Young opposition activists campagning for Pashinian severely beaten

Opposition activists beaten and taken to hospital with varying degrees of injuries, Photo via A1+

A group of young opposition activists campaigning on behalf of jailed editor Nikol Pashinian who is running for the Armenian Parliament in a January by-election, were severely beaten and taken to hospital with varying degrees of injuries. Continue reading “Young opposition activists campagning for Pashinian severely beaten”

The Orange HR Mail story

I received a strange email message from the HR Team of Orange Armenia yesterday, which claimed, that I have applied to Orange Armenia for a job and they have put my CV in their database. I responded by saying, that I’ve never applied to Orange Armenia for a job and demanded them to delete the corresponding record in their database,  because otherwise I would consider it a violation of my privacy. UPDATED
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Blogging Karabakh, or Observer’s Top 9 list of Karabakh blogs

Monument "We Are Our Mountains", widely recognized as a symbol of Nagorno-Karabakh

I’ve been only able to draw a Top 9 list of blogs from Karabakh, because there are only 9 blogs from Karabakh that I know of currently and will greatly appreciate links to any other blogs from Karbakh out there.
Meanwhile, meet these guys (thanks to Kornelij for listing them). A common feature of all – Russian language.
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Recommendations of Armenian parliamentary committee provide ‘a comprehensive although not complete’ response to March 2008 crisis


Strasbourg, 22.12.2009 – The  recommendations of the ad hoc Committee of the National Assembly of Armenia into the events of 1 and 2 March 2008 provide “a comprehensive, although not complete” response to the political crisis, according to an information note by the co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Armenia of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) made public this week.
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