Roadway Asphalted in Two Years
  212. New Book Chronicles the Legacy of Bourj Hammoud
  213. Educating for a Better Future
  214. Two Police Officers Extradited from Romania to Turkey, Arrested on Arrival
  215. Artsakh Refutes Baku's Claim That Five Armenian Soldiers Killed
  216. Romania: Former Finance Minister Questioned over Picasso and Warhol Collection
  217. EURO 2016 Qualifiers: Armenia Continues at Bottom of Group I
  218. World Bank Specialist: I would like to see a stronger water resources management system in Armenia
  219. Time for Armenia to choose:Mining for Development or Systematic Plunder?
  220. Spectator Stabbed at 100th Anniversary Without the Regime Rally in Gyumri
  221. United States: Three Million Reward for Suspected Kingpin and Accomplice
  222. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnic Recruited our Sons to IS, Say Witnesses
  223. $4,110 Dinner: Estonias Honorary Consul to Armenia Is Also in the Catering Biz
  224. Armenian President Pays State Visit to China; Sectors of Cooperation Cited
  225. Drop in World Copper Price Hurts Armenias Economy
  226. Cross-Border Bust: 78 Arrested for Shuttling Migrants from Kosovo to EU Countries
  227. Ukraine: Live on TV Two Officials Arrested for Corruption
  228. Central America: Journalists Launch New Database of Controversial Figures
  229. Azerbaijan: Khadija Ismayilova Allowed to See Family for First Time in Months
  230. French Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem Opens Armenian Genocide Symposium at Sorbonne
  231. Top Armenian Official Enjoys Banana Monopoly: Imported 12 Tons in 2014
  232. MP Hrant Bagratyan - 'Punish Those Responsible for Armenia's Dire Economic Situation'
  233. AGBU's Upcoming General Assembly in Yerevan to Tackle Armenia-Diaspora Relations
  234. Wounded Armenian Solider Dies in Artsakh Hospital
  235. Situation Remains Tense Along Artsakh - Azerbaijan Frontline
  236. The 100 Years, 100 Facts Project Charges Ahead in Turkish, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Russian
  237. Minister Backs Flour Enrichment Program; Points to Anemia Rise in Childbearing Aged Women
  238. Average Monthly Salary in Armenia is $364
  239. Service Sector Rates Up 3.2% in Armenia
  240. 5,000 Athletes from Abroad Expected to Participate in 6th Pan-Armenian Games
  241. Turkey: 'Its Hard to be a Hero', says Journalism Group as Dozens of Reporters Sued
  242. Brazil: Ruling Party Treasurer Joao Vaccari Will be Tried over Petrobras Scandal
  243. Tourist Numbers Up 11.3% in 2014
  244. PFA: "Cease Funding the Regime in Yerevan"
  245. Bulgarias Largest Telecoms Firm Shares Bought by Group Linked to Sanctioned Oligarch
  246. Hungary: Atlatszos Digital Activism Award Will Shore Up Independent Journalism
  247. Ter-Petrosyan: Diaspora Should Draft Its Own Genocide Agenda; Recognition Not a Cornerstone of Armenia's Foreign Policy
  248. Nikol Pashinyan's Lays Out 'Opposition Roadmap' for Armenia
  249. Armenian Parliament Passes Bill Condemning 1915 Genocide of Greeks and Assyrians
  250. Artsakh Defense Ministry Refutes Azerbaijani Video Showing Surrender of Armenian Soldier