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  1. Yerevans Worsening Air Quality: Dangerous Levels of Dust, Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur Dioxide Recorded
  2. Minor Earthquake Hits South of Tchambarak
  3. Khosrov Forest Fire: Mopping-Up Operations Continue
  4. Man Charged with Smuggling Drugs from Mexico to the US using a Drone
  5. Armenia to Cut State Funding of Sciences
  6. Minister Awards Medals to Crew of Russian Tanker Plane
  7. Ex-Chairman of the Board of ArmBusinessBank CJSC Sentenced to 13 Years
  8. American-Armenian Musical Duo: Holding Charity Concerts to Aid to Border Villages
  9. Armenians Among 12 Arrested in Los Angeles on Federal Drug Trafficking Charges
  10. Armenias Khosrov Forest: Cause of Wildfires Yet Unclear; Differing Estimates of Hectares Destroyed
  11. US: Extradited Lithuanian Man Pleads Not Guilty in US$ 100 Million Fraud Case
  12. Aerial Investigation Carried Out Over Armenias Khosrov Forest
  13. Russian Tanker Plane to Continue Flights over Smoldering Khosrov Forest Reserve
  14. Armenia Sends 7 Athletes to Summer Universiade in Taipei
  15. Armenian Ministry Calls on Public Not to Harm Animals Fleeing Wildfires
  16. Yelk Alliance MPs Introduce Bill to Eliminate VAT from Drug Sales
  17. Khosrov Forest; Predicted Temperature Rise Forces Continued Russian Tanker Plane Flights
  18. Armenian President Holds Talks on Upcoming Armenia-Diaspora Conference
  19. Environmentalists Say Armenias Government Wasnt Ready for Wildfires
  20. Ministry Claims 85% of Khosrov Wildfire Extinguished
  21. Armenias Verin Khotanan Village: Getting Older and Emptier
  22. Riding the "Kiddy Train": A Big Deal for Village Children
  23. Israel Detains Billionaire Beny Steinmetz in Money Laundering Probe
  24. Favoritism Shears Competitors in Georgian Sheep Industry
  25. Australian Miner Iluka Resources Reveals African Bribery Scandal
  26. Khosrov State Reserve - Mountainous Terrain and Lack of Equipment Hinders Armenia Firefighters
  27. Armenia: Khosrov Wildfire Continues to Burn
  28. The Khosrov Wildfire: Are the Media in Armenia Asking the Right Questions?
  29. Artsakh Southern Frontline
  30. Azerbaijani Gunfire Kills Artsakh Soldier
  31. Yerevan Municipality Discusses Dog Walks, Bicycle Safety Issues
  32. AWOL Armenian Soldier Found Hanging in Native Village
  33. Armenias Ari Tun (Come Home) Program: Whos Ari? Where's Home?
  34. Is Monte Melkonian Memorial Safe? Yerevan State University Guesthouse to Become Hotel
  35. Armenian Actor Samvel Tadevosyan: "Theater is the present for me"
  36. Armenias Kapan Airport: $2 Million Project Will Let Passengers Fly to Yerevan for Around $42
  37. Animal Rights Group Proposes Dog-Friendly Areas in Yerevan
  38. Builders' Day in Armenia; PM Thankful for Solid and Beautiful Edifices
  39. Armenia: Defendants in 2015 Conspiracy to Overthrow Government Deny All Charges
  40. Tufenkian Foundation Allocates Seventh Wounded Soldier a House in Artsakh
  41. Yerevan Residents Complain About Uncollected Trash; Hauler Partly Blames Citizens
  42. Aronian in 4th Place at Grand Chess Tour 2017
  43. Armenia Wants to Maintain Current Energy Rates Until 2036
  44. Baroness Cox in Artsakh
  45. Artsakh: Government Wants to Increase Pomegranate Yields
  46. Chinese Delegation in Armenia; Greater Cooperation Discussed
  47. Armenia's Footballers Rise in FIFA Ranking
  48. Armenias Limited Aircraft Fleet
  49. Armenia's Defense Ministry Denies Firing on Azerbaijani Village
  50. Team from Armenia Wins Gold at International Mathematics Competition
  51. German Specialist Believes Winemaking in Armenia Has Greatly Improved
  52. The Repatriates: Deception, Sacrifice, and Now Scorn
