Armenian Traffic Police have wearable cameras and they're not afraid to use them

Armenian Traffic Police have wearable cameras and they're not afraid to use them

Armenian Traffic Police have been required to wear special surveillance cameras since June 2016. The cameras were introduced as part of the Government’s anti-corruption efforts [More info about cameras in this video]. A controversial incident on September 4th, which has caused a bit of uproar around the Armenian segment of the internet, has raised many questions about these cameras.

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Number of tourists set to grow in Armenia, tourism industry contributes 4% of GDP

We’re starting to see more tourists than usual in Armenia lately. Armenian authorities say they expect a 20% growth in the number of tourists visiting the country. And there seems to be much more stuff to do for them as well — fests, celebrations, ropeways and ziplines, concerts everywhere.

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Birthplaces of all Armenian Heads of State

A Reddit user has published this cool map, which illustrates where Armenian Heads of State (Prime Ministers of the 1st Republic and Presidents of the 3rd Republic) were born. Amazing to note that none of Armenia’s leaders was born in the territory of today’s Armenia. Below is the underlying data:

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Cows

I snapped this pic a couple of weeks ago. The cows were enjoying themselves on the shore of Lake Sevan. Somehow, the whole sight seemed incredibly peaceful to me, so I decided to share it with you.

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