Owner of gay-friendly Yerevan bar bombed in 2012 wins case against government in EU court

  • Foreigners bought 140 homes in Armenia in March, according to the country’s Statistical Committee.
  • Anti-government protests continue for the third week in Yerevan.
  • The European Court of Human Rights has ruled against Armenia and in favour of the former co-owner of a queer-friendly bar in Yerevan that was bombed in 2012. Armine Oganezova, the co-owner, had appealed to the court, claiming that the Armenian government did not protect her from homophobicharassment campaigns or investigate the incident properly.