  53. Armenia: Free Textbooks to Schools In Border Communities
  54. Haghartzin Festival Kicks-Off in Armenia
  55. Monitoring of Jailed Sasna Dzrer Members on Hunger Strike
  56. No Permit, No Problem: Construction of Another Hydro Plant on Geghi River Begins
  57. Armenia Participates in Astana EXPO 2017; Spends $40,000 in World Bank Grant
  58. Armenia's Government Debt Up 3.3%
  59. Armenia: Foreigners Adopt Majority of Children
  60. 600,000 + Tourists to Armenia in First Half of 2017
  61. Harry Orbelian Appointed Director of Yerevan's Opera Theatre
  62. Explosion in Yerevan's Davtashen District
  63. Armenia Clinches Bronze at Juniors Wrestling World Championship
  64. 29 People in Armenia Sick from Eating Poisonous Mushrooms
  65. Say No to Gold Mine! Artvi Residents Sign and Send Petition to Prime Minister
  66. Yerevan: Little Progress in Sasna Dzrer Trial
  67. Have Something to Say? Contribute to Hetq!
  68. State Secret? Armenian Prison Officials Refuse to Say Where Unconsumed Food is Going
  69. Armenia: Discrepancy in Boy vs Girl Births Decreasing
  70. Yerevan: Trial of Sari Tagh Defendants Again Postponed
  71. Dismissed Head of Armenian Border Checkpoint Cries Foul Play
  72. Gazprom - Largest Taxpayer in Armenia
  73. Shooter Kills Three in Shamiram Cemetery
  74. Armenia's Population Drops 15,000, Says Official Report
  75. Armenian Composer Stepan Shakaryan: Artists Should Live in Their Homeland
  76. Body of Armenian Soldier Found; Said to Have Sustained Head Wound
  77. Armenian Start-Up LiveBoard: Visualizing and Sharing Ideas on Virtual Chalkboard
  78. Yerevan: More Tourists, More Trash
  79. Uzbekistan Explains What Gulnara Karimova was Convicted of, Announces More Charges
  80. Karabakh LoC Relatively Calm
  81. Armenia: 215 Cases of Domestic Violence Investigated
  82. Media NGOs in Armenia Demand Those Responsible for Beating Journalists be Tried
  83. Creating Atmosphere: First Anti and Art Caf?s Open in Vanadzor
  84. Mine Company Owners Not Welcome: Artvi Village Residents Block Road
  85. Sevkar Village: Lack of Jobs Feeds Steady Exodus of Residents
  86. EU Investigating Five German Carmakers For Economic Cartel
  87. Power Supply Units Procured for Armenia Elections to be Distributed to Ministries, State Agencies
  88. Putin Ratifies Agreement to Set-Up Joint Military Force with Armenia
  89. Yerevan's Firdous Market: Dismantled Stalls, Irate Merchants
  90. The Haladjians of Aleppo: Second Generation Continues Family Clothing Business in Yerevan
  91. Artsakh Ministry of Defense Refutes Azerbaijani Report About Drone Attack
  92. Irate Merchants Block Bagratashen Border Crossing; Protest New EEU Regulations
  93. UK: El Chapos Cartel Joins Forces With Romanian Gangsters to Smuggle Cocaine
  94. UN Ambassador Admits Taking Millions in Bribes from Chinese Billionaire
  95. Armenias Sanahin Monastery: Abbot and Primate Accuse One Another of Allowing Illegal Graves at UNESCO Site
  96. Jailed Activist Accuses Armenian Government of Conducting Political Witch-Hunt
  97. Armenian President On Vacation
  98. Yerevan Municipality Doesn't Provide the List of Repaved Streets
  99. Body of Missing Shirak Man Found in Reservoir
  100. Armenian PM Discusses Development in Tavoush
  101. Armenian Start-Up HelloSIM: Affordable Mobile Internet for Travelers
  102. The Cholyans of Buzhakan: You wont solve anything by whining
  103. China: More Than 210,000 Officials Punished for Corruption in 2017
  104. Largest Dark Web Marketplace for Illicit Drugs, Firearms, Malware and More Shut Down
  105. Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme: Applications Now Being Accepted
