13:25 | April 3, 2013
Yesterday, in Stepanakert Culture and Youth Palace, a benefit concert took place to raise needed funds to cover the medical costs of four year-old Edward Arzumanyan who was born without a gullet.
19:43 | March 19, 2013
It’s not only their accents that distinguish Syrian Armenians from local Artsakh residents. It’s also their viewpoints. If locals resent the wealthy lifestyles of state officials, Garo Magaryan, who moved to Armenia seven years ago from the Syrian town of Qamishli, doesn’t seem to mind.
12:34 | February 15, 2013
“The case has been dragging on for nine months. They have accused Oskanian of money laundering without any proof and without an understanding of what money laundering actually means. They can’t make that charge stick,” Hakobyan said.
11:12 | February 15, 2013
Yesterday’s celebration in Stepanakert’s Renaissance Square commemorating the 25th anniversary of the movement left a bad taste in my mouth. There was no trace of what we had struggled for in 1988.
16:41 | November 28, 2012
Today there are 28 families, 74 individuals in all, from Qamishli who have relocated to the Kashatagh region of Artsakh. I heard about them from Robert Matevosyan, who heads the Kashatagh Resettlement Department.
13:07 | October 8, 2012
The director of the Shushi Avan Plaza hotel has refuted the news published by Hetq that some guests had been taken to the local infectious disease hospital for treatment of intestinal disorders.
15:30 | September 26, 2012
Protestors marched in the streets in Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh, voicing their opposition to the extradition of Ramil Safarov, the convicted murderer of Armenian Army officer Gourgen Margaryan, an his subsequent pardon by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.
16:25 | September 4, 2012
Here are some unfortunate scenes taken next to the Tigranakert historic site in Artsakh. A cool stream runs through the site, making it a favourite summer spot for picnickers. Many are too lazy to take their trash with them when they leave. Such eyesores are commonplace.
11:54 | August 28, 2012
When the evening fog falls on the highway connecting Goris and Stepanakert, visibility diminishes drastically and drivers rely on the road reflectors installed on the shoulders or the luminous lane markings.
11:04 | August 1, 2012
In a conversation with Hetq, Artsakh Department of Tourism Director Sergei Shahvedyan argues that mines now operating or planning to be launched in Artsakh will not impeded the growth of tourism in the country.