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  1. Ukraine: Bad Meat, Big Money
  2. Contaminated Chicken Sold In Major Food Stores In Armenia
  3. Israel: Former Prime Minister Guilty in Bribery Case
  4. Obsolete Equipment: Is the Free Medical Treatment at Yerevans Polyclinics Worth the Risk?
  5. Romania: Son of Former Moldovan President Probed over Blackmail Plot
  6. Armenias Gold Exports on the Rise but Revenues Drop
  7. Armenias Police Houses Foreign Delegations at Posh Yerevan Hotel Linked to Minister
  8. Yerevan Municipality Boast: One Square Mile of Roadway Asphalted in Two Years
  9. New Book Chronicles the Legacy of Bourj Hammoud
  10. Educating for a Better Future
  11. Two Police Officers Extradited from Romania to Turkey, Arrested on Arrival
  12. Artsakh Refutes Baku's Claim That Five Armenian Soldiers Killed
  13. Romania: Former Finance Minister Questioned over Picasso and Warhol Collection
  14. EURO 2016 Qualifiers: Armenia Continues at Bottom of Group I
  15. World Bank Specialist: I would like to see a stronger water resources management system in Armenia
  16. Time for Armenia to choose:Mining for Development or Systematic Plunder?
  17. Spectator Stabbed at 100th Anniversary Without the Regime Rally in Gyumri
  18. United States: Three Million Reward for Suspected Carder.su Kingpin and Accomplice
  19. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnic Recruited our Sons to IS, Say Witnesses
  20. $4,110 Dinner: Estonias Honorary Consul to Armenia Is Also in the Catering Biz
  21. Armenian President Pays State Visit to China; Sectors of Cooperation Cited
  22. Drop in World Copper Price Hurts Armenias Economy
  23. Cross-Border Bust: 78 Arrested for Shuttling Migrants from Kosovo to EU Countries
  24. Ukraine: Live on TV Two Officials Arrested for Corruption
  25. Central America: Journalists Launch New Database of Controversial Figures
  26. Azerbaijan: Khadija Ismayilova Allowed to See Family for First Time in Months
  27. French Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem Opens Armenian Genocide Symposium at Sorbonne
  28. Top Armenian Official Enjoys Banana Monopoly: Imported 12 Tons in 2014
  29. MP Hrant Bagratyan - 'Punish Those Responsible for Armenia's Dire Economic Situation'
  30. AGBU's Upcoming General Assembly in Yerevan to Tackle Armenia-Diaspora Relations
  31. Wounded Armenian Solider Dies in Artsakh Hospital
  32. Situation Remains Tense Along Artsakh - Azerbaijan Frontline
  33. The 100 Years, 100 Facts Project Charges Ahead in Turkish, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Russian
  34. Minister Backs Flour Enrichment Program; Points to Anemia Rise in Childbearing Aged Women
  35. Average Monthly Salary in Armenia is $364
  36. Service Sector Rates Up 3.2% in Armenia
  37. 5,000 Athletes from Abroad Expected to Participate in 6th Pan-Armenian Games
  38. Turkey: 'Its Hard to be a Hero', says Journalism Group as Dozens of Reporters Sued
  39. Brazil: Ruling Party Treasurer Joao Vaccari Will be Tried over Petrobras Scandal
  40. Tourist Numbers Up 11.3% in 2014
  41. PFA: "Cease Funding the Regime in Yerevan"
  42. Bulgarias Largest Telecoms Firm Shares Bought by Group Linked to Sanctioned Oligarch
  43. Hungary: Atlatszos Digital Activism Award Will Shore Up Independent Journalism
  44. Ter-Petrosyan: Diaspora Should Draft Its Own Genocide Agenda; Recognition Not a Cornerstone of Armenia's Foreign Policy
