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Armenia may not have a sea, but the Yerevan city government was once proud to say that, like many developed cities in the world, it did have a dolphinarium...To the cheers (and jeers) of environmentalists, the Ukrainian company that ran the
Investigators of a brutal Yerevan murder that sparked a popular outcry against Armenia's oligarchs have reduced the incident to merely an argument over fashion sense gone badly wrong. As Armenian police tell it, the June 29 death of military doctor
A recently-sacked Armenian police general was arrested on Thursday on charges of murder cover-up that could land him in prison for up to six years. Major-General Hovannes Tamamian, the controversial head of the Directorate General of Criminal
President Serzh Sarkisian has expressed outrage at what Armenian prosecutors call a murder cover-up that led to the sacking of two high-ranking police officials. Sarkisian cited the case as he criticized the Armenian police and pledged to crack down
Armenia's leading environment protection groups expressed serious concern on Monday over the possible launch of another large-scale mining project, which they said would not only destroy more green spaces but also pollute a major Armenian town.