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    Concerns over Caspian pipelines grow as tensions surge along Karabakh frontline
    Apr10

    Concerns over Caspian pipelines grow as tensions surge along Karabakh frontline

    The resurgence of violence between Azerbaijan and Armenians poses little immediate risk to the key pipelines that link European markets to the Caspian Sea, according to analysts from London to Washington, Artsakhpress reports citing Bloomberg. In a region where risk is the norm, “these sorts of localized difficulties tend to get shrugged off in...

    Resolution of Heritage Party: Heritage calls on all Armenians to unite around Armenian statehood
    Apr08

    Resolution of Heritage Party: Heritage calls on all Armenians to unite around Armenian statehood

    RESOLUTION OF THE “ZHARANGUTYUN” (HERITAGE) POLITICAL PARTY ON ARMENIAN NATIONHOOD AND THE NATIONAL INTEREST OF THE ARMENIAN PEOPLE IN THE REGION The developments (Ukraine, Syria, Iraq) taking place in the region over the last 25 years following the collapse of the Soviet Union disclose the issues inherited from the beginning of the 20th century...

    How media outlets work during war
    Apr07

    How media outlets work during war

    Journalism and propaganda are different things. Propaganda tries at all price to sell this or that product or idea to the readers, audience, users, very often not refraining from cheating or humiliating its opponents. Journalism presents facts and opinions the way they are given by the initial sources. Another question-during the time, when the...

    Statement of the NKR Government
    Apr05

    Statement of the NKR Government

    In this hard situation for Artsakh, thousands of fellow Armenians apply to the Government of Artsakh Republic, expressing their readiness for support and assistance. In connection with this, the Government of Artsakh Republic formed an operative headquarters headed by the NKR Prime Minister for confronting rear and engineer activities with the...

    Levon Aronian is again 7th on FIDE April ranking list
    Apr01

    Levon Aronian is again 7th on FIDE April ranking list

    Armenian chess player Levon Aronian has retained 7th position in the newly published FIDE April ranking list. World Champion Magnus Carlsen is leading the list of the Standard Top 100 Men Players. Sergej Karjakin, who made an impressive performance at the Moscow Candidates Tournament, is 8th on the list. Armenia’s Gabriel Sargisyan, Sergei...

    Europeans what to decide who joins the EU
    Mar31

    Europeans what to decide who joins the EU

    According to Sputnik.Polls, the majority of Italians (66%), Germans (63%) and the French (63%) want to be involved in decisions regarding the conclusion of EU association agreements with other countries through national referendums. The survey was conducted by the opinion poll companies Populus and Ifop for Sputnik News Agency and Radio. A...

    Putin Praises Obama’s Leadership in Syria
    Mar25

    Putin Praises Obama’s Leadership in Syria

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian President Vladimir Putin say that cooperation between the two countries has been instrumental in achieving an unexpectedly successful cessation of hostilities in war-torn Syria. After an exhaustive discussion session with US Secretary of State John Kerry that lasted four hours on Thursday, Russian...

    John Kerry says Russian court delivered unfair verdict in Ukraine pilot trial
    Mar23

    John Kerry says Russian court delivered unfair verdict in Ukraine pilot trial

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Moscow discuss the crisis situations in Ukraine and Syria with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the Kremlin. They are also likely to discuss Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels, which Secretary Kerry called an assault against the Belgian people and against the very...

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings

    A Russian court has found Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko guilty of murder, according to Russian news agencies, as a controversial trial in the south of the country drew to a close. One of the panel of three judges began reading the verdict in the case, which has caused an international outcry, on Monday morning. The full reading was expected...

    Donetsk court to announce verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko
    Mar21

    Donetsk court to announce verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko

    A court in Donetsk City will announce on Monday the verdict for former Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, accused of participating in the murder of Russian journalists in war-torn eastern Ukraine. The judge who began reading the verdict this morning said in his opening speech that Savchenko, who served in a volunteer Ukrainian battalion at the...

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