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  1. Ten Years On: Armenian Village Has Little to Show for Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline
  2. Money Transfers to Armenia Drop 8.8%
  3. $212,000 to NGO Run by Son of President Sargsyan's Advisor
  4. Third Police Officer Shot by Armed Group Dies
  5. Homo Sovieticus Examined at AHEIs Sixth Annual Summer Program
  6. Azerbaijan Violates Karabakh Ceasefire 37 Times
  7. Top Officials at Company that Constructed Armenias Nuclear Plant Charged with Embezzlement
  8. Court Sentences Sasna Dzrer Member Sedrak Nazaryan to Two Months Pre-Trial Detention
  9. Swiss-Armenian Community Calls for Immediate and Comprehensive Reforms in Armenia
  10. Artsakh Soldiers Receive Thank-You Letters from California Armenian Pupils
  11. Selective Justice: Poultry Pilferer Gets Hounded While Those Stealing Millions Walk Free
  12. Perseverance Pays: Village Start-Up Business Keeps Balasanyan Family Together
  13. Artsakh: Young Army Conscripts Taking the Oath
  14. Putin and Sargsyan in Moscow: Hyping Armenias Joining the Eurasian Economic Union
  15. Radio Liberty Reporters Were "Victims", Says Prosecutor
  16. Seven Injured During July Protests Still Hospitalized
  17. Detained Heritage Party Member Sanasaryan In Poor Health
  18. Police Do Business with Toyota-Yerevan Ltd., 30% Owned by Son of Armenias Second President
  19. Protesters Target Yerevan TV Station: Stop Inciting Violence Against Women
  20. Sargsyan Flies to Moscow to Meet Putin
  21. Two More Yerevan Police Officers Charged with Hindering Reporters During 2015 Electric Yerevan Protests
  22. Armenias Population Stands at 2.995 Million; 36% Reside in Yerevan
  23. Twenty Years Without a Sewer: Where Are the Millions in Loans and Credits Flowing?
  24. Freedom of Speech Rally Tomorrow in Liberty Square
  25. Two Yerevan Police Officers Criminally Charged with Hindering Reporters During 2015 Electric Yerevan Protests
  26. Yerevan Police Chief Dismissed
  27. Alek Yenikomshian Released from Pretrial Detention
  28. Armenias Katchatchkout Village: Education a Priority for 7 Village Siblings
  29. Wounded Sasna Dzrer Member in Poor Health, Says Lawyer
  30. Azerbaijan Violates Ceasefire 60 Times
  31. Yerevan: Thieves Break Into Car and Steal Political Cartoons
  32. Yenikomshian to be Released from Pre-Trial Detention
  33. Armenian Civil Society Reps Write to U.S. Ambassador: Want Action on Political Prisoners
  34. Visa Free Travel to Iran for Citizens of Armenia Starts Today
  35. Ministry of Health Says Those Injured During July Clashes Will Receive Free Medical Treatment
  36. According to the Rio 2016 Olympics website, Armenia has sent 32 athletes to compete in 41 events in eight sports categories.
