9 January, 2020 21:01 Sergei Parajanov: Remembering a Great Artist Sergei Parajanov was born 96 years ago on January 9, 1924, in Tbilisi (then-Tiflis), Georgia.

The Armenian film director and artist is well known for his "The Color of Pomegranates", which tells the story of the Armenian poet, Sayat-Nova.

Parajanov was imprisoned by Soviet authorities for his avant-garde and subversive work.
9 January, 2020 14:29 Stuck in Georgia with an Expired Armenian Passport 67-year-old Aram Darakjian has been living illegally in Georgia and cannot return to Armenia, this is due to his passport expiring whilst in Georgia and there being no legal way to restore his Armenian Citizenship. Aram has been stranded in Georgia for more than four years. 9 January, 2020 11:22 2019 Ends as Most Peaceful Year in 25 Years of Ceasefire Four Armenian and an estimated nine Azerbaijani servicemen died in hostile fire incidents throughout 2019, making the year the most peaceful since the May 1994 cease-fire. 9 January, 2020 10:49 Armenian Prime Minister's Spokesperson Steps Down Karapetyan made the announcement in a Facebook post that read, “I will no longer be fulfilling my duties as the prime minister’s spokesperson. This one year of working at the Office of the Prime Minister was a great experience. As promised prior to my assignment, I worked wholeheartedly and with dedication.” 9 January, 2020 04:32 Armenia’s Prime Minister Says Iran-US Situation Is Worrying for the Caucasus Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated that developments between Iran and the United States are worrying for the region.

Tensions between the United States and Iran escalated after a US air raid on January 3 killed Qassem Soleimani, head of Iran's elite Quds Force, and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, deputy commander of Iran-backed militias known as the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF).
8 January, 2020 20:00 Explaining Sassoun Descendants’ Electoral Support for ARF David Gomtsyan from Higher School of Economics (Russia) talks about his academic paper with CivilNet host interviewer Aleksandr Grigoryan from American University of Armenia.
8 January, 2020 16:40 Armenia’s Population Numbers Hit Lowest Levels Since 1990s According to the Statistical Committee of Armenia, as of January 1, 2019, Armenia’s permanent population is 2,965,300. This is a 550,000 drop compared to the figures around Independence, three decades ago.

6 January, 2020 19:30 Dastakert: The Armenian Ghost Town Dastarkert is one of the smallest cities in Armenia, located in Syunik Province in the southern part of the country. It once served as the resting place for monks from Tatev monastery. Dastarkert is known for its copper and molybdenum minerals. But, as the Soviet Union began to collapse in the late 1980s, the town's factories began to close leading to a mass emigration that nearly emptied the town. 30 December, 2019 11:22 Most Read and Demanded, From Yerevan’s Bookstores “From the moment the customer walks through the door, I already know what type of book he will ask for,” says Mary Poghosyan, the saleswoman at Bookinist, a bookstore in Yerevan. From international bestsellers translated into Armenian, to books about esotericism, 2019 was full of various books that sparked the imagination of the Armenian reader.

29 December, 2019 19:49 The Bittersweet Taste of New Year in Garnahovit CivilNet’s crew traveled to the village of Garnahovit, blanketed in snow during the winter The village is located at 2150 (7,000 ft.) meters above sea level, near Mount Aragats, the highest peak in Armenia
Despite the natural beauty of the region, for the residents of Garnahovit, New Year is synonymous with financial anxieties due to high rates of unemployment and harsh living conditions To ensure a joyful season for their children, parents have to borrow from the banks or rely on remittances from relatives abroad
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27 December, 2019 15:56 Hrayr Tovmasyan, Head of Armenian Constitutional Court Charged with Abuse of Power Hrayr Tovmasyan, President of the Armenian Constitutional Court was interrogated today by the Special Investigation Service (SIS) of Armenia according to his lawyer, Amram Makinyan.

27 December, 2019 15:46 Yerevan’s Festive Christmas Market Delights Locals and Tourists The annual pop-up market lining one of Yerevan’s central parks just off Republic Square has been a big hit, bringing Christmas cheer to people of all ages.