  45. Nikol Pashinyan's Lays Out 'Opposition Roadmap' for Armenia
  46. Armenian Parliament Passes Bill Condemning 1915 Genocide of Greeks and Assyrians
  47. Artsakh Defense Ministry Refutes Azerbaijani Video Showing Surrender of Armenian Soldier
  48. ELA Condemns the Inaction of the RA Police in Detecting the Crime
  49. Uzbekistan: President's Daughter Investigated for Bribe Taking
  50. Spelling Squabble Over Greek and Assyrian Genocide Bill: Lower or Upper Case?
  51. Naira Zohrabyan - Prosperous Armenia Is Part of the Opposition
  52. Armenian Defense Minister Travels to Artsakh: Visits Soldiers Wounded in March 19 Firefight
  53. Napkin Art: Gyumris Noush Petrosyan Sketches Caf? Patrons
  54. President Sargsyan: Happy Nowruz to Armenia's Kurds and Iran
  55. Moldova: Two Russian Journalists Banned for Five Years
  56. A Fusion of Old and New: Los Angeles Element Band Brings Innovative Sound to Yerevan
  57. Artsakh Defense Ministry: Front Line Relatively Calm
  58. Armenian Exports of Live Fish Nearly Quadruple in 2014
  59. Armenia's "Civil Initiative" Movement Works to Become Political Party
  60. ABMDR Passes European Licensing Inspection with Flying Colors
  61. Artsakh Defense Army Reports 3 of Its Soldiers Killed and 4 Wounded Repulsing Azerbaijani Incursion
  62. Farmers Advice: Assist Local Wheat Growers Rather than Enriching Imported Flour
  63. Referendums to be Held on Creation of Cluster Communities in Armenia
  64. Tired of the Same Old Song: Nairit Employees Protest Yet Again for Back Wages
  65. Worldwide Release April 17: Film 1915 To Shed Light on Forgotten Armenian Genocide
  66. EU: New Europol Team to Combat Human Smuggling Gangs in Mediterranean
  67. Lap of Luxury: Armenian Prime Minister Flies to Kuwait and Back for $48,985
  68. UNICEF Rep in Armenia Pushes Flawed PR Regarding Enriched Flour Initiative
  69. Two Prominent Istanbul-Armenians: Two Widely Divergent Views of 1915
  70. Mexicoleaks: Journalists Fired After Joining Whistleblowing Alliance
  71. Turkey: Trafficking Boats Intercepted after UN Warns of Crisis
  72. Ghost Village of Tegher: Who Profits from Holding Elections in Community of Twelve Permanent Residents?
  73. Armenian FM Hosts Reps of the Preparatory Committee for Ministerial Conference of Francophonie
  74. 56th Venice Biennale: Diaspora-Armenian Artists to be Featured at Armenian Pavilion
  75. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Four Held over Suspected Plot to Supply Bomb to Sweden
  76. Andorra: Authorities Take Over Bank in Money Laundering Storm
  77. Bosnias Radoncic Accused at Kelmendi Drug Trial in Kosovo
  78. Romania: Finance Minister Quits over Two-Million Euro Bribe Claims
  79. EIB Lends 10 Million Euros to Construct High Voltage Connection Between Armenia and Georgia
  80. Address by Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian at the Euronest PA Committee on Politicial Affairs, Human Rights and Democracy
  81. Textbook Procurement in Armenia: School Principals Play with Millions of Drams
  82. Artsakh to Conduct Trial Census This Week
  83. Personal Finances: Winners in Yesterdays Mayoral Elections in Armavir Province
  84. Javakhk Deserters Call on the Youth to Return and Enrich the Region
  85. New Web Site Assesses Armenian Genocide Losses
  86. Repressive actions against journalists in Crimea, Ukraine; OSCE Representative calls for immediate release of journalist