  37. Armenian Soldier Dies in Military Truck Accident
  38. Azerbaijan Violates Karabakh Ceasefire 25 Times Last Night
  39. Human Rights Watch Report: Arbitrary Detentions, Brutal Beatings in Yerevan
  40. Yerevan Police Detain 27 in Liberty Square
  41. Offshore Connections: Armenian MP Artak Sargsyans Georgian Business Interests
  42. Father of Beaten Founding Parliament Member: Police Will Drop Case
  43. Police Again Detain Mother of Two Sasna Dzrer Members
  44. Vanadzor Residents Again Demonstrate: Demand Regime Change and Release of Jailed Sasna Dzrer Members
  45. An Urgent Call for Our Diaspora to Demand Democracy and Human Rights in Armenia
  46. Founding Parliament Member Aghlamazyan Beaten
  47. Sasna Dzrer's Petrosyan Declares Hunger Strike
  48. Sasna Dzrer's Pavlik Manukyan Ends Hunger Strike
  49. President Sargsyan Sacks 1st Deputy Director of National Security Service
  50. Hunger Strike to Continue, Says Jailed Activist Andreas Ghukasyan
  51. Artsakh Soldier Dies: Reason Unclear
  52. Armenia's Prosecutor General Resigns; Health Issues Cited
  53. Sefilian to Sasna Dzrer Combatant Pavlik Manukyan: Stop Your Hunger Strike
  54. Clothing Drive to Support Families in Artsakh Landmine Zones
  55. Azerbaijan Violates Karabakh Ceasefire 36 Times
  56. Sargsyan to Meet with Putin in Moscow
  57. Man Who Brought Food to Armed Group In Yerevan Charged with Hostage Taking
  58. Animal Smuggling Case Dropped; Large Numbers Still Traded via Armenia
  59. PINK Armenia: Tackling LGBTQ Youth Homelessness
  60. Sasna Dzrer Member Khandoyan Proclaims His Innocence
  61. Mine Explosion Kills Artsakh Soldier
  62. President Sargsyan: The unacceptable situation has come to an end; however its full resolution lies ahead
  63. Armenias President Sargsyan: The Emperor Has No Clothes
  64. Yerevan: Heritage Party VP Charged with "Organizing Mass Disorder"
  65. Armenia: RSF calls for end to impunity for police violence against journalists
  66. Human Rights Watch: "Armenia: Excessive Police Force at Protest"
  67. OSCE media freedom representative urges protection for journalists reporting on civil unrest in Armenia
  68. ACA Condemns the Violent Perpetrated the Armenian People - Urges the State Department to Suspend Cooperation and Assistance to Armenia's Police
  69. Yerevan Police Building Seizure - 47 Arrested/Imprisoned
  70. Yerevan Clashes: 25 Still in Hospital
  71. Press Material Re: Police Abuses in Sari Tagh Sent for Review
  72. Sasna Dzrer's Khandoyan: "I love my homeland, my Armenia..."
  73. Statement and demand of the civil initiative Davit Sanasaryan
  74. Yerevan Police Regain Control of Building Seized by Armed Group
  75. Yerevan: Armed Group to Surrender; Popular Struggle to Continue, Says Sasna Dzrer Member
  76. Spandaryan Village Residents Block Road; Angry That Police Shot a Native Son
  77. Sasna Dzrer Member Pavel Manukyan Gets 3 Month Pre-Trial Detention
  78. Kapan Police Detain Those Marching in Solidarity with Yerevan Armed Group
  79. Member of Sasna Dzrer Armed Group Wounded and Hospitalized
  80. Steering Committee of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum: The citizens of Armenia have every right to demonstrate in support of their views
  81. Yerevan: Explosions Heard from Seized Police Building Compound
  82. Yerevan July 30 Thousands March in Yerevan
  83. Yerevan: Man Sets Himself on Fire in Protest
  84. OSCE Office in Yerevan Calls for Restraint
  85. Yerevan Police: No Assault on Seized Police Building
  86. Yerevan Policeman Killed by Sasna Dzrer Armed Group Sniper
