NEWS No justice for Diana

Diana Nahabedyan was killed by her husband in Armenia 3 years ago and the murder trial is ended. Murder suspect Volodya Muradyan is sentenced to 3 years and 6 months in prison, because of unjust provocation abatement.
NEWS UN’s call to Armenia and Azerbaijan

UN made a statement about the increasing clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia because of Karabakh question. UN urged both side to avoid actions that might intensify the tension.
NEWS “Clashes in Karabakh is for having a strong hand”

We talked to Tevan Poghosyan, an Armenian MP since 2012 and the former Washington representative of Karabakh (between 1997 and 1999), about the sources and possible results of Karabakh crisis between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
NEWS Debates after the referendum in Armenia

A referendum was held in Armenia on Sunday and people said ‘yes’ to constitutional amendments for transition to parliamentary system, but the debates still continue. Thinking that this amendment serves for Sargsyan’s maintaining his power, the opposition claims that there was an electoral fraud.
NEWS Why would an Armenian activist seek asylum in Azerbaijan?

In the past few days, a report that was covered as “shocking news” in Azerbaijan media occupied the agenda in Armenia. According to the report that was covered by almost all media organs of Azerbaijan, Martirosyan, an Armenian dissident activist, found asylum in Azerbaijan. When an insight was gained concerning this issue, it turned out that there are different reasons for Martirosyan’s asylum.
NEWS Reality and fiction together at the Armenia-Azerbaijan border

While the clashes at the Armenia-Azerbaijan border “really” increase, both countries began to conduct extensive military drills. Though the acts that are performed in the drill scenarios are fictional, the number of casualties from both sides is real.