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  1. Little Seryozha Avetisyan Dies
  2. Azerbaijan Violates Ceasefire 400 Times, Says Artsakh Defense Ministry
  3. Top Russian Investigator Arrives in Armenia for Talks on Gyumri Murder Prosecution
  4. Tbilisi Armenian Church Holds Requiem Service for Avetisyan Family
  5. Medical Condition of Six Month Old Gyumri Attack Survivor Worsens
  6. Capitalism Run Amok Is Just Plain Capitalism
  7. Translator of ?afak and Pamuk: “There definitely won’t be any miracles come this April 24”
  8. Turkish Media Crackdown Prompts EP Concerns
  9. Albania: Former Dictator’s Grandson Arrested In Drug Sweep
  10. President Serzh Sargsyan responds to Turkish President’s invitation letter
  11. Russian Soldier Permyakov Gets Public Defender
  12. Prosecutor Demands Six and a Half Year Sentence for Vardan Petrosyan
  13. Irish Photographer Probes “Lost Landscapes” of Armenian Diaspora Exiles
  14. The Embassy of Georgia expresses its deepest sorrow on the tragedy in Gyumri
  15. New EU assistance to Armenia of ˆ 77.5 million (44 billion AMD)
  16. Two Gyumri Nursing Home Residents Die From Smoke Inhalation
  17. Police Detain Scores in Yerevan Protest Over Russian Soldier
  18. Russia: Former Rosneft Director Shot Dead
  19. Archbishop Ajapahyan, Shirak Primate, Agrees With Protestors: 'Hand Over Russian Soldier'
  20. Live Feed from Gyumri Public Protest
  21. Yerevan Police Break Up Protest Outside Russian Embassy
  22. Gyumri Bids Final Farewell to Its Own
  23. Little Seryozha Avetisyan Remains on Life Support in Yerevan Hospital
  24. Murdered Gyumri Family Members Laid to Rest; Town Pays Last Respects
  25. Armenian Bar Association Launches Genocide Legal Journal
  26. Hundreds March on Russian Military Base in Gyumri: “Hand Over Accused Killer!”
  27. Russian Soldier Has Been Accused of Murder in Gyumri Case
  28. Live Broadcast: Gyumri Residents Demonstrate Outside Russian Army Base
  29. OSCE Karabakh Monitoring Halted Due to Shooting from Azerbaijan
  30. Now I Can Speak
  31. Vache Terteryan Appointed First Deputy TAES Minister
  32. Baby Who Survived Gyumri Attack Remains on Life Support
  33. US: "Carder" Pleads Not Guilty
  34. Romanian Senator Investigated In Forest Restitution Case
  35. Suspected Killer of Six in Gyumri Will Remain in Russian Custody
  36. Gyumri Russian Consular General: 'Yesterday's Attack a Gross Crime'
  37. Russian Soldier Murder Suspect: 'I entered Avetisyan house at random',
  38. 6 Month Old Child, Lone Survivor of Gyumri Attack, Transferred to Yerevan Hospital
  39. Soldier Suspected of Gyumri Killing Spree Now in Russian Hands, Says Shirak Prosecutor
  40. Afghanistan: US$300 Million In Aid Improperly Accounted For
  41. Yanukovych Placed On Interpol's Most Wanted List
  42. Armenian Military Unit Heads to Germany, Then Afghanistan
  43. Russian Soldier Suspected of Killing 6 Members of Gyumri Family
  44. 13 Fun and Cool Things to Do In Yerevan
  45. Yerevan Street Cleaners Protest Layoffs and Wage Infractions
  46. Russian Businessman Charged With Bribery By US
  47. Norway: Bribery Trial Linked To Gaddafi Regime Underway
  48. Artsakh Soldier and Cancer Patient Mayis: "Thank God, I welcomed the New Year with two legs"
  49. Black Robes in the Armenian Bar Association - Five Profiles of Judges in the Federal Sector
  50. One Nation, How Many Aspects of Culture? Armenian Diversity
  51. Wife of Armenia's Control Service Head Gets $200K in Loans Without Any Declared Income
  52. Earthquake Hits Armenia-Azerbaijan Border
  53. Gyumri Painter: “People don’t have money so they buy those Chinese imports”
  54. Edward Nalbandian. “Strongly condemn terrorist act committed in Paris”
  55. Artsakh Defense Ministry: Line of Contact Remains Tense
  56. Journalist Tatul Hakobyan to Head Newly Formed ANI Foundation for Armenian Studies
  57. Yerevan Reporter's Home Burgled New Year's Eve; Information the Target
  58. Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas?
