| 30.06.15 | 13:53
Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan does not exclude that the rise in tensions at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border is conditioned by the end of the first European Games that were held in Baku on June 12-28.
Two groups of activists continuing protests in downtown Yerevan against rising electricity prices issued identical demands to the government, but remained in different locations on Monday.
| 30.06.15 | 10:26
The opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) believes that President Serzh Sargsyan and his administration try to mislead the public with their plan concerning the electricity price hike.
| 29.06.15 | 15:58
The seventh night of protest on Baghramyan passed peacefully, following some tense hours when it seemed police might move in and disperse the crowd that gathered there in continued demonstration against a proposed electricity rate hike.
As of Monday noon there was no music and dances in Baghramyan Avenue anymore. Mistrust and suspiciousness towards people around have come to replace the cheerful mood that reigned in previous day. Instead, people were actively analyzing the current situation with each other.