Opposition MP Attacked in Yerevan

Armenia -- ANC deputy Aram Manukian attacked in Yerevan, 11Dec2014

Armenia — ANC deputy Aram Manukian avoids speaking to journalists shortly after he was attacked next to his appartment in central Yerevan, 11Dec2014

One of the leaders of the opposition Armenian National Congress (HAK) party has been attacked in Yerevan by an unknown assailant. Continue reading

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Disgrace: Armenia’s Independence Gets only 7 Supporters in 131 Seat Parliament

Armenia - The results of Armenian parliament vote on the ratification of an accession treaty with the Eurasian Economic Union shown on a screen, Yerevan, 4Dec2014.

Armenia – The results of Armenian parliament vote on the ratification of an accession treaty with the Eurasian Economic Union shown on a screen, Yerevan, 4Dec2014.

The Armenian parliament ratified on Thursday Armenia’s controversial accession treaty with the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union. Continue reading

Kiev’s Maydan — the winner takes it all…

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There are fresh flowers, Ukraine flags and photos of fallen heroes near every tree and step on the Alley of Glory leading to Kiev’s Maydan Nezalezhnosti from Khreschatiki metro station. Ukraine remembers those who died in Maydan fighting for their political beliefs, and yet, Kiev looks like it is tired of politics. Continue reading

Pro-independence protesters jailed on ‘hooliganism’ charges

Armenia - Activist Shant Harutiunian and his 15-year-old son Shahen stand trial on what they consider politically motivated charges, Yerevan, 15Sep2014.

Armenia – Activist Shant Harutiunian and his 15-year-old son Shahen stand trial on what they consider politically motivated charges, Yerevan, 15Sep2014.

A court in Yerevan issued harsh sentences to a group of activists along with their leader, Shant Harutyunian, who were arrested on November 5 last year, as they clashed with the riot police blocking their march towards the Presidential palace under a ‘revolution’ banner. Continue reading