  59. Vladimir Putin Wins OCCRP’s Person Of Year For 2014
  60. Shopkeeper Hasmik and Santa the Cat
  61. Armenian Government Allocates $1.1 Million to Launch Program Offering Free Coronary Stents to Qualified Patients
  62. Two Armenian IT Entrepreneurs Want to Set Their Own Parameters
  63. Azerbaijan Violates Ceasefire 900 Times, Says Artsakh Defense Army
  64. Armenian Judge Arrested for Pocketing $20K Bribe
  65. Minister Calls on Provincial Governors to Monitor Retail Price Hikes
  66. Dec. 27th Concert and Auction to Benefit Armenian's Politically Persecuted
  67. Azerbaijani Infiltration Attempts Repulsed, Says Artskah Defense Army
  68. Kajaran’s 2015 Miscellaneous Expenses: Cognac for Newlyweds, Flowers for the Deceased
  69. Arrested Businessman Levon Hayrapetyan's Health Worsens, Says Doctor
  70. Defense Attorneys in Armenia's Largest 'Drug Bust' Trial Demand Not-Guilty Verdict
  71. Azerbaijan Has Highest Journo Jailings Per Capita
  72. Pools of Wealth: Armenia’s Reservoirs
  73. United States will begin issuing 10-year tourist and business visas to qualified Armenians sooner than expected
  74. Offshore Labyrinth: Former Armenian PM and Church Primate Have Yet to be Questioned
  75. Study Claims 20% Drop in Breast Cancer Patients in Armenia
  76. Artsakh Soldier Killed: Cause Yet Unknown
  77. Montenegro: US Indicts 3 For Selling Guns To Colombian Rebels
  78. Hungary: ‘Meat Mafia’ Held Over US$ 20 Million Tax Fraud
  79. Vanadzor’s Derelict Park Saga: Town Council Annuls Lease Agreements after Six Years of Negligence by Tenant
  80. ERBD To Loan Armenia ˆ3.5 Million for Hrazdan Solid Waste Landfill
  81. Special Consideration? Son of Armenian Ambassador Gets Early Jail Release on Hashish Trafficking Conviction
  82. Mother Charged with Forcing Her Son to Beg on Yerevan Streets: Faces 7-12 Years Imprisonment
  83. Walnut Lovers Beware: Gyumri Price Hits $28.45 a Kilo
  84. Armenian Prime Minister: 'We will not tolerate unjustified price hikes'
  85. Armenia's National Football Squad Closes Year in 79th Place
  86. Investigative Journalists NGO Wins 1st Ever "Copy Paste" Legal Case in Armenia
  87. Armenian Prime Minister: 'We'll continue our floating currency policy'
  88. Etchmiadzin Large Store Owners, In a Tizzy Over Pricing, Close Doors
  89. Hydro-Plants vs Tourism: Battle Lines Drawn in Armenia's Syunik Province
  90. Weakening Dram Hurting Armenia’s Small-Scale Farmers; Especially Those with Bank Loans to Pay
  91. Georgian Forest Ranger's Suspicious Death: Investigation Is Not Bullet-Proof
  92. The Ghost Shipments: Police Arrest Six Over Italian Navy Oil Fraud
  93. Cross-Border Bust Reveals Ring Of 350 Romanian Sex Workers In Austria
  94. Gyumri Teacher Arrested for Demanding and Accepting $130 Bribe
  95. Prophetic Name? Syunik Governor's "Tatev Anapat" Company Building Two Local Mini Hydro-Plants
  96. Ukraine: Cops Go After Casinos, Suggest Yanukovych Connection
  97. Who's Listening In On Norway's Politicians? Probe Launched
  98. Dalarik’s Lavash Maker: Baking Bread Barely Keeps Family of Eleven Afloat
  99. Haypost and Russian Post signed an agreement to implement “Forsage” money transfer system between Armenia and Russia
  100. Akhalkalak Store Owners Demonstrate; Demand a Lifting of Fines