  87. Canadian Prime Minister Meets with Armenian Conservatives
  88. Montenegro: Reporters Call on Tax Authority to Investigate Former President
  89. Fishing Rights at Stake: Tabatzghour Residents Take Company Owned by MP Ayvazyan to Court
  90. Armenian President Discusses Constitutional Reform Process with Free Democrats
  91. President Sargsyan Discusses Constitutional Reforms with Pan-National Movement Reps
  92. Russians Moving to Latvia: Dream or Nightmare?
  93. The 5th ArmNet ?aunched in Yerevan
  94. Single Source Procurements: Taxpayers Assist Business Interests of Former Minister of Healths Sons
  95. Etchmiadzin Hospital: Limping Along with 30 Year Old Medical Equipment
  96. Romania: Multiple Raids Nab 46 Drug Trafficking Suspects
  97. Address by Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia at the Special Meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council
  98. Azerbaijan: Ismayilova Writes New Letter From Jail
  99. Hungary: Third Brokerage Firm in a Row Loses License
  100. Robbery of Etchmiadzin Bank Thwarted
  101. Genocide Survivors Get Free Medical Check-ups In Armenia
  102. Armenia Sports Minister Backs Participation in Baku 2015
  103. President Sargsyan Tours First Carrefour Market in Armenia
  104. International Figures Unite to Announce New Humanitarian Prize as Part of 100 LIVES Initiative
  105. Armenian Foreign Minister to Address OSCE Permanent Council Session
  106. George Clooney to Award Inaugural Humanitarian Prize in Yerevan on April 24, 2016
  107. Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights: My job is to push the Armenian authorities to do more and to move faster
  108. Foreign Minister of Armenia met the President of Slovenia
  109. Armenia should intensify its efforts to ensure gender equality and protect human rights in the justice system
  110. Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Slovenia Discuss Bilateral Relations in Ljubljana
  111. OCCRP Launches Secure Whistleblowing Platform
  112. Archbishop Aram Ateshian: 'Women from Armenia Come to Istanbul, marry Turks, and cover their heads'
  113. Tajik Opposition Leader Gunned Down in Istanbul, Three in Custody
  114. Lebanon, Armenia Discuss Strengthening of Defense Cooperation
  115. Prometey Bank has grown its regulatory total capital
  116. Heading to Artsakh: In the Company of R?nin
  117. Montenegrin Official's Wife Stashed Millions in Switzerland
  118. Vanishing Species: International Experts Find Fault with CITES Documents
  119. Azerbaijan: Court Prolongs Detention of Khadija Ismayilova
  120. Mexico: Los Zetas Kingpin Captured
  121. Cancer Screenings in Northern Armenian Mining Town Reveal a Growing Health Problem
  122. Armenia Appoints Ambassador to Slovenia
  123. At Least Seven Azerbaijani Soldiers Killed Overnight, Reports Artsakh Defense Army
  124. Javakh News Launches Armenian Edition
  125. Armenian Foreign Minister Attends Armenian Genocide Centennial Concert in Jerusalem
  126. Spain: former finance minister of Ukraine arrested in seaside resort swoop
  127. Armenia-Council of Europe Action Plan Steering Committee Session In Yerevan
  128. Foreign Minister of Armenia Meets Israeli President in Jerusalem
  129. Vardan Oskanian Quits Prosperous Armenia: 'Party couldn't achieve fundamental change'
  130. Political Farewell: Tsarukyan Steps Down as Prosperous Armenia Party President
  131. Teach For Armenia is the 36th Teach For All network partner
  132. The Emeksiz Sisters of Istanbul: The Armenians call us Turks, and the Turks call us Armenians
  133. In Armenia the Rich Rule: Liberal Democracy Is Plutocracy
  134. London: Billions in Dirty Money Fueling UK Real Estate Boom
  135. Azerbaijan: Jailed Journalist Rebukes President, Calls Charges Insulting
  136. Bayandour: Village of Budding Champions
  137. Armenian Bar Association on Genocide Centennial: Let Our Redemption Begin and End with Us
  138. Abstract Photo Exhibit Opens in Yerevan
  139. From Lake to Table: Armenian MP Builds Fish Market in Tbilisi
  140. The Seat Is Sweet: Whats Holding Up Elections for a New Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople?
  141. Victims' Family Appeal: Vardan Petrosyan Should Get Minimum of Six Years
  142. Azerbaijani Fire Kills Armenian Soldier Killed on Artsakh Frontline
  143. In 1999, Russia Wanted to Try Its Two Soldiers Accused of Murder in Gyumri; Armenia Refused
  144. Artsakh Soldier Dies After Being Shot: Ministry Investigating Circumstances
  145. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Judge Accused of Recieving Bribes from Alleged Organized Crime Figures
