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    Council of Europe Monitors Welcome “Courageous Decision of Prime Minister Sargsyan to Resign”
    Apr24

    Council of Europe Monitors Welcome “Courageous Decision of Prime Minister Sargsyan to Resign”

    The PACE co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Armenia, Giuseppe Galati (Italy, EPP/CD) and Yuliya Lovochkina (Ukraine, SOC), have issued the following statement regarding recent political developments in the country. …read more Source:...

    Yerevan: People “Occupy” Parekamutyun Metro Intersection
    Apr22

    Yerevan: People “Occupy” Parekamutyun Metro Intersection

    Hovsep Muradyan, who drives the #8 minivan route, joined the protesters on foot after leaving the vehicle parked in the middle of Kievyan Street. …read more Source:...

    Yerevan Protests: Truck Drivers Block Kievyan-Halabyan Intersection
    Apr20

    Yerevan Protests: Truck Drivers Block Kievyan-Halabyan Intersection

    Three large freight trucks are blocking Yerevan’s Halabyan-Kievan intersection, stopping all traffic, and causing tie-ups at the access to Haghtanak Bridge. …read more Source:...

    Russian Revolution, 100 Years On: Who Benefited, Who Lost?
    Nov08

    Russian Revolution, 100 Years On: Who Benefited, Who Lost?

    Historians still argue about the legacy of the Russian Revolution; described as “The Event that Changed the World”. But how is the revolution perceived today in the region which was most affected by it? We asked people in the streets of 5 post-Soviet capitals: Moscow, Kyiv, Yerevan, Tbilisi and Bishkek. …read more Source:...

    Yerevan’s Dvin Hotel: Armenia’s Honorary Consul to Crimea Wants to Build Casino
    Jul20

    Yerevan’s Dvin Hotel: Armenia’s Honorary Consul to Crimea Wants to Build Casino

    A section of Yerevan’s Soviet-era Dvin Hotel, now vacant for many years, will house a gambling casino if the new owners have their way. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Arrests 23 in ‘Biggest Ever’ Corruption Crackdown
    May25

    Ukraine Arrests 23 in ‘Biggest Ever’ Corruption Crackdown

    Ukrainian authorities Wednesday arrested 23 former high-ranking tax officials who are suspected of helping ex-President Viktor Yanukovych’s government to defraud the state of nearly US$ 4 billion. …read more Source:...

    Killing Pavel
    May11

    Killing Pavel

    Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet’s reporting had challenged authorities from Minsk to Moscow and Kyiv. In a murder that shocked the world, he was killed by a car bomb in the Ukrainian capital in July 2016. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Detains Two Top Officials in Uranium Corruption Probe
    Apr25

    Ukraine Detains Two Top Officials in Uranium Corruption Probe

    Ukrainian authorities detained an ex-MP and a state energy firm deputy chief for the embezzlement of US$ 17.3 million from selling uranium concentrate at inflated prices, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) said Friday. …read more Source:...

    Son of Armenia’s Ambassador to Ukraine Running for Parliament; Declares $2.3 Million in Cash
    Mar23

    Son of Armenia’s Ambassador to Ukraine Running for Parliament; Declares $2.3 Million in Cash

    Davit Manukyan, the 33-year-old son of Armenia’s Ambassador to Ukraine Andranik Manukyan, is running for a seat in Armenia’s parliament on the Tsarukyan Alliance ticket. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Top Tax Official on Trial for Corruption
    Mar07

    Ukraine: Top Tax Official on Trial for Corruption

    A Kiyv court began hearing motions Monday on a US$ 74 million embezzlement case involving Ukraine’s top tax official who spent the night on a stretcher in the courtroom because prosecutors thought he faked a heart attack. …read more Source:...

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