Stories about Armenia from May, 2007
The Armenian blogosphere is full of speculations about the seven regions in Azerbaijan currently under the control of Armenian and Karabakh forces, which are referred to as the “Liberated Territories”...
Notes from Hairenik discusses the incredible power of seals on documents in Armenia.
Oneworld Multimedia discusses the status of negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia over a peace agreement regarding the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Joshua Kucera has photos from a Yerevan market that he calls “the best flea market in the world.”
Onnik Krikorian has a post-election Armenian Parliamentary Election Monitor focusing on those who are contesting the outcome of the vote.
Onnik Krikorian posts photos from the day of Armenia's parliamentary election and the day after the vote.
Nazarian discusses the most recent case of police brutality in Armenia, a case which the blogger says underlines the shortcomings of Armenia's government.
Zarchka also observed the Armenian parliamentary vote and reports on her blog.
Nareg of Life in Armenia reports on being an observer for this weekend's parliamentary vote in Armenia.
Armenians voted for a new parliament over the weekend. Onnik Krikorian assesses the elections, agreeing with international observers that they are better than past votes, but that there is still...
With less than two days before the vote, Onnik Krikorian rounds up news on Armenia's parliamentary election campaign.
Bloggers were faster then most media covering the violent events of yesterday. Unzipped, Narjan (am), Aramazd (am) here (am), here (am) and here (am), HyeBlog (ru), E-channel blog (am), A1plus...
Notes From Hareinik marks the 15th anniversary of Armenia's capture of Shushi during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Notes From Hareinik and Oneworld Multimedia report from the Armenian election campaign trail on a Prosperous Armenia party rally.
Onnik Krikorian reports that thousands have again rallied in support of the opposition Orinats Yerkir party.
“Less then a week to go” for the elections, says Onnik Krikoryan finding himself sitting in a restaurant with other foreign journalists, “Nobody is expecting post-election street protests to achieve...