  146. Baghdad-Yerevan-Erbil: A Commercial or Political Route?
  147. Tonsillectomy Gone Horribly Wrong: Ministry of Health Absolves Physicians of Medical Malpractice
  148. Sex Ed a Taboo in Armenia: If Taught at All, Its by Phys Ed Teachers, Some 80 Years Old
  149. Armenia: My Illusion
  150. Romania: Anti-Corruption Agency Indictments 'Doubled' in 2014; Former Minister Arrested
  151. Amnesty International World Report: 2014 a Year of Regression
  152. FBIs Largest Cybercrime Bounty Ever Offered for Russian Hacker
  153. Armenian Mining Exec International Investors Interested in Gegharkounik Gold Fields
  154. OCCRP Double Finalist for European Press Prize
  155. Gyumri Murders: Differences in 1999 and 2015 Cases Involving Russian Soldiers
  156. Number of Registered Drug Users in Armenia Passes 5,000
  157. Artsakh PM and Armenian Minister Discuss Sector Cooperation
  158. Montenegro: Probe into Police HQ Contract Begins
  159. Ismayilova Convicted, Fined in Yet Another Case
  160. World Bank to Assist Renovation of Senior Schools in Armenia
  161. The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation to Honor Armenians Who Aided Holocaust Victims
  162. A Family Affair: Business Interests of President of Armenias National Assembly
  163. Watchdogs Urge EU Representative to Speak Up Over Azerbaijan Crackdown
  164. Decorated Artsakh Vets Hand Over Medals to Sefilyan
  165. Ukraine: Yanukovych Vows to Return to Ukraine
  166. Armenias Latest Staged Show - Yet Another Anti-Corruption Drive
  167. New Artists for Peace Music Video with Ken Davitian Kicks Off Stop Racism Campaign
  168. Deputy Environment Minister's Confession: Illegal Animal Trade Exists but We Haven't Uncovered any Actual Evidenc
  169. Italian Researcher: Armenian and Azerbaijani Migrants in Turkey Both Want to Make Money
  170. 900 Ceasefire Violations by Azerbaijan in Last Week
  171. Sleeping with Our Enemy: Russia Sells Weapons to Azerbaijan
  172. Leak Reveals US and UK Spies Hacked Mobile Phone Data in Bulk
  173. Sargsyan Rejects Face to Face Meeting with Ter Petrosyan Over Genocide Proclamation
  174. Prison Reform in Armenia: The Butchers Continue to Operate without Punishment
  175. Landmine Free Artsakh Clears Karegah Minefield: Two Fundraisers Planned for U.S.
  176. Bosnia: Six Arrested in Terrorism Financing Bust; Bosnic Trial Continues
  177. Bulgaria: Sofia Judge Suspended in Government Wiretapping Case
  178. Armenian PM to Head New Anti-Corruption Council
  179. Akhtala Mining Takes Back Workers Fired Over Wage, Safety Demands
  180. President Sargsyan Greets Visiting UAE Delegation
  181. Hrair Hawk Khatcherian: Photographer Talks About Armenia's Unrealized Potential on Eve of 100th Anniversary of Genocide
  182. Bill Would Grant 70% Pensions to Presidents After Leaving Office
  183. Artsakh Defense Minister and Minsk Group Co-Chairs Meet in Stepanakert
  184. Russia: Navalny Conviction Upheld, House Arrest Ends
  185. Interpol Fake Food Raids Result in Record-Sized Seizures
  186. 14 Year-Old Edgar: Ill probably go to work at the quarry as well, breaking rocks
  187. Armenian Environment Minister and French Ambassador Explore Greater Cooperation
  188. Founding Parliament Sues Republican Party Member for "Turkish" Reference
  189. Prosperous Armenia Pulls Out of Friday's Pan-National Rally
  190. Tsarukyan Calls for Political Calm: "Present direction leads to no good"
  191. Romania: Prime Minister's Brother-in-Law in EU Embezzlement Probe
  192. Russia: Oligarchs Dodging Sanctions
  193. $100 Milion Scandal: Rolls-Royce Accused of Bribing Brazilian Oil Company Petrobras
  194. Founding Parliament Calls for Establishment of National Liberation Movement in Armenia
  195. Amulsar: even "responsible" mining is destructive - Dr. Anahid Shirinian-Orlando
  196. Armenia's Official Position on 1915 Genocide: Ter-Petrosyan Calls For Face to Face Meeting with Sargsyan
  197. Diasporan Volunteers Journey in Armenia: Los Angeles Firefighter Paramedic Teaches First Aid in Villages
