Yerevan’s newly built Leningradian – Isahakian road was the scene of a summer sport event today, hosting motocross, biking races and sport car shows. Continue reading “Motocross, biking races and sport car show in Yerevan”
Google’s speech-to-text recognition added another 21 languages on Monday, bringing the number of supported languages to 119. Armenians will be happy to know, that Armenian is among the newly added language options. Continue reading “Google Announces Support for Armenian Voice Recognition”
In the first half of the year 2,600 jobs were created in Armenia according to the Armenian Ministry of Economic Development and Investments. Continue reading “2,600 jobs created in Armenia in the first half the year”
One-Sided Prosecutions Year After Attacks on Protesters, Journalists
(Yerevan) – The Armenian government has failed to ensure full accountability for police violence against largely peaceful protesters and journalists a year ago, Human Rights Watch said today. At the same time the authorities have indicted at least 32 protesters, convicting 21 of them, with 11 sentenced to prison. Continue reading “Armenia: Limited Justice for Police Violence”
The passing year in Armenia was marked by civil unrest and major elections, which signal a transition of the country to a parliamentary system.