Nagorno Karabakh: The silent war next door

Nagorno-Karabakh has been in dispute since the 1991 Soviet Union collapse with tens of thousands killed in fighting.

Nagorno Karabakh:  The silent war next door


'Syrian refugees improve Armenia's social fabric'

A new initiative celebrates Syrian refugees' positive impact in the South Caucasian nation's mono-ethnic society.

'Syrian refugees improve Armenia's social fabric'


The forgotten survivors of the Gyumri earthquake

With the highest poverty rates, many of the city's inhabitants are still struggling to make ends meet.

The forgotten survivors of the Gyumri earthquake


Azerbaijan strikes Armenian air defence system

Separatists in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region vow to retaliate after Azerbaijan destroys air defence missile system.

Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan hits Armenia defence unit


'Vote-buying' witnessed in Armenia elections

European observers also report 'pressure on civil servants' in elections won by President Serzh Sarksyan.

Armenia elections tainted by vote-buying: OSCE monitors


Armenia's ruling party leads elections: exit poll

Projection has Republican Party backed by President Sarkisian at 46 percent, with closest follower at 25 percent.


Polls open in Armenia parliamentary elections

Voting in landmark legislative poll begins in first election since the adoption of constitutional reforms.

Republican Party and Prosperous Armenia 'in close race'

War & Conflict

Separatists return bodies of soldiers to Azerbaijan

Government and rebels trade accusations after deadly clashes amid fresh tension over control of Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Rebels return bodies of soldiers to Azerbaijan

rebel education

After School: Where Art Meets Technology

Armenian students explore the intersection between art and technology to develop skills not taught in other classrooms.

People & Power

Armenia: Divided Within?

Could a faltering economy, corruption and public disaffection over its relationship with Russia lead to an uprising?

Al Jazeera World

Armenia: Life in a Suitcase

A look at the poignant stories of two Armenian women in Turkey, trying to support their families far from home.


Armenian PM resigns after anger over hostage crisis

Hovik Abrahamyan steps down after two years following series of protests and a sharp economic downturn.

Armenia: Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan resigns


Two-week standoff ends in Armenia as gunmen surrender

Security forces say hostage-takers laid down their arms after two weeks of calling for freedom of opposition leader.

Inside Story

Can tension in Armenia be contained?

An armed siege in the capital, Yerevan, has led to protests calling for President Serzh Sarkisian to step down.


Policeman shot dead as Armenia hostage drama continues

Officer shot dead in Yerevan during a stand-off with an armed group holding hostages in a police station.

Armenia hostage standoff: Police officer shot dead