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Above the Earth

Where Armenian pilots and controllers study

November 4, 2016
Above the Earth
A mature aviation system gives a country a possibility of uninterrupted connection with the different parts of the world. However, we should not forget that besides ensuring communication with the other countries, aviation has great military and strategic importance. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Armenian aviation suffered a sharp decline, leaving experienced pilots unemployed and forcing some of them to look for a job abroad.

Big aspirations and infinite possibilities

Tennis players with disabilities

December 16, 2016
Big aspirations and infinite possibilities
On October 29-30, 2016, Armenia’s Abovyan town hosted a table tennis tournament for people with disabilities dated to the 12th anniversary of Voghji NGO. 7 teams from Yerevan, provinces and Artsakh participated in the event PAN attended and photographed.

Piece of Iran in Yerevan

Shahid Fahmideh school

November 25, 2016
Piece of Iran in Yerevan
The relations between Armenia and Iran count thousands of years, although they had not always been friendly. After the Republic of Armenia regained independence, the two states engaged in close cooperation, strengthening economic and cultural ties. As result of this cooperation, Shahid Fahmideh school opened at the Iranian embassy in Yerevan over 20 years ago. PAN visited the school and talked to principal Afshin Mahmoudvandi, while PAN Photo took the photographs of the educational institution.

Azeri attack or pilot’s fault?

The crash of Armenian Yak-40

March 24, 2017
Azeri attack or pilot’s fault?
On August 1, 1990, a civil aircraft en route from Yerevan to Stepanakert crashed, killing the crew and all passengers onboard. According to the official narrative, the plane plunged due to the mistakes made by the pilots and controllers; however, the possibility of an Azerbaijani attack was much spoken about at that time. The truth never got through.

Unique Armenian polyfoil

Teghenyats monastery

February 8, 2017
Unique Armenian polyfoil
Teghenyats monastery is located just 40 km away from Yerevan in a forested fold of the Tsaghkunyats mountain range not far from Buzhakan village of Armenia’s Kotayk province. PanARMENIAN.Net talked about this impressive medieval monument to Gagik Sargsyan, the director of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography at the RA Academy of Sciences, while PAN Photo took the photographs.

385 million children in poverty

UNICEF and WB analysis

October 5, 2016
385 million children in poverty
Children are more than twice as likely as adults to live in extreme poverty, according to a new analysis from the World Bank Group and UNICEF. Ending Extreme Poverty: A Focus on Children finds that in 19.5 per cent of children in developing countries were living in households that survived on an average of US$1.90 a day or less per person, compared to just 9.2 per cent of adults. Globally, almost 385 million children were living in extreme poverty.

Gonorrhea becoming resistant to all antibiotics

New guidelines for STIs treatment

September 24, 2016
Gonorrhea becoming resistant to all antibiotics
New guidelines for the treatment of 3 common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have been issued by World Health Organization (WHO) in summer 2016 in response to the growing threat of antibiotic resistance.

Dead man’s chest

Necropolis treasures in Armenian village

September 29, 2016
Dead man’s chest
Excavations in village of Karashamb started in 1987. Since then, about 800 graves containing jewels, weapons, pottery and china items have been discovered. The findings shed light not only on the funeral practice of the ancient times but also on the way of life of that civilization.

Stone that conquers time

Armenian tuff as key national building material

August 24, 2016
Stone that conquers time
Armenia possesses about 90% of the world’s tuff resources. Besides, there are some deposits in Italy (near Rome and Naples), Turkey and Iran.

Why Jehovah’s Witnesses refuse army service

Facts and lies

August 19, 2016
Why Jehovah’s Witnesses refuse army service
The issues of arming, strengthening and replenishing the Armenian army have again aroused after the April escalation of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, making the refusal from army service by members of various religious groups a very acute problem.