  101. Selective Disclosure: Armenia’s Central Bank Conceals Data on Offshore Transfers
  102. A Voice from the Homeland: A Message of Despair and Hope
  103. Hungary: Homeless People "Paid By Crime Gangs To Steal Cars"
  104. Bosnia: Eight Alleged Drug Smugglers Held In "Operation Oscar"
  105. Yerevan’s Medical University Denies Free Placement to Some Students: So Where’s the 16.8 Million AMD in ‘Savings’?
  106. U.S. Citizens Can Now Travel to Armenia "Visa Free" For Up to 180 Days Per Calendar Year
  107. 35 Armenian Local Elections to Take Place Sunday
  108. Defendant in Armenia's Biggest Drug Bust Testifies He Was Offered $100K
  109. Armenian Firm Wins "Software of the Year" Competition at GITI 20214
  110. Armenia's Human Rights Defender Concerned About Recent Spate of Attacks Against Political Opponents
  111. Trans-Atlantic Mob Swoop Hits New York's Gambinos And ’Ndrangheta
  112. Russia: 100,000 Sign Initiative Against Untraceable Wealth
  113. Two Chinese Citizens Arrested in Yerevan for Organizing Sex Trafficking Scheme
  114. Weakening AMD Has Resulted in Consumer Price Rises; Says SCPEC Head Shaboyan
  115. Armenia 3rd Most Militarized Country in World, Claims New Study
  116. Azerbaijan: Meydan TV Shuts Down As Independent Press Shrinks
  117. Masked Men Assault Artsakh War Vet in Yerevan
  118. Artsakh Brandy Headed for Havana After Winning CUBAEXPO 2014 Competition
  119. Some Javakhk Armenians Will Have to Pay $50 and Have 5,000 Lari in the Bank to Get Home
  120. Surge In Response Over Jailing Of Azerbaijani Journalist
  121. Armenian President Thanks Visiting Uruguayan VP for His Country's Lead in 1915 Genocide Recognition
  122. European Investment Bank to Lend 50 Million Euros to Promote SMEs in Armenia
  123. Opium Production In South-East Asia Hits New High
  124. Closed Border Hurting Eastern Turkey More than Armenia, Says New Hrant Dink Foundation Study
  125. Major Organized Crime Bust Explodes No-Mob-In-Rome Myth
  126. Serbia: Close To A Ton Of Cannabis Seized In Biggest Drug Bust Yet At Southern Border Crossing
  127. Court Sustains Hetq's Freedom of Information Case Against Environmental Ministry
  128. Yerevan Court Finds 13 Civil Servants Guilty of Embezzling $575K in Pension Funds
  129. Armenia’s M-6 is a Driver’s Nightmare: Dangerous Tunnels and Roadway Need Immediate Upgrade
  130. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves Obama Nominee as Next Ambassador to Armenia
  131. Azerbaijan: Jailed Journalist Khadija Ismayilova's Home Searched
  132. Bread Chessboard & Pieces: A Journey of Exile and Return
  133. Arrest of journalist latest case of crackdown of free media in Azerbaijan, says OSCE Representative
  134. Azerbaijani Journalist Detained For Two Months
  135. Artsakh Farmer: ‘Here you can either serve in the army or work in agriculture’
  136. Armenia Enjoys “Net Freedom”, Says New Freedom House Study
  137. Raffi Hovannisian to Hold Civic Assembly in Gyumri Tomorrow
  138. Russia: Putin Proposes Amnesty On Offshore Assets
  139. Uruguay VP Arrives in Armenia Tomorrow
  140. Public Contracts Are Main Reason Behind Most Foreign Bribery Cases
  141. OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs: Downing of Armenian Helicopter an “Avoidable Tragedy”
  142. 85.2 Million Euro Loan by KfW Bank to Unite Armenia-Georgia Electricity Grids
