Today, the European Commission is allocating an additional €5.5 million in humanitarian aid to support the Armenians displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh, the EU Delegation to Armenia said in a press release.
The Azerbaijani state policy of appropriation and destruction of Armenian historical and cultural heritage continues to grow exponentially in occupied Artsakh, Cultural Ombudsman of Hayk Hovik Avanesov warns.
The Great Lent starts in Armenia on February 12. It lasts seven weeks (48 days) and ends the day before the Feast of the Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Easter), Qahana.am reports.
In 2023, 660 oral, video, written messages, and phone calls were exchanged between the Armenians detained in Azerbaijan in relation to the conflict escalations and their relatives. This is noted in a statement on X, former Twitter, by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Armenia office.
The Armenian Apostolic Church marks the Feast of St. Vartan the Warrior and Companions on Thursday 8 February, Qahana.am reports.
A total of 1902 babies, including 962 boys and 840 girls, were born in Yerevan last week, Davit Karapetyan, the acting head of the Yerevan Municipality Health Department, revealed on Monday, Panorama.am reports.
One of the victims of the 25 September 2023 Stepanakert fuel depot explosion is still hospitalized in Yerevan, Healthcare Minister Anahit Avanesyan has said.
The authorities of Azerbaijan have extended the period of custody of Ruben Vardanyan, the former Minister of State of Nagorno-Karabakh.His imprisonment was extended for four months.
Azerbaijani forces have destroyed a memorial honoring fallen war heroes in Hakaku, a village in the Hadrut region of Azerbaijani-occupied Artsakh, the Artsakh Monument Watch reports.
The judicial farce being carried out by the Azerbaijani authorities continues against the captured elderly Armenian man, Vagif Khachatryan, a former resident of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The Cabinet approved on Thursday a new support program for the forcibly displaced persons of Nagorno-Karabakh aimed at creating employment opportunities for them.
Artsakh will never become a past for us. We will continue to cherish it in our hearts and souls, making every effort to protect the rights of Artsakh Armenians. Says the message of His Holiness Karekin II Catholicos of all Armenians on the Feast of Holy Nativity and Epiphany of Jesus Christ, news.am informs.
The Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin issued a statement on Friday condemning the violence against the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem and the local Armenian community.
On the eve of the Christmas holidays and further to its ongoing initiative to support Artsakh families sheltered in Shirak region, Ameriabank once again brought together partners around the idea of gifting Christmas Miracle for Artsakh children.
Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan has met with his Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in Yerevan.
A magnitude 4,6 earthquake that struck Iran on Saturday morning was felt in a number of settlements of the Armenian province of Syunik measured at 2-3, the interior ministry’s rescue service said in a statement.
A total of 218 people had died and 120 others were injured as a result of the explosion at a fuel depot in Artsakh capital of Stepanakert, the Investigative Committee of Armenia informed the Public Television, news.am informs.
CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov has arrived in Armenia.
The renowned first chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Luis Moreno Ocampo, on December 18, published his second report on the 2023 genocide of the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) people by Azerbaijan.
Documenting the history of the three Republics of Armenia for more than a century objectively highlights the unique opportunity of "Armenpress".
On October 26, within the framework of the Silk Road Forum in Tbilisi, Nikol Pashinyan presented the project “Crossroads of Peace”. According to him, unblocking communications in the region will not only lead to the establishment of peace in the South Caucasus, but will also turn Armenia into a crossroads of infrastructure projects.
The National Journal, one of the most cited newspapers in the US Congress, published an extensive interview with former Artsakh official Artak Beglaryan, within the framework of his and Artsakh Human Rights Acting Defender Gegham Stepanyan's recent visit to the US.