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Yerevan Mayor Taron Markarian received strong praise from President Serzh Sarkisian on Tuesday as he was inaugurated for a four-year term more than one month after the ruling Republican Party's victory in disputed municipal elections. Markarian, 35,
A senior Armenian law-enforcement official insisted on Wednesday that a regional governor notorious for violent conduct was not personally involved in a shootout outside his house that left one person dead and sparked calls for his prosecution.
Armenia staged a protest outside the Madenataran Tuesday, as Charles, the Price of Wales, who is on his first visit to Armenia toured the repository of ancient manuscripts. Holding banners that read, Environmentalist Charles, join the
President Serzh Sarkisian announced late on Thursday his decision to reappoint Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan and two other key ministers to his new cabinet that will be formed in the next few weeks. Acting in accordance with Armenia's constitution,
Armenia (AP) Several thousand protesters demonstrated near the Armenian presidential palace on Tuesday after Serge Sarkisian was sworn in for a second term. Sarkisian easily won February's election with nearly 59 percent of the vote. But American-
Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Russia's special relationship with Armenia and hailed his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian's convincing victory in last month's presidential election during their fresh meeting held near Moscow on Tuesday.
Revolutionary Federation Parliamentary bloc and Bureau member Vahan Hovanessian visited Raffi Hovannisian on Freedom Square Tuesday to express solidarity with the opposition leader, two days after the latter started a hunger strike. Vahan Hovanessian
While the Central Electoral Commission made its announcement last Monday on the bogus results of the February 18 presidential election in Armenia, the people on Yerevan's Freedom Square dictated the real outcome of the presidential elections. Acting
While Armenia is grappling with the fallout from the February 18 presidential voting and trying to accommodate a newly energized opposition, its two hostile neighbors, Azerbaijan and Turkey, are entangled in a feud with each other over the Armenian
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 | Posted by Contributor Serj Tankian (photo by Khatchig Mouradian, The Armenian Weekly) A day after President Serzh Sarkisian responded to his letter, artist and human rights activist Serj Tankian has, in turn,