Armine Avetisyan is a print and broadcast journalist from Armenia who has covered social and political issues in the country since 2007. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA).
As soldiers on the frontline exchanged fire, artillery shells fell on the villages of Armenia’s Tavush Province.
When Armenia confirmed its first case of COVID-19, Naira Stepanyan, a doctor specialising in infectious diseases, was the first to treat him.
For some in Armenia, surrogacy represents the last chance to have a family — but for surrogate mothers it can be a difficult experience.
Despite many Indians coming to Armenia in search of a better life, racism and human trafficking also reveal the dark side of the ‘Armenian dream’.