  106. Karabakh Line of Contact Relatively Calm Last Week
  107. Yerevans Dvin Hotel: Armenias Honorary Consul to Crimea Wants to Build Casino
  108. Company Linked to Family of Armenias State Revenue Committee Chief Gets Tax Breaks
  109. Armenian Foreign Minister Meets with U.S. Trade Delegation
  110. Armenia - Imports Outstripping Exports
  111. Armenia's Mime Festival Kicks-Off Tomorrow
  112. Hetq Journalist Among the Winners of Yerevan Press Club Awards
  113. Yerevans Sasna Dzrer Trial: Endless Sanctions - No Progress
  114. Arshavir from Koghes: Growing Potatoes Today, but Dreaming of Becoming an Armenian Teacher One Day
  115. Yerevans Firdous Market: Business Owners Dismantle Stalls as Police Watch
  116. Filmmaker Nigol Bezjian: Censorship of art is cultural suicide
  117. Spain: High Ranking FIFA Official Arrested in Corruption Probe
  118. Romanian Politician Named in Scandal Hits Back at Journalists: Peace is Over
  119. Armenian Government Approves Integrated Transportation Network
  120. Yerevan: Sasna Dzrer Trial Plods Along
  121. The Policy Forum of Armenia (PFA) has released the following on the 1st anniversary of the seizure of a Yerevan police station by the armed Sasna Dzrer group
  122. Armenias Border Villages: Scorching Sun and Drying Apricots
  123. No Easy Work: Yerevan Native Lousineh Adapts to Village Life
  124. French Dairy Giant to Launch Plant in Armenia
  125. Hetq Organizes Round-Table on Sevan Town Problems
  126. Yerevan Meeting Discusses Inefficient Management of Ararat Valley Aquifer; Calls Made for Greater Public Participation
  127. Artsakh Foreign Minister of Artsakh Hosts Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office
  128. Armenias National Gallery: Heat, Dust and Sunlight Threaten Valuable Artworks
  129. OSCE to Monitor Artsakh Line of Contact
  130. Artsakh Parliament Prepares to Elect New President for the Country
  131. Yerevan: 5th Annual Watermelon Festival
  132. The Repatriates: Deception, Sacrifice, and Now Scorn
  133. Unabated Climate Change Would Reverse The Hard-Earned Development Gains in Asia-New Report
  134. One Year On: Sasna Dzrer Calls for Creation of Sovereign and Democratic Republic
  135. EaP CSF Armenian National Platform Finds Unacceptable The Censorship and Discrimination Displayed WithinThe Framework of Golden Apricot Film Festival
  136. An Annual Summer Game: Demanding a Bit of Air in Nubarashen Penitentiary
  137. Armenia: Gevorgyan Family Gears Up for Another Broccoli Crop
  138. EU Plans Crackdown on Antique and Art Smuggling That Funds Terror
  139. Armenia Seeks to Improve Its Moody's Rating
  140. Yerevan: Garo Yegnukian Accuses Court of Violating his Right to a Fair and Speedy Trial
  141. Yerevan: Sasna Dzrer Trial Continues with Shouts of Happy Birthday Aram
  142. Armenian Government Allocates $180K for Nairit Plant Safety
  143. Armenia - Moldova: Visa Free Travel
  144. Armenia's Aragatzotn Province Gets New Governor
  145. Armenian President Visits Army Base in Tavoush; Thanks Soldiers for Service
  146. Yerevan: Sasna Dzrer Trial Postponed; Lawyers Walk Out
  147. Raspberry Factor: Planned Gold Mine in Armenia's Lori Province Raises Red Flag for Farmers
  148. Armenian President Congratulates French Ambassador on Bastille Day
  149. U.S. - Armenia Economic Cooperation Discussed in Yerevan
  150. Armenian Ambassador to Canada Discharged
  151. Alexander Arzumanyan: Armenia's New Ambassador to Denmark
  152. Levon Martirosyan: Armenia's New Ambassador to Canada
  153. Adam Simonian Studies in Yerevan but Dreams of Returning to His Native Lori Home
  154. Armenia: One in Seven Survive on Bread and Potatoes