  87. US Embassy Urges Authorities in Armenia to "Maintain order in a manner that upholds all Armenian citizens rights to freedom of expression and to peaceful assembly"
  88. Armenia on the Brink of Police State. Heritage Party Condemns
  89. Deadline to Armed Group: Lay Down Your Arms by 5 PM Today
  90. United Nations in Armenia: "We hope for swift and peaceful resolution of standoff"
  91. Yerevan: Criminal Charges For Cops Who Injured Reporters
  92. Jirfayr Sefilyan Warns of Dire Consequences if President Sargsyan Refuses to Meet Him
  93. Armenia's Chamber of Advocates Condemns Police Violence Against Reporters
  94. Yerevan Police Target Reporters: Percussive Grenades Injure Several
  95. Yerevan: Police and Demonstrators Clash; 60 Injured
  96. Artsakh Soldier Wounded Last Night
  97. Yerevan: Local Hospital Swamped with Those Injured in Yesterdays Clash
  98. Yerevan: Police Forcibly Disperse Crowds Gathered Near Seized Police Building
  99. Police Sniper Wounds Sasna Dzrer Member: Armed Group Vows Self-Defense
  100. Jailed Gyumri Journalist Released; Knife He Was Carrying Not Considered "Deadly Weapon"
  101. Transparency International (Yerevan) Calls on International Human Rights Orgs to Condemn Actions of Yerevan Police
  102. Three French-Armenian Organizations Support People Demonstrating in Yerevan
  103. Armenian Bar Association Committee Calls for Humanitarian Release of Alex Yenikomshian
  104. Turkish Emergency Decree Shuts down 131 Media Outlets
  105. Yerevan, July 28: Rain Doesnt Dampen Spirits of Protesters
  106. Monte Melkonians Family Appeals for Release of Alec Yenikomshian
  107. Investigative Journalists NGO and Others Demand Release of Levon Barseghyan
  108. Lawyer: Yenikomshian Being Detained in Deleterious Conditions
  109. Yerevan: Police Detain Citizens on Suspicion of Carrying Weapons and Explosives
  110. Yerevan: Alek Yenikomshian Arrested
  111. Yerevan: 14 People Being Treated Due to Armed Seizure Fallout
  112. Azerbaijan Violates NKR Ceasefire 24 Times Last Night
  113. Yerevan, July 27: Thousands March Towards Seized Police Building
  114. Yerevan: Paramedic Taken Hostage Last Night Has Been Released
  115. Yerevan Mass Meeting: Live Feed from Liberty Square
  116. Yerevan: Police Detain Founding Parliament Member Alek Yenikomshian
  117. Yerevan: Police Detain Scores on Suspicion of Carrying Weapons and Bombs
  118. Yerevan: Law Enforcement to Armed Group - Time is Running Out
  119. Yerevan: Police Detain Actress Arsin?e Khanjian and Others Outside Seized Police Building
  120. Yerevan: Cops Stop Minister of Health from Entering Seized Police Building
  121. Yerevan: Police Arrest Founding Parliament Member Armen Mikayelyan
  122. Yerevan: Armed Group Says Police Broke Agreement and Opened Fire
  123. Yerevan: Armed Group Takes Four Medical Personnel Hostage, Says Police
  124. Azerbaijani Reconnaissance Drones Spotted Over Line of Contact
  125. Yerevan: Armed Group Says 4 of its Members Seized by Police
  126. Yerevan Standoff: Police Vow to Take More Drastic Actions
  127. Three Questions and Two Observations on the Stand-off in Yerevan
  128. Yerevan, July 26- Armed Standoff Update
  129. Yerevan: July 26 Opposition March
  130. Opinion: When People Are Fed Up
  131. Yerevan: Authorities to Armed Group - "Hold Weapons Overhead, Turn Right...."
  132. New Labor Law in Armenia: Ministry Must First Grant Permission for Non-Citizens
  133. Yerevan - Police Helicopter "Buzzes" Building Seized by Armed Group
  134. Yerevan Standoff: Is Khorenatsi Street a Dead End?
  135. Steering Committee of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum: Authorities in Armenia must not breach fundamental human rights
