Latest Regional and World News in Armenia

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Latest World and Regional News in Armenia - Hayastani Hanrapetutyun
The daily Hayastani Hanrapetutyun has referred to the decision of the Armenian government, according to which the first free economic zone is to be formed in Armenia.
Latest World and Regional News in Armenia - Oratert - out of circulation
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Latest World and Regional News in Armenia - Newspaper Yerkir
Yerkir is the official newspaper of the Supreme Body of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF).
The first issue of Yerkir was published on August 27, 1991 in Yerevan. Since April 2002 it is also published in Beirut, Lebanon, in traditional Armenian orthography.
Yerkir is distributed in the CIS countries, as well as to the Armenian diaspora. Many large libraries of the world[which?] carry the collections of the paper. The main objective of the paper is to cover the political, economic, educational, cultural and sport events on basis of impartiality and, when necessary, comment on these events.
The online edition carries articles in English, Russian and Armenian.
Latest World and Regional News in Armenia - Newspaper Azg
Azg is a daily newspaper published in Yerevan, Armenia since 1991. Azg was prominent during the 1990s. Published by the Liberal Democratic Party of Armenia (Ramkavar-Azatakan), funded by the Armenian diaspora party ADL, its circulation regularly exceeded 30,000 in 1993, which increased to 42,000 the following year. According to Edik Baghdasaryan, Azg served as “a good school for many journalists” during this period. In 1996, the newspaper was temporarily suspended by the government of Levon Ter-Petrosyan. Its office was ransacked, and editors and journalists were beaten. Ownership of the newspaper was transferred to a newly divided pro-government branch of the Ramkavar Party called the Ramgavar-Azatakan Party Mission (MRAP), which was formed after a split in the ranks of the opposition Ramgavar-Azatakan Party. The founders of “Azg”, who also own and publish the newspaper, consequently found themselves completely cut off from the paper. In addition, the Ministry ordered the state-owned printing house Parberakan to stop printing Azg until told otherwise. On April 27, 1996, Parberakan printed a new eight-page newspaper, with the Azg name and logo, but without the participation of the Azg editors, who disassociated themselves from the recent version. After Ter-Petrosyan’s resignation as president, the paper endorsed Robert Kocharyan, who became president in 1998. In 1999, it was described as the “most authoritative newspaper” in Armenia. Since 1999, Azg has been available online at various times in six languages: Armenian, Russian, English, Turkish, Arabic and Persian. Azg also published a periodical cultural supplement called Azg-Mshaguyt (Armenian Ազգ-Մշակույթ). from Wikipedia.
Latest World and Regional News in Armenia - Newspaper Aravot
Daily Newspapers Aravot (Առավոտ, “Morning”), published since 1994, liberal, independent.

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