  155. Armenian Villagers in Georgias Akhalkalaki Region Gather to Mark Deri Pilgrimage
  156. Arevik Village: Farmers Cant Sell Crops; Use It to Feed Livestock
  157. Armenia's National Debt: $56.3 Million Increase in May
  158. Armenian Start-Up: Fitolight Founder Says His LED Lamps Can Accelerate Plant Growth by 40%
  159. Armenian Foreign Minister: International community must consider more tangible means to curb Azerbaijan
  160. Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan Meet in Brussels; Karabakh Conflict Discussed
  161. Armenias EcoCenter: An Underfunded Scientific Institution Competes on the World Stage
  162. Kiwi Craze: Green-Thumbed Armenian Villager Grows Variety of Exotic Fruits
  163. Armenia: Stay Out of the Sun Tomorrow
  164. Azerbaijani Gunfire Kills Artsakh Soldier
  165. Yerevan's Golden Apricot Film Festival Gives Green Light to Censorship: Filmmakers and Activists Issue Protest
  166. OSCE/ODIHR Final Report on Parliamentary Elections in Armenia Urges Authorities, Political Parties to Discourage Pressure on Voters and Increase Public Trust
  167. EaP CSF Armenian National Platform Statement on Recent Developments on the Line of Contact of Karabakh Conflict
  168. Statement by Minister Nalbandian at the Informal Ministerial Meeting of Eastern Partnership in Chisinau
  169. Armenias 'Choir of the Blind': No Government Support, But Still Rehearsing and Performing
  170. Tension on the Karabakh Line of Contact Last Week
  171. Ashtaraks Proshyan Museum: Personal Items and More of the 19th Century Armenian Writer
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  173. Mexico: 28 Dead in Latest Clash Between Organized Criminal Groups
  174. Yerevan: Constitution Day
  175. Yerevan - Sasna Dzrer Trial: Defendants Removed from Courtroom for Improper Conduct
  176. Yerevan - GaroYegnukian Trial: Defendant Wants His Case Detached from Sasna Dzrer
  177. Armenia, Iran Sign Science and Research MoU
  178. Armenian Justice Minister Hosts EEU Delegation
  179. Metzamor Back On Line After Scheduled Maintenance
  180. Azerbaijani Fire Wounds Three Artsakh Soldiers
  181. UAE Investors Plan Projects in Armenia
  182. Artsakh Defense Minister: 'We will continue to exercise our right to self-defense'
  183. Passenger Volume at Armenia's Airports Up 29.3%
  184. Suspect Identified in Tavoush Murder
  185. Armenian Police Launch Manhunt in SAS Supermarket Theft
  186. International Center Launched to Combat Global Scourge of Grand Corruption
  187. Syuniks Tsav Village School: Small in Numbers, Big in Creative Achievements
  188. Yerevan: Demonstrators Oppose Bill Designed to Draw More Lake Sevan Water
  189. Armenia's Parliament Passes Bill to Draw More Water from Lake Sevan
  190. Artsakh Defense Army Causes Damage to the Positions Located Nearby Alkhanlu Village
  191. Yerevans Construction Waste Graveyard; Norks Gorge Gradually Disappearing
  192. Minsk Group Co-Chairs Urges Sides in Karabakh Conflict to Cease Military Actions
  193. Artsakh Denies News Regarding Explosion Death of Three Soldiers
  194. Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Artsakh About Firing from Alkhanlu Village
  195. Armen, EcoCamp Founder: Armenias Kapan Could Be the Capital of the Silk Road
  196. Mining Gold in Armenia: International Finance Corp. Blindly Trusts Lydian International
  197. Bicycle Power: Illuminating a Childrens Park in Vedi, Armenia
  198. Artsakh: New Army Conscripts
  199. Armenia's President Boasts of Progress in Prosecutor's Office
  200. Yerevan's Sasna Dzrer Trial: Five Recesses and Sanctions Galore
  201. OSCE Monitoring to be Conducted
  202. The Asian Development Bank Has Approved an $80 Million Loan to Electric Networks of Armenia CJSC (ENA)
