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armenpress.am09/14th/2019, 1:42

A Witchhunt on YANs or another case of Armenophobia by Azerbaijan

About 10 days ago, two Russian citizens were captured in Azerbaijan’s Chaykend village (Getashen village, occupied by Azerbaijan) located in the Goygol region. According to the Azerbaijani media, the captives were a married couple of Armenian origin visiting Azerbaijan as tourists. They also had “Marqarisa Zakaryan Qranov”’s nam...

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panorama.am09/9th/2019, 10:36

No legal grounds to ban Amulsar mining operation at the moment, Pashinyan says

The Armenian government has no legal grounds to ban the operation of Amulsar gold mine owned by Lydian International at least at the moment, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said in a Facebook live video. At the same time, he said, they cannot ignore the concerns of the public and the country’s economic community. “As you alre...

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panorama.am09/3rd/2019, 4:12

New discoveries in Tigranakert

The excavation works in Tigranakert, Artsakh, lasted for 40 days this year and concluded on August 26, the head of archaeological expedition in Tigranakert Hamlet Petrosyan told In his words, the excavation has been financed by Artsakh leadership. This year some 18 million AMD was allocated to the project that invo...

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panorama.am08/21st/2019, 2:30

U.S. Armenians sue Turkey to visit their native land without a passport

A unique lawsuit, not based on the Armenian Genocide, was filed on May 29, 2019, by two Armenian-Americans against the Turkish government in the United States Federal Court, Central District of California. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Barkev Ghazarian, 88, and his son Garo Ghazarian claiming “statutory elder abuse, inten...

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panorama.am08/20th/2019, 2:06

Police: 65 cases of crime detected over the past day

According to the operations reports of Police of the Republic of Armenia, 65 cases of crime were detected by officers of various police subdivisions in the territory of Armenia from August 19 to 20, 4 of which 6 were earlier committed crimes. In particular, 15 cases of infliction of bodily harm, 17 cases of personal theft, 6 c...

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panorama.am08/15th/2019, 12:54

Oil deepens slide below $58 on recession fears, U.S. supply

Oil fell 3% to below $58 a barrel on Thursday, extending the previous session’s 3% drop, pressured by mounting recession concerns and a surprise boost in U.S. crude inventories, Reuters reports. In a sign of investor concern that the world’s biggest economy could be heading for recession, weighing on oil demand, the U.S. Treas...

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panorama.am08/7th/2019, 10:48

Most of missing documents on March 2008 events retrieved, NSS chief says

Most of the documents on the March 2008 post-elections events in Yerevan missing from Armenia’s National Security Service (NSS) have been retrieved and attached to the criminal case, NSS Director Artur Vanetsyan told reporters in Artsakh on Tuesday, Armenpress reports. The security chief said the documents were retrieved due ...

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panorama.am08/5th/2019, 9:54

Dark chocolate could boost mood, help curb depression: study

Eating dark chocolate could boost mood and relieve symptoms of depression, scientists say. Adults who tucked into the treat had 70 per cent lower odds of reporting depressive symptoms than those who ate no chocolate at all, the research showed, according to Australian Associated Press. The team studied data from 13,626 adults...

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panorama.am07/31st/2019, 10:06

Analyst: U.S. government plans to cut financial assistance to Artsakh

The government of the United States plans to cut the financial assistance for mine clearance in Artsakh, political analyst Suren Sargsyan said in a Facebook post. “This program is financed by the USAID and its suspension is a strong political message. I urge my U.S.-based friends to join the campaign launched by the Armenian N...

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panorama.am07/29th/2019, 10:42

Kocharyan supporters protest outside government building

A group of supporters of Armenia’s second President Robert Kocharyan are staging a protest outside the government building in downtown Yerevan, demanding the ex-president’s release. The protesters are repeatedly chanting, ‘freedom to Kocharyan’, ‘Kocharyan, hero’, ‘Kocharyan, victory’ and ‘Nikol, liar’. Kocharyan was arrested...

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