Stories about Armenia from January, 2006
“Snow in Tbilisi”, Hans Heiner Buhr Welcome to the first roundup of the Central Asian and Caucasian blogosphere, brought to you bi-weekly by neweurasia. We'll take you alphabetically through the countries: Armenia: Onnik Krikorian does a great job writing the first-ever roundups from the Armenian blogosphere. Himself a blogger over...
Onnik Krikorian has more notes from the Armenian blogosphere–a roundup of posts on Armenian blogs over the past week.
Notes from Hareinik has a report on the destruction of more of old Yerevan.
Christian Garbis reports that Armenia's free internet (limited to Armenian sites only) and email service, Freenet.am, is in danger of shutting down unless it finds new funding.
Onnik Krikorian rounds up the Armenian blogosphere.
Who Knew Armenians Could Rap?, a new blog on Armenian hip-hop, reports on the Armenian genocide in rap.
ArmYouth Blog discusses the meeting between the Armenian and Azeri foreign ministers and the proposed Nagorno-Karabakh settlement.
Both Zarchka and Onnik of Oneworld Multimedia has additional reports on the homeless in Yerevan.
Oneworld Multimedia reports on an Armenian oligarch's bid for power.
Oneworld Multimedia discusses homelessness and the fight for social justice in Armenia.
Oneworld Multimedia reports that, despite new regulations, the number of international adoptions has not decreased.
Blogrel has a surprising map showing the distribution of Armenian speakers. In Los Angeles…
Oneworld Multimedai has an update on bird flu in Armenia. Armenians are following developments closely and the government is preparing measures to deal with the possible threat.
At Cilicia, Alex writes that if Armenians’ aspirations to join the West are to be realized, regressive attitudes must be overcome.
Onnik Krikorian reports that Yerevan's homeless are freezing as the government takes its time renovating a shelter for them.
Onnik Krikorian writes on Armenian politics and the scandal that has rung in the new year.
Onnik Krikorian looks at what is in store for Armenia in 2006.