Portraits From Republic Square

Photojournalist Eric Grigorian's series of portraits from Republic Square where thousands gathered in protest as Yerevan enters the seventh day of mass rallies, protests and innumerable acts of civil disobedience.

1988: Thoughts Spoken Aloud

Vardges Baghryan, a journalist from Artsakh recounts his personal memories from the Karabakh Movement and the war. He recalls the siege on the village of Karintak and how the future freedom and independence of the people of Artsakh was forged.

Is This What You Wanted?

President Serzh Sargsyan’s second and final term in office ends on April 9. It is almost certain that he will be elected as the country’s new prime minister thereby prolonging his power. EVN Report looks back at the Constitutional amendments that led to this situation and a new military-patriotic educational doctrine that is set to pass in parliament.

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