  143. Vatican City, Monaco, San Marino, Andorra and Montenegro Citizens Can Travel to Armenia Without Visa
  144. Franck Muller CEO Vartan Sirmakes to Finance "Hin Yerevan" Construction Project
  145. Holiday Chocolate Drive for Armenia's Border Village Children
  146. Armenia Ranks 94 Out of 175 in Transparency International Corruption Index
  147. Turkey And Bosnia Slip In Fight Against Corruption, Says New Transparency International Index
  148. Croatia: Zadar’s “King Fish” Questioned Over Graft
  149. Single Mom of Six: “Children are innocent but they are the ones who suffer”
  150. Bosnia: Bilal Bosnic, 'Terrorist Leader,' Released By Court
  151. Macedonia: Police Skeptical Of Passport Fraud
  152. Armenia's Central Bank: Promises to Stabilize a Weakening AMD
  153. Alaverdi Father of Seven: 'Artificially Terminating a Pregnancy is Murder'
  154. Nairit Rubber Plant Workers to Picket Presidential Office Tomorrow
  155. Artsakh Parliament Prez Meets U.S.Minsk Group Co-Chair in Washington D.C.
  156. Moldova: Pro-EU Parties Lead Elections
  157. UK Firms Probed Over Multi-Billion Dollar Money Laundering Scam
  158. Battle Scarred: Artsakh Soldier On the Long Road to Recovery After Repelling Azerbaijani Incursion
  159. Renovations to Armenia's Ancient Odzoun Church Completeted
  160. Court Will Hear Appeal by Lifer Soghomon Kocharyan to Reopen Murder Case
  161. OSCE to Monitor Artsakh Line of Contact Tomorrow
  162. Bolivia's Parliament Recognizes 1915 Armenian Genocide
  163. Armenia's Central Bank to Spend $226K on 30 Car Fleet in 2015
  164. Latvia: Prison System Plagued By Violence
  165. Armenian Government Grants Amulsar Go-Ahead to Lydian International
  166. New Ministry - New Minister for Armenia
  167. Moldova: Pro-Russia Party Banned From Elections After OCCRP Expose
  168. Croatia: ‘Salami King’ Probed For Wartime Embezzlement
  169. Cars Belonging to Opposition Group Torched in Yerevan: Criminal Charges Launched
  170. Armenian Energy Minister Floats Idea of International Tender to Re-Launch Nairit Rubber Plant
  171. Hemolytic Anemia Strikes Ptghavan Siblings; Family Can’t Afford Proper Treatment, Says Desperate Mom
  172. Karabakh Telecom Manager Charged with Stealing $1.729 Million in Calling Cards
  173. Turkey: Media Ban On Corruption Case ‘Protects Thieves’
  174. Ghana: Alleged Smuggler’s UK Arrest Breeds Cocaine Scandal
  175. Romania: Chief Prosecutor Resigns Over Abuse Of Power Allegations
  176. France: Total Faces Trial Over Iran Deals
  177. Goris Apiarist: ‘Beekeeping Isn’t Difficult, but It’s Still Hard Work’
  178. Two Defendants in Armenia’s Largest Drug Bust Declare Their Innocence
  179. A Shady $600 Million Power Plant: Armenia Strikes Deal with Offshore Company
  180. Dalarik’s Plight: “The people don’t have bread to eat. They are building a church. Go figure”
  181. Armenia's Foreign Minister in Sweden; "Azerbaijan is clearly losing its sense of reality"
  182. SOCAR Chief’s Son Practices "Charity" With Government Funds
  183. "A more blackened garden" - Thomas de Waal's Book Now in Turkish
  184. Hetq’s ‘Listen to Our Voices’ to be Screened Nov. 26
  185. Monte Remembered: Notes From Prison
  186. Catholicos Aram I Hosts Armenian Ambassador to Lebanon
  187. The Ups and Downs of Tobacco Farming in Artsakh; This Year’s Drought Cut into Profits
  188. Portugal’s Former PM Arrested At Airport
  189. China: Top General Caught With Ton Of Cash
  190. Armenia's Central Bank: Devaluation of the Dram Will Assist Country's Exports
  191. UK: 34 Kilos Of Cocaine Seized, Pilot Arrested
  192. Hetq v Environment Ministry: Judge Admonishes Official for Impertinence in Court
  193. Georgian Prez Tiptoes Around 1915 Genocide Issue: National “Coexistence” More Important
  194. Diasporan Benefactor Maral Anjargolian Donates Cow to Khachikyan Family
  195. Ministry Workers Dismantle Largest Illegal Well in Ararat Valley
  196. Australia: ‘Sir Lunchalot,’ Political Crony Finally To Face Court
  197. Artsakh Military Launches Special Op; Retrieves Remains of Downed Helicopter Crew
  198. Foul Play: James Rodriguez’s Former Club Sanctioned For “Laundering Cartel Cash”
