News Privacy Under Threat: A Talk & Hands-On Workshop in Yerevan about Tools for Data Security
13:58 | October 9, 2018
Privacy under threat - together with trainers from n-vestigate network (Germany) dismantle myths and
truths about the online habits by joining afternoon workshop with presentation, round table and hands-
on around the topic of Open Source and data security in context of investigative journalism.
News Bulgarian Journalist Viktoria Marinova Violently Murdered
19:55 | October 8, 2018
Bulgarian authorities say that murdered journalist Viktoria Marinova, 30, was raped and beaten before her body was found in a park in the city of Ruse on Saturday. The murder of the TV host and director for the regional television network TVN.bg drew international condemnation.
News Journalist Jan Kuciak Allegedly Killed for 70k Euros
21:36 | October 1, 2018
A woman who allegedly ordered the brutal murder of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiance
was among the suspects that were detained last week by Slovak police, local media reported on Monday.
News Slovakia Arrests Suspects in Journalist’s Murder
20:40 | September 28, 2018
Slovakian police arrested Thursday eight people in connection with the brutal murder of a local journalist who was shot dead at close range in his home in February while investigating the infiltration of the Italian mob into his home country.
News Hetq Reporters Win 3 Awards at 2018 Tvapatum (Digistory) Competition in Armenia
19:16 | September 28, 2018
For their article Paying Winter Utility Bills; How Do People in Yerevan Cope?, Ani Hovhannisyan,
Narek Aleksanyan and Davit Banuchyan won 1st prize in the category “Best Use of Media 3.0
News Reporters Without Borders Condemns Police Raid of Yerevan.Today News Website Office
23:57 | September 18, 2018
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns yesterday’s search by police of the headquarters of the
Yerevan-based Armenian news website Yerevan.Today. It violated the confidentiality of journalists’
sources, RSF said.
News Yerevan.Today Editor Accuses Government of Trying to Silence Websites Publishing Critical News
16:02 | September 18, 2018
Yesterday’s raid lasted for several hours, Hakobyan said, preventing website employees from working
for most of the day.
News Police Raid Offices of Yerevan.Today News Website; Allege Link to Robert Kocharyan
18:15 | September 17, 2018
After the raid, Hakobyan told reporters that the reason for the police search was because the website was
the first to publish a secretly taped telephone conversation between National Security Service Chief
Artur Vanetsyan and Special Investigative Service Chief Sasun Khachatryan.
News Armed Bulgarian Police Detain OCCRP Journalists for 7 Hours
20:58 | September 14, 2018
Two OCCRP journalists were detained by armed Bulgarian police for more than seven hours on
Thursday night after they followed a tip that crucial documents were being burned in a field 50
kilometers southwest of the Bulgarian capital of Sofia.
News Yerevan TV Tower Gets New Paint Job
16:08 | September 13, 2018
The 312-meter tower was built in 1977 on Nork Hill overlooking downtown Yerevan.
News Who Killed Slovak Journalist? - "Why I think Jan’s murder will never be investigated"
22:12 | August 21, 2018
The Slovak authorities are not doing enough to investigate the murder of my friend and colleague. If
journalists have to do the police’s job to discover the truth, then we will.
News Join Us: Hetq to Investigate Assets of Robert Kocharyan and Family
12:46 | August 17, 2018
To accomplish this, we need the assistance of you, our readers. We need to hear from those who have
ties to the Kocharyan family and to businesses linked to the former president.
News Malta: Suspects in Journalist’s Murder Charged with Money Laundering
15:58 | June 29, 2018
Two of the suspects in the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia were charged with money laundering on Wednesday, the Times of Malta reported. The brothers claimed to be unemployed, yet lived lavishly with luxury boats and cars.
News Digital Journalism for the Caucasus 2018: A Course for Journalists from Armenia, Azerbaijan and
14:48 | June 26, 2018
Courses at the Interlink Academy are run by highly specialized lecturers and trainers from Germany and
abroad who have considerable experience with international study groups.
Articles Reporter Describes Appointment of Artak Poghosyan as Yerevan Police Chief a "Slap in the Face" to the
20:48 | June 22, 2018
She says that on February 12, 2014, Poghosyan, then Chief of the Kentron Department of the Yerevan
Police, slapped her face while she was being detained for covering an Armenian National Congress
(HAK) publicity event for the opposition newspaper Chorrord Inknishkhanutyun.
News Official Calls for More Press Freedom in EU, Less Graft in Malta
22:12 | June 15, 2018
The European Commissioner for Justice harshly criticized the lack of press freedom throughout Europe as well as Malta’s track record of corruption and money laundering in her speech on Thursday in Malta.
News EU Parties Condemn Slovak Police over Journalist Treatment
00:15 | May 19, 2018
European Parliament parties and journalist organizations are outraged over the Slovak police treatment of investigative journalist Pavla Holcova and urge them to return her phone.
News Media Reps: Slovak Police Must Return Seized Reporter’s Phone Immediately
23:48 | May 16, 2018
Yesterday, Slovakia’s National Crime Agency seized a mobile phone belonging to our partner,
investigative reporter Pavla Holcova from the Czech Center for Investigative Reporting.
News Montenegro: Investigative Journalist Shot and Wounded
18:53 | May 9, 2018
Unknown attackers shot an investigative reporter in the leg on Tuesday night in Podgorica, prompting an outcry by Montenegrin and international authorities for the perpetrators to be found and journalists to be protected.
News Italian Exposed by Murdered Journalist Will be Extradited Back to Italy
17:26 | May 7, 2018
An Italian businessman who was exposed for his connections to the ‘Ndrangheta mafia and initially held
for the murder of journalist Jan Kuciak will be extradited to Italy for drug trafficking, Il Fatto
Quotidiano reported Friday.