The first of event of Armenian presidency in Council of Europe, dedicated to human rights for specialists of legal sphere will be held in Strasbourg since June 18 to June 19. During the two day lasting event attention will be paid to various aspects of this issue.
According to the Ministry of Finance of Georgia, as of May 31, 2013, Georgia's external debt and loans taken under government guarantees totaled $4.207 billion. From the year's start, the Georgian government's debt decreased by $149.5 million....
Iran's new president Hassan Rohani said that the sanctions against Iran are brutal....
Iran's president-elect Hassan Rohani said during his first press conference held on June 17 that his country plans to have good relations with all countries...
Vardan Sedrakian, a defendant in the ex-presidential candidate Paruyr Hayrikain attempted murder case, testified today in the court of general jurisdiction of Yerevan’s Kentron and Nork-Marash communities.
The President of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic Bako Sahakian received today Yuri Pirumian, the grandson of Daniel-Bek Pirumian, who was a famous Armenian commander and a hero of the Battle of Sardarapat.
"Today, not a single economic or political project in the region is implemented without Azerbaijan's participation, and with a sense of pride we can say that Azerbaijan is a leading country," head of the Political Analysis and Information Supply Department of the Administration of the President of Azerbaijan Elnur Aslanov said.
Turkey's government has said it could use the military to end nearly three weeks of unrest by protesters in Istanbul and other cities, reports Armenpress referring to BBC.
EU nations have reacted positively to the news of the election of a moderate candidate as Iran's next president, Deutsche Welle reported. They are hoping for a change in tone from Iran, particularly regarding its disputed nuclear program.
Georgian parliamentary delegation to get acquainted with experience of Estonian self-governance reformsThe parliamentary delegation of Georgia will pay an official visit to Estonia on June 17-19.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, arriving in Britain ahead of an international summit set to be dominated by disagreement over the U.S. decision to send weapons to Syria's rebels, said the West must not arm fighters who eat human flesh, according to Reuters.
People can sense a genuine smile before it even appears on a face, researchers say.