| 11.03.11 | 13:15
While the Armenian capital Yerevan is enjoying more or less spring-warm weather, the second city Giumri remains in the realm of winter...
| 09.03.11 | 17:11
Armenia again honored its greatest natural resource, celebrating International Women’s Day – a national holiday – March 8.
| 04.03.11 | 16:32
The art exhibition dedicated to International Women’s Day (March 8) was opened today in Yerevan, in the UN House.
| 03.03.11 | 16:32
The Armenian Apostolic Church celebrated St. Vardanants Day today, March 3, devoted to General Vardan Mamikonyan (and 1,036 of his fallen comrades-in-arms), who led the Armenian army against Persian invaders and died during the famous battle of Avarayr in the 5th century. Celebrations this year were limited to church liturgy only.
| 02.03.11 | 16:41
The first two calendar days of spring in Yerevan have been marked by nice, but sunny-to-cloudy changeable weather, typical of “crazy” March.
| 01.03.11 | 19:48
Hundreds of candles were lit today at Myasnikyan monument (the main site of the tragic events) in memory of the victims of March 1, 2008 clashes between civilians and law-enforcement bodies. The initiative belongs to the People's Party leader Tigran Karapetyan.
| 28.02.11 | 11:58
A gaffe in protocol was caught by photographers in St. Petersburg Friday, as the Armenian president sat before the Russian flag, and vice versa. Russian President Dimitry Medvedev quickly asserted that the symbolic mis-seating “demonstrates the strategic nature of our relations”.
| 25.02.11 | 17:30
Men in black, flowers in colors.