  199. Ambassador Charpentier: France Will Do All to Facilitate Return of Remains of Downed Helicopter Crew
  200. Karakert Residents Pay 35 Times More than the Going Rate for Water
  201. Artsakh Defense Army Claims it Controls Helicopter Crash Area
  202. Armenian Mother of Nine: “We’d always say this one would be our last”
  203. Sex, Drugs And Baltimore: US Prison Corruption Trial Begins
  204. Italy: ‘Ndrangheta Initiation Ritual Exposed
  205. ECHR Orders Armenia to Pay 160,000 Euros in Three Eminent Domain Cases
  206. World Bank Report: Doing Business in Armenia Getting Slightly Easier
  207. Caveat Emptor: 80 Armenian Companies Given Warnings for Using "Organic" and "Ecological" in Their Brand Names
  208. Hungary: Protesters Rally Against Prime Minister
  209. Minsk Group Co-Chairs Call for Accessibility to Helicopter Crash Site
  210. Azerbaijani Government Blocks Journalist From US Commission Hearing
  211. House Of Scandal: Mexico President’s Wife Vows To Sell Mansion
  212. Vintage Car Enthusiast Roubik Grigoryan: “I was the first to drive the ZIM-12 in Leninakan”
  213. Artsakh Government Asks Red Cross to Help Locate Helicopter Crew Remains
  214. Armenia's Defense Minister Raises Plight of Downed Helicopter Crew with OSCE Official
  215. China: 288 Arrested In 56 Nations In Corruption Crackdown
  216. Hetq Expose Prompts Ministry to Study Pharmaceuticals from India
  217. Rehabilitating Criminal Offenders in Armenia: Government Must Invest in Creative Approaches
  218. Karakert Villagers Still Waiting for Armenian President to Fulfill Campaign Promise
  219. NKR Foreign Minister Receives Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office
  220. New Action In Long-Dormant Bangkok Film Festival Bribe Case
  221. Artsakh Defense Minister Meets OSCE Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk
  222. Worker Falls from Artzavan Tailings Dam and Dies
  223. Inadequacies of Criminal Science in Armenia: Observations Culled from Hetq’s “Distorted Fates” Series
  224. Banjos and Bayonets: The Tale of a Holocaust Survivor
  225. Indigenous Peoples and Thanksgiving: Getting at the Truth
  226. OSCE to Monitor Karabakh Line of Contact Tomorrow
  227. The Engraved Worry Beads of Varteres Atanasian: Family Memento as Genocide Testament
  228. FIFA: Corruption Investigator Says Findings Were Misrepresented
  229. Nigol Bezjian’s Ceaseless Search for Truth and Discovery — An Interview
  230. French Ambassador to Armenia Calls for Calm after Downing of Armenian Helicopter
  231. Landmine Free Artsakh Aims to Raise $100,000 to Clear Govshatly Village; Schedules Series of Events in California
  232. Number of Diabetes Patients in Armenia Up 108%; Mortality Rate Up 206%
  233. Truck Driver in Monday's Deadly Accident Charged with Violating Traffic Rules
  234. Kosovo: EU To Investigate Corruption In Its Own Ranks
  235. Military Analyst: Azerbaijani Forces Probably Panicked and Fired on Armenian Helicopter
  236. Artsakh Asks International Red Cross to Assist in Retrieval of Remains of Downed Helicopter Crew
  237. Armenia's Ambassador to Italy Gets Croatian Post As Well
  238. Armenia’s Deadly Road Accidents: Could Monday’s Tragedy Have Been Averted?
  239. Artsakh Foreign Ministry: Baku Openly Derides the Minsk Group Co-Chairs
  240. Armenian President Leaves for Artsakh: Will Review Unity-2014 Military Exercises
  241. Azerbaijan Video of Helicopter Downing Backfires on Baku
  242. Minsk Group Calls for Calm after Yesterday’s Downing of an Armenian Helicopter by Azerbaijan
  243. Armenia Severely Condemns Downing of Helicopter by Azerbaijan
  244. US: Former Venezuelan Judge Admits Cartel Involvement
  245. RA Defense Ministry Spokesman: Downed Helicopter Wasn't Armed; Azerbaijan Will Pay Dearly
  246. Environmentalist Threatens Sit Down Strike to Halt Syunik Governor's Mining Expansion Plans
  247. Azerbaijan Shoots Down an Artsakh Military Training Helicopter
  248. Prime Minister Claims Annual 25% Growth in Armenia’s IT Sector
  249. Artsakh Poultry Factory Director: “People are starting to prefer local produce”
  250. Armenia's National Football Squad Leaves for Portugal