Armenia and world:

Armenian Middle East communities are on the verge of extermination

Although there is no Armenian community in Tunisia and Libya, it is much more abundant in Syria than in Egypt or Iraq, let alone Lebanon.

December 6, 2011
Elections in Egypt may seriously complicate the lives of Christians in the country, including Armenians. The success of the Salafist party Al-Nur has raised fears of Copts, who fear that with Islamists coming to power, their lives would be worse than under overthrown Hosni Mubarak. And though many call the former leader of Egypt a dictator, he, at least, did not persecute Christians. If Islamists win a majority in Egyptian parliament, the Christian population of the country, namely Copts and Armenians, will have to engage in mass emigration.

Serzh Sargsyan tightens the screws ahead of elections

What we have to do is to wait for the events that will inevitably follow and reveal the true reasons behind the resignations.

November 26, 2011
Serzh Sargsyan tightens the screws ahead of elections
The stir created by the recent 'parade' of resignations in Armenia seems to wane to be replaced by a sober analysis of the situation.

Armenian banks to conservative in 2012

Samvel Chazmachyan is sure that the level of liquidity of the Armenian banking system will allow it firmly resist the recession.

November 12, 2011
Russian economic Nikolai Kondratiev, known for his analysis and theory of business cycles, predicted the global financial crisis back in 1920s. The current situation, according to Kondratiev, is the “winter of economy”, which can last for some 20 years.

Armenian football fans got a dream named EURO 2012

Vardan Minasyan achieved one of the most important goals – he formed a squad, who show a real team play in the ground.

September 10, 2011
Armenian football fans got a dream named EURO 2012
For the first time in its history, the Armenian national team has a real chance to fight through to the final stage of the European Championship.

Sevan beach season 2011

This year, authorities decided to respect the ordinary people's right to spend their weekends on the shore of “Armenian sea” - Lake Sevan.

June 16, 2011
Sevan beach season 2011
Primarily, it was planned to open the beach season on June 15-16, regardless of the weather. However, it turned out that the season will open by July 1. Closure date is not known yet. Meanwhile, meteorologists promise habitual hot summer in Armenia, within the norms.
IT & Telecom:

Employers and job seekers: how to find each other

Arpine Grigoryan։ each job seeker should understand why to apply for this “x” job in this “x” company but not for “y” job in “y” company.

April 26, 2011
The number of Armenian websites which post job announcements is growing each year. But are they flexible and useful for both employer and employee? PanARMENIAN.Net reporter tried to find the answer to this question.

Almost all museums in Yerevan lack funds and attention

Local residents almost ceased going to museums, with exception for schoolchildren and students.

March 3, 2011
Almost all museums in Yerevan lack funds and attention
There are over 30 museums in Yerevan, most of them being under guardianship of the Armenian Ministry of Culture and National Academy of Sciences and almost all of them lacking funds and attention. Low salaries force employees quit.