  203. New Entertainment in Armenias Jermuk City: Cinema on Wheels
  204. Armenian PM to Lori to Review Development Prospects
  205. The Owners of Armenia's Gold: Straddling Three Offshore Zones and Russia
  206. Three Armenian Start-Ups: Organizing Your Travel Plans with New Technologies
  207. Sefilyan, Safaryan Not Beaten, Says HRD Office
  208. 2 Million Euro Grant to Armenia to Build Crude Waste Dump
  209. Garo Yegnukian, a Co-defendant in the Sasna Dzrer Case, Says He Doesn't Understand the Charges Against Him
  210. More Interruptions in the Trial of Jirayr Sefilyan and Six Others
  211. U.N. Yerevan Office Says it Stopped Dealing with Water Company Two Years Ago
  212. Report: Albanian Gangs "Control" the UK Drug Trafficking Market
  213. Tripartite Agreement on Cooperation Signed Today at Armenia's Ministry of Emergency Situations
  214. Court Mayhem: Sasna Dzrer Trial Halted as Police Battle Attorneys
  215. Flights Between Damascus and Yerevan Officially Launched Today
  216. Armenian Police Discovered Large Amount of Narcotics
  217. Hitchhiking to the Thermal Springs of Jermouk
  218. Police Mercilessly Beat Sasna Dzrer Member After Trial, Says Lawyer
  219. A Conversation with Catalan Researcher and Activist Abel Riu: Collaboration Between Artsakh and Catalonia on the Independence Issue is Promising
  220. Emigration, numbers, facts and trends
  221. Sari Tagh Lawyer Says Police Couldn't Identify His Clients as Their Attackers
  222. Heavy-Handed Tactics: Bailiffs at Jirayr Sefilyan Trial Collect Personal Data; Supporters Claim They Were Intimidated by Police
  223. Caveat Emptor: Hetq Tests 6 Bottled Water Brands, Some Targeted to Children; Only 2 Meet Health Standards
  224. Model Miranda Kerr Hands Over Pricey Jewelry Linked To Malaysia Corruption Case
  225. 6,010 Registered Drug Addicts in Armenia
  226. More Than 300 Applications for Sevan Startup Summit 2017
  227. Armenia to Launch "Decent Work" Program
  228. Armenian Defense Minister Visits Hospitalized Soldiers
  229. Armenia's Military Air Force Marks 25th Anniversary
  230. EU Minister Nominee Set for Confirmation Despite Suspect Bulgarian Real Estate Deal
  231. France: Congo Presidents Daughter Charged With Money Laundering
  232. OVIR - No Exit for Outsiders (Part 3)
  233. Armineh, a Single Mom from Etchmiadzin: Hasnt Been Paid for Seven Months of Farm Work
  234. Armenian Start-Up ShellGuard: Artificial Intelligence Providing Continuous Protection Against Hackers
  235. Hungarian Police Confiscate Urartian Artifacts: Will They be Returned to Turkey?
  236. Investigation Launched Into Plundering of Ancient Kapan Burial Mound
  237. Sari Tagh Trial: Policeman Testifies They Wanted to Kill Us
  238. Road Accident Sends 12 Armenian Soldiers to Hospital
  239. Azerbaijan Violated Karabakh Ceasefire 400 Times
  240. Volodya, Syuniks Beekeeper: A Family History with Connections to Garegin Nzhdeh
  241. Fresco Painters Not Paid: Yerevan Church Built by Russian-Armenian Tycoon Ara Abrahamyan
  242. Armenia's Parliament Passes Government's Economic Program
  243. Almost 5,000 Behind Bars in Armenia
  244. Armenian President Attends EPP Summit in Brussels
  245. OVIR - No Exit for Outsiders (Part 2)
  246. Launch of the Calouste Gulbenkian Translation Series Internship at AUA
  247. Armenian PM Defends Government's 5 Year Program; Says It's Based on "Armenian Traditions and Family Values"
  248. Statement by the European Union Spokesperson on Karabakh Conflict Fatalities
  249. Artsakh Military Says It Prevented Azerbaijani Incursion, Killing Four Soldiers
  250. Deputy Spokesman for U.N. Secretary-General Calls on Sides to Negotiate in Karabakh Conflict