  136. Yerevan, July 24 Hostage Standoff Update
  137. Yerevan: Faces Behind the Armed Seizure of Police Building
  138. Artsakh: One Armenian Soldier Killed, Another Wounded
  139. Yerevan: Reporters to Enter Seized Police Building
  140. Yerevan: Armed Group Releases All Hostages
  141. Explosion Rocks Alaverdi Smelter; Two Hospitalized
  142. Yerevan: Armed Group Says It's Releasing Two of the Four Hostages
  143. Yerevan July 23: Large Crowds Gather at Hostage Standoff Site
  144. Transparency International (Armenia): Reforms Have Failed, Halt International Funding of Police
  145. Yerevan Police Break Arsens Chin; Young Man Claims He Was Just Minding His Business
  146. ARF Supreme Body: Violence and Enmity Cannot Resolve Armenia's Problems
  147. Armenian President Break Silence on Hostage Stand-Off: Calls On Armed Group to "Surrender"
  148. Yerevan Cops Attack Film Director Aram Shahbazyan, Breaking His Arm
  149. Association of European Journalists: Turkey suspends human rights treaty
  150. Armenians in Athens Show Solidarity with "Sasna Dzrer" Group in Yerevan
  151. Photo Yerevan: July 21 (Night Falls on Protesters Outside Seized Police Building)
  152. Terrorists, Daredevils or Rebellion Leaders?
  153. European Union Delegation in Armenia: "Use of force to achieve political change is unacceptable ""
  154. Police Tear Gas Canister Injures Onlooker in Yerevan During Last Night's Clash
  155. Armenian PM Condemns Seizure of Police Building; 'Violence Doesn't Result in Real Change'
  156. Residents of Yerevan's Erebouni District Sickened by Police Tear Gas
  157. Yerevan: Police Detain Demonstrators Near Building Seized by Armed Group
  158. Yerevan: Clashes End but Tensions Remain High
  159. Video Yerevan: Demonstrators and Cops Clash; Police Fire Tear Gas
  160. Photo Yerevan: Clashes Break Out
  161. Yerevan Police Use Smoke and Concussion Devices to Disperse Crowd
  162. Yerevan Police Detain Founding Parliament Member for Having Phone Conversations with Armed Group
  163. Prison Prohibits Nanor Sefilian From Visiting Activist Husband
  164. Founding Parliament Charges Republican Party and Thugs with Terrorizing Citizens
  165. Company Wants Tax Breaks for Imported Turkish Water Pipes
  166. Black Lives Matter Solidarity at the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Yerevan
  167. Public Council of Armenia Calls for Negotiated Settlement of Police Building Seizure
  168. Unknown Assailants Kidnap Member of Art Laboratory Group On Yerevan Street
  169. Shots Ring Out Near Seized Police Building in Yerevan: Police, Onlookers Clash
  170. Heritage Party Condemns Illegal Actions of Yerevan Police
  171. Police Preparing to Storm Building Seized by Armed Men on Sunday in Yerevan, Says Opposition Group
  172. Live Feed: Yerevan July 19 - Road Leading to Police Building Seized on Sunday
  173. Video: Yerevan, Night of July 18 (Chants of Jirayr, Jirayr)
  174. Police Units, Vehicles, Head Towards Seized Police Building in Yerevan
  175. Convoy of Police Vehicles Seen Headed Towards Yerevan Building Seized by Armed Group
  176. July 18 - Yerevan, Liberty Square
  177. Scuffles Break Out in Yerevan's Liberty Square; Police Detain Public Debate Participants
  178. Yerevan Hostages and Hostage Takers Given Food and Medicine, Says NSS
  179. Two Stretches of Shirak Roads Remain Nearly Impassable Despite Presidents Promise
  180. Video: Last Night Outside Yerevan Police Building Seized by Armed Group
  181. Alek Yenikomshian: Sides in the Armed Standoff in Yerevan Negotiating for Bloodless Resolution
  182. Armenia's National Security Service Urges Armed Group to "Cease and Desist"
  183. Alek Yenikomshian: Armed Group Released One Police Hostage Last Night
  184. Yerevan Police Release 100 Detained Citizens, Says Yerevan Lawyer; Traces Remain
  185. Live Feed - Khorenatsi Street, Yerevan
  186. Police Lock Down Outside Seized Yerevan Police Building
  187. No Orders Received to Storm Seized Yerevan Police Building, Says NSS
  188. Armenian President Apprised of Today's Armed Seizure of Yerevan Police Station
  189. Video at Seized Yerevan Police Station: 'We will not leave without a fight'
  190. Yerevan Police Detain Some Twenty Individuals in Liberty Square
  191. Yerevan Police Start Detaining Individuals; Numbers Unconfirmed
  192. "Daredevils of Sasoun" Group Announces Start of Armed Uprising in Armenia
  193. Yerevan Cops Close Road to Police Station Taken Over by Armed Attackers
  194. Armed Attackers Take Police Hostage in Yerevan
