Latest in Tag: Armenia Highlight
Latest in Tag: Armenia
Resignation demand comes after months of protests against Pashinyan due to disastrous handling of 6-week conflict between Azerbaijan, ethnic Armenian forces
Armenia has contacted several friendly countries, including Egypt, to unite efforts and stop senseless bloodshed from both sides, says Ambassador Karen Grigorian
Moscow is aware of reports of ceasefire violations in Nagorno-Karabakh, and hopes both sides of conflict will abide by agreements, says Georgiy Borisenko
Temporary ceasefire starting Saturday aims to allow warring parties to exchange prisoners and bodies
Azerbaijani and Armenian forces have resumed fighting in major escalation of decades-old conflict
Armenian Defense Ministry said Tuesday that it has shot down another two helicopters of Azerbaijan during the ongoing fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Two sides exchanged views on regional updates, including Libya, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestinian cause
Turkey threatens Armenia’s security by transferring mercenaries to Azerbaijan, says Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan during Egypt visit
Seven Azerbaijani servicemen, including two high-ranking officers were killed in Azerbaijan-Armenia border clashes
Armenian security forces have been negotiating with a group of armed men who seized a police station in Yerevan. The group is said to have links with an imprisoned opposition leader.
The Azeri town Tartar is on the border of the Nagorno-Karabagh region. Locals have witnessed decades of clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Many have been forced to flee. DW’s Seda Serdar went to learn more.
New markets in Asia, Europe recorded significant passenger numbers worldwide owing to recent income growth in these countries
Egyptian president held meetings with Armenian, Vietnamese, Russian and other heads of state during Moscow visit
Pope Tawadros II and a delegation of 70 Egyptians attended ceremony
ISIS is obsessed with the myth of the Mehdi, and is preparing for his reign, claim AUC professors
Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia, considered a terrorist group by Turkey, threatened to exercise “counter measures”