The Armenian government has decided to initiate a visa-free regime for US citizens.
ONEArmenia has launched its newest crowdfunding campaign, this time for lab equipment that will enable mining communities in Armenia to detect toxic pollution in their soil, and water, and identify lead contamination in children’s blood.
In November, volunteers from the Armenian Volunteer Corps joined ATP in the village of Nor Kharberd, just outside of Yerevan, to plant 100 poplars, 70 evergreens, and 80 fruit trees.
Armenia Tree Project's latest short film about recycling was made for Diasporan kids and soon will be shown in the Armenian schools of the USA.
USAID/EDMC is a five-year project that aims to ensure sustainable economic growth in Armenia through supporting the development of small and medium-sized enterprises
Tumo Center for Creative Technologies is launching a summer camp open to all young people between the ages of 12 and 18.
Parliament of MERCOSUR - Southern Common Market recognized the Armenian Genocide.
On January 10, 2008, Arthur Chilingarov was awarded the title Hero of the Russian Federation.
Yerevan has acquired its own Jazz Star’s Alley.
India’s Ashok Leyland Company will manufacture medium and small buses in Armenia in accordance with an agreement between the RA Ministry of Transport and Communication and the Indian company.