The man claims authorities are demanding he confess to being an ‘extremists’ over a video he shared on social network VKontakte.
A new report by the Council of Europe said the institutions were plagued by a ‘generalised culture of violence’ among their staff.
While the government is taking steps to help people with disabilities into work, disability rights groups argue that much more needs to be done.
Some fear that suppressing the genuine opposition will lead to more radical forms of activism, which could be damaging for the state as a whole.
Despite a rise in the awareness of women’s rights, a lack of women decision-makers is standing in the way of legal changes.
Farmers in Armenia still use pesticides banned in the country 30 years ago and stashed in basements, sheds, and Soviet–era warehouses ever since.
Этот пост доступен на языках: РусскийTwo years on from the April 2016 war, which caused the deaths of hundreds and a loss of territory, Nagorno-Karabakh’s […]
Explosions and gunfire could be heard in the village of Panik as a Russian military column drove through the village.
Emin Aslan, who was recently released from administrative detention, was informed at the airport that he was subject to a travel ban.
Miners in Tkibuli demanded the administration of the company that owns the mines step down but insisted that operations should continue.
The nephew of former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan is accused of attacking a rival businessperson.