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News, analysis websites and blogs dealing with Armenia

Here you can find basic information about news, analysis websites and blogs dealing with Armenia, as well as websites of news agencies, with direct links.

Armtown

Description: Armtown is a news website that collects news from a number of other news sources dealing with Armenian and Nagorno Karabakh. It offers thus an easy way to check news about Armenia in English.
Languages: Armenian, Russian, English
Archive: freely available

Visit the website of Armtown (in English)

Arka

Description: Arka news agency provides updated news about Armenia in three different languages, including English. It includes a section about Karabakh, and publishes analysis and interviews.
Languages: Armenian, Russian, English
Archive: since 2007, freely available

Visit the website of Arka (in English)

Novosti Armenia

Title in English: News Armenia
Description
: Novosti Armenia is a news website founded in 2005 and associated with Russian news agency "Ria" offers news about Armenia, updated every few minutes. It has specific sections dedicated to Armenian regions, the Karabakh conflict and peace talks.
Languages
: Russian, Armenian
Archive
: since 2005, freely available

Visit the website of Novosti Armenia (in Russian)

PanArmenian.net

Description: PanArmenian.net is a news web portal based in Armenia. It provides constantly updated news about Armenia. While most news items are short and descriptives, interviews and analysis articles are available as well.
Languages: Armenian, Russian, English
Archive: since 2000, freely available

Visit the website of PanArmenian.net (in English)

Marilisa Lorusso's Blog

Descritpion: the purpose of the blog is to sum up, at the end of every week, the main events which occurred in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Usually every post covers the three of them, with exceptions every now and then. The regional context is sometimes taken into consideration with rapid peers to Iran, Turkey and Russia and the role they play in the region, together with other actors.
Mostly political events are covered, but also economic and social ones may pop up.
Language: English
 
Visit Marilisa Lorusso's Blog

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