Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs of Armenia Gabriel Ghazaryan told reporters today that so far the Ministry does not comment on the latest statement by President of the Football Federation of Armenia Ruben Hayrapetyan saying that Albania vs. Armenia match ended in victory of Albania "due to betrayal by some Armenian football players."
Tigran Khachatryan, the son of Syunik Governor Suren Khachatryan, has been appointed assistant to the director of "ArmForest" SNCO. ArmInfo has contacted ArmForest and the latter has confirmed the information.
75% of Armenian women undergo violence, Head of the Sociometer Center Aharon Adibekyan said at a press conference on November 24. So, three out of four women in Armenia come across violence.
In every fourth family of Armenia, fathers had to leave Armenia for other countries to earn living, Head of the Sociometer Center Aharon Adibekyan has told ArmInfo.
Mobile laboratory of free HIV testing will be available in Nothern Ave in Yerevan within 5 days starting November 24. As Real World, Real People NGO Head Hovhanness Madoyan told reporters on November 23, the testing will be confidential. The express-test results will be available within 15-20 minutes. In case of desire, everyone can get free consultation.
Contract serviceman of Frontier Department of Russian Federal Security Service was found hanged in Gusanagyug village of Shirak region in Armenia, Investigative Committee of Armenia reports.
"Tie and Wind" bicycle trek was organized in the frames of Sunchild International Environmental Protection Festival in Yerevan on November 15 through the support of VivaCell-MTS.
By preliminary data, the November 14 Paris-Yerevan flight will not be postponed, the Air France Office in Yerevan reports. The plane from Paris will land at 8:50pm at Zvartnots Airport in Yerevan. According to the company, all the flights will meet schedule with increased security measures.
On November 19-20, a conference on gambling business problems - Armenian Gaming Forum 2015 - will be held in Yerevan for the first time.
Bodies of the five Armenian pilots killed in a cargo plane crash in South Sudan earlier this month were delivered to Yerevan on November 12 in the evening. The bodies were delivered from Juba to Yerevan via Khartum. The body of the Russian pilot will be delivered to Moscow by the same charter flight.
The investigators of the Russian Interior Ministry Department for Tula region have brought charges against the driver of the bus that overturned near Tula earlier this month.
A man tried to burn himself and his children on the crossroad of Khanjyan and Nalbandian Streets in the center of Yerevan late in the evening on Tuesday, the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations told ArmInfo.
Both flight recorders of the An-12 plane that crashed in South Sudan on November 4 have been found on the crash site. "The country lacks the relevant equipment to find out the cause of the crash," Kuong Gatluak, Transport Minister of South Sudan, said on the public radio, according to the local media. The minister did not say, however, where the data of the flight recorders will be decoded.
By the data of the regional hospital of Tula region, Russia, 5 passengers injured in the bus crash are still undergoing treatment at the hospital of Uzlovsk. The condition of 3 passengers is still stably grave.
Today the working group set up to support the injured in the bus crash in Tula region will hold a meeting, Armenian Minister of Transport of Communication Gagik Belgaryan told journalists.
Passengers that injured in a bus crash near Tula on November 3 are in stable condition now, the Health Ministry of Armenia reports. Five citizens of Armenia are still receiving treatment at the Tula Regional Clinic, with three of them being at the intensive care unit in critical but stable condition. The remaining injured passengers in a stable condition. One of them will undergo surgery today.
Armenian National Congress (ANC) has disseminated a statement wherein it says that at the National Assembly hearings of the report by the Public Television and Radio Company Board, ANC appealed to the Director of the Board with a proposal to organize a TV program where the supporters and the opponents of the Constitutional amendments will have an opportunity to debate on equal terms.
68-year-old Hripsime Sirekanyan one of the passengers injured in the road traffic accident in Tula died in Uzlovsk medical center, press-service of the Ministry of Health reports.
Women in Armenia do not hurry to participate in the free cervical cancer screening program of The United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA) that was launched by the Health Ministry of Armenia in this January for women at the age of 30-60, say UMFPA specialists involved in the program. UNFPA has recently organized a trip to Gegharkunik, Lori, and Shirak region of Armenia for a group of journalists to get first hand view of the program's implementation.
Russian Deputy Minister of Interior Alexander Savenkov said at the RF State Duma Security and Anti-Corruption Committee on November 5 that the bus running from Moscow to Yerevan overturned near Tula as the driver fell asleep, according to RIA Novosity.
Part of the passengers injured in the most recent road accident near Tula were delivered to Armenia by the special flight of the Russian Emergency Ministry overnight. Eight of the injured passengers were taken to Surb Grigor Lusavorich Medical Center in Yerevan immediately after arrival. Another 12 injured passengers are still receiving treatment at hospitals in Tula.
Tajikistan's Ministry of Transport denies information that An-12, which had crashed in South Sudan, belonged to a Tajik Airline Company.
Government of Armenia will assume expenses in funeral of the killed in road accident near Tula and treatment of the injured passengers. Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan made such statement in the Government on November 5. He said the decision was adopted at a meeting with President Serzh Sargsyan.
Representatives of public organizations engaged in transportation are ready to express non-confidence to Transport Minister Gagik Beglaryan. Hrant Yeghiazaryan, the Head of the Union of Transporters, told reporters on November 5 there is no proper control over the transport sector. The only requirement to hire a driver is a driving license.
Two buses running to Yerevan have been detained in Moscow over technical failures, according to Gazeta.ru. Spokesperson for Chief Department of the Russian Interior Ministry Andrey Galiakberov says they manage to verify the route of the buses running from Moscow to Yerevan and stopped them to inspect their technical state. Two buses were taken to a special bus station over serious technical failures and lack of the necessary license and violation of safety requirements. Galiakberov says those guilty for the situation will be brought responsible.
Uzlovsk City Court, Tula Region, Russia, has ruled arresting Garnik Haroutiunyan, the 44-year-old driver of the passenger bus that overturned near Tula killing 8 and leaving 47 injured. Andrey Yartsev, the spokesperson of the local Interior Ministry Department told Interfax.
Foreign Ministry of Armenia has published the names of the crewmembers of the plane crashed in South Sudan. As the Ministry's press service reports, according to preliminary information, command pilot Gevorg Tovmasyan, co-pilot Samvel Hambardzumyan, on board engineer Samvel Mkrtchyan and technicians Armen Antonyan and Suren Petrosyan were members of the crew.
Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of Armenia confirms the information that five of six crewmembers of the plane crashed in South Sudan were Armenians. The Ministry verified the information in the Crisis Management Center of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations.
Armenian Health Minister Armen Muradyan visited the passengers of the bus that drove off a highway in Russia's Tula region just south of Moscow.
There were 12 passengers and 6 crew members, from which 5 Armenians and 1 Russian, on board of a cargo plane that crashed shortly after takeoff in South Sudan's capital, Juba, South Sudan President's official representative said.
On November 3 evening, an interdepartmental commission left for Russia to organize the transportation of the injured and the bodies of the victims of the bus crash in Tula region, Hovhannes Khangeldyan, Head of the Crisis Management Center of the Armenian Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations, told journalists.