  198. Medical Malpractice: Six Year-Old Hasmik Goes In for Tonsil Removal, Discharged with Brain Damage
  199. Armenian Foreign Minister Meets Speaker of the Georgian Parliament in Yerevan
  200. Amenian President Recalls Armenia-Turkey Protocols
  201. Kocharian to Sargsyan: Back Off on Moves Against Tsarukyan
  202. Billion-Dollar Cyber-Heist Shows Patience, Sophistication
  203. Armenian Deputy Prosecutor Gets $66K Apt for Free at Taxpayer Expense
  204. Armenian Political Opposition Calls for "Pan-National" Rally This Friday
  205. Komitas Conservatory Instructor: Young Composers are Basically Forced to Leave Armenia
  206. Armenian Army Captain Arrested for "Dereliction of Duty" in Yerevan Soldier's Murder
  207. Another Artsakh Soldier Dies as a Result of Apparent Negligence
  208. Azerbaijan: Journalist Faces New Charges
  209. Tsarukyan, Ter-Petrosyan Meet for Talks
  210. New U.S. Ambassador Hands Credentials to President Sargsyan
  211. Tsarukyan Throws Down Gauntlet to Sargsyan: Calls for Complete Regime Change
  212. Presidet Sargsyan Convenes Meeting of National Security Council
  213. Armenia's Football Team Rises 5 Spots to 74th Worldwide
  214. Rome: Camorra-style Gang Busted
  215. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Suspected ISIS Recruiter's Trial Starts
  216. Romania, Spain and the EU Bust Human Trafficking Ring
  217. Senior Lieutenant Arrested as Suspect in Death of Armenian Soldier
  218. Latin American Cocaine Smugglers Busted in Yerevan: Drugs Were Headed to Turkey
  219. Gyumri Protestor Now Charged with Hooliganism
  220. Armenian Foreign Minster Greets New U.S. Ambassador
  221. Artsakh Family of Eight Waits to Move Into New Government Constructed Home
  222. Artsakh Soldier Dies from Gunshot Wound; Circumstances Under Investigation
  223. Government Junket to Moscow Costs $53,900....Just in Airfare
  224. 25 Years Later: The Refugees of Hakhtanak Village In Armenias Tavoush Province
  225. Artsakh President Meets with IDeA Foundation Head
  226. Contemporary Genocide Play to Debut in New York City in April
  227. Broken Dreams: Family Flees War in Iraq Kurdistan for the Diaspora, Not Armenia
  228. Exclusive Contracts: Supplying Medals to Armenian Government
  229. ADB plans to provide financial assistance of around $500 million over the next five years
  230. Head of Armenian Church Shows up in Leaked HSBC Files
  231. OSCE to Conduct Line of Contact Monitoring Tomorrow
  232. Daughter Agrees to Exhumation: Claims Her Father was Murdered and Didnt Commit Suicide
  233. Armenians Need to Lose Their Faith in the Free Market
  234. Aleppo Beckons: Istanbul Just a Temporary Refuge for Syrian-Armenian Family Longing to Return Home
  235. Yerevans Polyclinics: Take Advantage of the Free Healthcare but Stay Away From the Toilets
  236. Gyumri Mayor Requests Release of Protester Who Clashed with Cops Following Avetisyan Murders
  237. Armenian FM Meets With Minsk Group Co-Chairs in Munich
  238. Azerbaijani Gunfire Kills Artsakh Soldier
  239. Government Allocates $21,000 for Armenian-Russian Youth Conference
  240. Construction to Start on Chinese Language School in Yerevan
  241. Pre-Parliament Organization Claims Yerevan Police Beat One of Its Supporters
  242. 2014 Sees Increase in Reported Cases of HIV/AIDS in Armenia
  243. Armenian Parliament Passes Bill Modifying Circulation Law: Small Business Owners Get Temporary Respite
  244. International Red Cross Seeks to Find Fate of 4,500 Who Went Missing During Karabakh War
  245. Armenian FM to Germany for Security Conference
  246. Armenia, Sweden to Establish Embassies
  247. Armenian MP Keeps Endangered Siberian Tigers as Pets: Those in the wild would be jealous
  248. Debt Ridden Armavia: Is Baghdasarovs Financial Gambit Doomed to Fail?
  249. Artsakh Prez on Berdzor Incident - "Sadly, it proved impossible to prevent disorder and clashes"
  250. Artsakh Prez on Berdzor Incident - "Sadly, it proved impossible to prevent disorder and clashes"