The Armenian Mamul.am website says the opposition television channel criticized Meydan.tv Azeri Azeris who deny the Armenian Genocide in 1915 in Ottoman Empire. Medyan.tv said were victims of genocide especially Armenians, Greeks and Assyrian-Chaldean.
The National Security Service of Armenia has confirmed the release of Deputy Police Chief of Armenia Vardan Yeghiazaryan and Deputy Chief of Police of Yerevan Valery Osipyan from the police patrol regiment that is still controlled by the gunmen, head of public relations of the NSS Armenia Samson Galstyan informed “Armenpress”....
At least 15 passengers died and 14 were injured after a bus overturned in northern Iran....
More than 2,000 Gulen-linked institutions have been shut down across Turkey following the bloody July 15 coup attempt, an official gazette revealed Saturday....
Information and Press Department of Russian MFA criticized the EU’s reaction to the events related to Yerevan standoff.
On July 21, Artsakh Defense Army held a battalion tactical exercise with combat shooting drills at “Tigranakert” training ground.
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev signed a verdict Wednesday to approve the protocol that the Turkish military has been allocated to manage buildings and structures in the country’s military town.
Double-decker trains will start operatiing from the next week. As Georgia’s governmental administration has informed IPN the presentation of the trains will be held at Batumi Central today attended by PM Giorgi Kvirikashvili and other officials.
Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi will visit Russia the next week, IRNA reported.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday in Moscow, presumably to focus on the Syria and Ukraine crises, reports TASS.
Federica Mogherini concerned over Turkey’s state of Emergency saying human rights must not be tarnishedEU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Thursday that Turkey should not be using democratic institutions to undercut human rights following a failed coup, Reuters says.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko stated that if a group of people tries to take to the streets and start disorders, “the authorities will respond immediately”.