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Appeal to international organizations on Khojali Genocide Day

Appeal to international organizations on Khojali Genocide Day

Dear colleagues and friends, I am appealing to you on behalf of my organization – Central Asian and Southern Caucasian Freedom of Expression Network (CASCFEN), based in Baku, Azerbaijan and… Read more »

New opportunity for journalists: Social issues seminar in Kiev open

New opportunity for journalists: Social issues seminar in Kiev open

Washington, IJNet, Dec 18, 2012 – Journalists 18 to 30 years old from Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan can participate in this training…. Read more »

If so, why the U.S. has eliminated bin Laden?

If so, why the U.S. has eliminated bin Laden?

Azer Hasret, azer@azerhasret.com* “Following a short period of independence amid the turmoil at the end of World War I, Armenia was divided between Turkey and the Soviet Union by 1922…. Read more »

International reporters denied entry

International reporters denied entry

CPJ/IFEX, New York, 15.03.2011 – The Committee to Protect Journalists is alarmed by Armenia’s refusal to allow four reporters with the Finnish public broadcaster YLE to enter the country, and… Read more »

Armenia: New Rebuff to Broadcaster

Armenia: New Rebuff to Broadcaster

Authorities Deny License for Critical Voice Despite Court Judgment HRW, New York, 16 Dec 2010 – Armenia has denied a broadcast license to an independent television station, A1+, despite a… Read more »

Armenian activist and editor attacked, placed in strict jail

Armenian activist and editor attacked, placed in strict jail

CPJ, New York, 02.12.2010 – The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about reports that Nikol Pashinian, an opposition activist and editor-in-chief of the independent daily Haykakan Zhamanak, was beaten… Read more »

Armenian broadcasting law fails to guarantee media pluralism

Armenian broadcasting law fails to guarantee media pluralism

OSCE, Vienna, 15 Jun 2010 – Despite amendments, Armenia’s new Law on Television and Radio fails to promote broadcast pluralism in the digital era, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of… Read more »

Police in Armenia detain pro-opposition journalist

Police in Armenia detain pro-opposition journalist

New York, CPJ, 02.06.2010 — The Committee to Protect Journalists is very concerned that Armenian authorities are detaining Ani Gevorgian, a journalist for the pro-opposition daily Haykakan Zhanamak, after she… Read more »

Journalist of “Armenian Times” daily arrested

Journalist of “Armenian Times” daily arrested

JNews, Yerevan, 31.05.2010 – Journalist of “Armenian Times” daily Ani Gevorgian was arrested late on Monday, after being taken to the police department with a group of opposition suppoerters who… Read more »

Post-election trials reveal shortcomings in Armenia's justice system, new OSCE/ODIHR report says

Post-election trials reveal shortcomings in Armenia's justice system, new OSCE/ODIHR report says

OSCE, Warsaw, 08 March 2010 – The conduct of the trials that took place in the aftermath of the March 2008 post-election violence in Yerevan reveals shortcomings in Armenia’s justice… Read more »

Violence and legal cases against journalists in Armenia highlighted in new compilation published with OSCE Office support

Violence and legal cases against journalists in Armenia highlighted in new compilation published with OSCE Office support

OSCE, Yerevan, 03 Mar 2010 – A compilation of articles discussing violence, intimidation and legal cases against journalists in 2008-2009 in Armenia, published with support from the OSCE Office in… Read more »

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