Stories about Armenia from December, 2005
Onnik Krikorian has more on localized Linux in the Caucasus, noting that open source software often ends up costing more in developing countries than does proprietary software because of piracy (with a nod to our very own Ethan Zuckerman).
Zarchka is a new contributor at Oneworld Multimedia, and her first post is on the money and work that goes into celebrating New Year's.
Glendale Chick encourages people to green light a video on the Armenian genocide submitted to appear on Current TV.
Onnik Krikorian reports that one of Armenia's ruling parties has admitted that the recent constitutional referendum was falsified.
Onnik Krikorian writes about developing the Armenian blogosphere and says he hopes 2006 will see the emergence of more Armenian blogs written by those with a stake in the country's future.
Onnik Krikorian has photos from one of the last remaining mosques in Kond (which is all that remains of 19th century Yerevan, a Muslim village at the time). After the last Muslim Azeris left in the 1920s, it has been used as housing by Armenians.
Onnik Krikorian reports on a hunger strike in Yerevan to protest the seizure and destruction of homes in the center of the city.
Onnik Krikorian reports on youth and the potential for an explosion of HIV infections in Armenia.
Onnik Krikorian has photos from a mobile concert in Yerevan to protest the destruction of green spaces in the capital.
Onnik Krikorian discusses the state of blogging in Armenia and how he came to be hooked on blogging.
Life as I see it carries an essay about the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region on the realities of a nonexistent (in a legal sense) country.
Onnik Krikorian reports on a documentary drawing attention to the trafficking of children from Armenia.
Blogrel marks the anniversary of the 1988 earthquake that killed 25,000 in northern Armenia.
Blogrel reports that Kazakhstan has expressed interest in mediating between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Martuni or Bust!!! reports on today's protests in Yerevan over the passage of constitutional amendments in last weekend's highly suspect referendum.
Notes from Hareinik has a lengthy discussion on Armenia and democracy in light of last weekend's constitutional referendum.