  195. Presidents of Armenia, NKR, Meet in Stepanakert
  196. #BridgingStories: Photojournalism Camp, Call for Applications
  197. Investigative Journalists: Call for Applications
  198. Azerbaijan Violates Karabakh Ceasefire 23 Times Last Night
  199. Armenian President Sends Condolences to French President Hollande Regarding Nice Tragedy
  200. Architects to President Sargasyan: Stop Demolition of Old Terminal at Zvartnots Airport
  201. Spain: Crackdown on Russian/Ukrainian Money Launderers
  202. Threats to OCCRP Partner KRIK: "You Should be Lined up and Shot
  203. Citizen of Armenia Killed in Nice Attack, Says Foreign Affairs Ministry Spokesman
  204. Armenia Issues New Stamp Dedicated to Euro 2016
  205. Artsakh Defense Army Thwarts Attempted Azerbaijani Advance
  206. NKR Foreign Minister Received the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office
  207. Foot-and-Mouth Disease Reported in Gegharkounik: Health Officials Claim No Such Knowledge
  208. Ministry Receives 996 Petitions: Soviet Bank Account Compensation High on the List
  209. OSCE to Monitor Karabagh Line of Contact
  210. Viva Cell Provides No Info As to Why Profits are Down 49%
  211. Armenia and Iran Sign MOU to Cooperate in Battling Corruption
  212. Azerbaijan Conducts Aircraft Training Missions Along Border, Says Artsakh Ministry
  213. Yerevan's Historic "Aram Manoukian" Building to be Preserved, Says Minister of Urban Construction
  214. Delegation Representing Iran's General Inspection Organization Arrives in Yerevan for Talks
  215. Kinder Chocolate's Possible Carcinogens: Ferrero "Working on Solutions" to Minimize Them
  216. Artsakh MP Khanoumyan, Attacked on June 6, Says President Will be Suspected of Organizing Incident if Those Arrested are Pardoned
  217. Clearstream Enters Armenia's Banking Sector
  218. Armenian Parliament Prez and Georgian Parliament VP Talk Economic Cooperation
  219. Republican Party, Prosperous Armenia Candidates Win in Yesterday's Syunik Local Elections
  220. Gruesome Find: Armenian Family Murdered in Javakhk Village
  221. President Serzh Sargsyan participated at the meeting of the Heads of State and Government of the NATO member and non-member states dedicated to the Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan
  222. Head of Armenia's "Ethics Committee" Buys $120,000 Apartment; Uses 70,000 Swiss Franc Loan
  223. Gifts as Bribes? Financial Disclosures of Top Armenian Officials Fail to List Sources
  224. Sargsyan Meets U.S. Secretary of State Kerry in Warsaw; Discuss Karabakh Conflict Settlement
  225. President Serzh Sargsyan has arrived on a working visit to Poland
  226. Armenian PM Discusses Increased Trade Cooperation in St. Petersburg
  227. Armenian Prosecutor General Congratulates Russian Counterpart
  228. Artsakh Military Thwarts Attempted Azerbaijani Reconnaissance Incursion
  229. Gyumris Shirak Makes it to Second Qualifying Round in Europa League
  230. Aviation Group Demands a Halt to Partial Dismantling of Zvartnots Airport in Yerevan
  231. Newspaper Says Former Provincial Military Police Chief Shirked Duties in Artsakh; He Files Slander Suit
  232. Armenian Transportation Minister Discusses Lars Border Crossing with Georgian PM
  233. Amulsar mine and vague future of Jermuk according to Lydian. PAEF
  234. Police Arrest Hrazdan Man for Reckless Driving; Killing 7 Year-Old
  235. Kinder Sweets Contain Possible Carcinogen, Says German Watchdog Group
  236. Armenian Military Truck Overturns; No Fatalities Reported
  237. Delegation from Armenia to Participate in International Police Association Conference in U.S.
  238. NKR Line of Contact Remains "Relatively Calm"
  239. Employees of Armenian TV Station Launch New Political Party
  240. How Not to Talk About Israel and Armenia
  241. Hrazdan River Fish Kill Puzzles Environmentalists
  242. May 2016 Cash Transfers to Armenia Drop 42.5% Over Year
  243. Abandoned Construction Crane and Nesting Storks Are the Local Attraction in This Part of Armenias Armavir Province
  244. 20% Voter Turnout in Otevan; Most Men in Russia Seeking Work
  245. Independent Beats Republican Party Candidate for Ttoudjour Village Mayor
  246. Armenia's Environment Ministry Collects $4,510 in Fines
  247. Taleen Keldjians F?tbol! Scores a Goal with Kids
  248. Karabakh Line of Contact Calm Over the Weekend
  249. Thomas de Waal on Karabakh: I am not optimistic about the chances of a successful negotiated settlement
  250. Karabakh Line of Contact Relatively Calm