6 February, 2019 18:19 Armenian Women and Technologies, an Improving Sector In Armenia, the number of women working in the Information Technology sector is higher than the worldwide average. According to official statistics, only 20% of IT jobs are held by women in the world. In Armenia, women have 32% of jobs in the IT sector.

We met with Nune, Nare, Iskuhi and Ani, all four are programmers for IT companies and passionate about their job.
5 February, 2019 08:19 Serzh Sargsyan Questioned by Authorities Armenia’s ex-President Serzh Sargsyan was questioned by the Armenian Special Investigative Service (SIS) for several hours on February 1, according to ArmTimes news site.
4 February, 2019 19:26 Educational Reform in Armenia Aram Pakhchanian is the head of Ayb School, an educational project in the non-governmental sector of Armenia. The school’s philosophy is anchored on freedom and creativity.

CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan talks with Aram Pakhchanian about education in Armenia and the necessary reforms that should be made in a country that still suffers from traces of a Soviet past in its institutions.
2 February, 2019 04:45 Merkel: Actions Not Just Words Needed from Armenia and Azerbaijan German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke at a joint news conference with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Berlin on February 1. 1 փետրվար, 2019 17:45 Le savoir comme force géopolitique en Arménie Frédéric Encel est professeur en Relations internationales et sciences politiques à la PSB Paris School of Business, ainsi que maître de conférences à Sciences Po Paris.
Il est spécialisé dans le conflit israélo-palestinien et a mené de nombreuses recherches sur le Printemps arabe.

Frédéric Encel a discuté avec Ani Paitjan, dans le studio de CivilNet, de la valorisation du savoir comme force géopolitique en Arménie.
1 February, 2019 04:39 Armenia’s Foreign Minister on His Meeting with Azerbaijani Counterpart Armenia’s Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan answered reporters’ questions about his January 16 meeting with Azerbaijani Foreign Minister, Elmar Mammadyarov. The press briefing took place at Yerablur, a military cemetery located on a hilltop in the outskirts of Yerevan, Armenia. 1 February, 2019 03:53 IT Sector Will Revolutionize Armenia’s Economy, Pashinyan Says “Information technology was one of the keys to the success of the Armenian Velvet Revolution,” said Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan during a meeting with professors and students of the Technical University of Cologne, Germany. 1 փետրվար, 2019 03:09 "Territories for Peace" Won’t Be Discussed, says Pashinyan In a briefing with reporters on January 30, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan responded to the question of whether the "territories for peace" concept was being discussed in regards to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict. 1 February, 2019 00:23 Europe: Armenia Must Improve Human Rights The Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, published a report about her visit to Armenia in September 2018. The report focuses on women’s rights, gender equality and domestic violence; the human rights of disadvantaged or vulnerable groups; and accountability for past human rights violations. 30 January, 2019 00:49 Yerevan to Get Two New Subway Stations And a Ropeway Armenia’s capital of Yerevan will see the construction of two new subway stations, said chief architect of Yerevan, Arthur Meschian. 27 January, 2019 23:10 Istanbul’s Aras Voted Best Publishing House of the Year Aras Publishing House in Istanbul, Turkey was selected as the Publishing House of the Year by Dünya Newspaper Books Magazine.

Founded in 1993, Aras is the only publishing house in the country that publishes books in Armenian and Turkish. It was created as a means of bridging the cultural legacy of Turkey’s Armenians to that of future generations.
26 January, 2019 00:11 Armenia’s Government to Subsidize Cost of Cancer Surgeries By Ani Paitjan
Armenia’s government will be subsidizing the cost of surgeries for patients with malignant diseases
The government revised its 2019 state budget to allocate $1,450,000 to oncological services, in addition to the $2 million that was allocated last year
Cancer is the second highest cause of death in Armenia, following heart disease
“We came to the conclusion that we should mitigate the burden on the citizens, and we are talking about cofinancing,” stated Armenia’s Minister of Health Arsen Torosyan during a press conference on January 23 “Most of this money will be spent to deduct patient cost”
According to Torosyan, the state previously provided very little aid for oncological surgeries The majority of expenses were covered by the patients
Armenia has recorded a roughly 78 percent increase in oncological diseases in the past two decades But for the past three years, however, the numbers remain stable
According to the Ministry’s statistics