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It may come as no surprise that Armenia ranks as the world’s #2 suffering country (after Bulgaria) in Gallup’s latest global wellbeing poll.
Got plastic gift cards? According to the U.S. EPA, 32 million tons of plastic waste was generated in 2011 in the United States, which is more than 12 percent of the country's solid waste stream.
Greenvolved offers those who are concerned about the environment a means to direct donations to their favorite non-profits--a similar model to Kickstarter.
The Armenian government wants to increase salaries of senior leaders and MPs by over 200-percent, while eliminating unemployment benefits. Officials contend that such measures are needed to combat corruption and improve the state’s financial picture.
Armenia and Turkey's periodic efforts to make peace tend to hit a wall, but the nettlesome neighbors seem to be, once again, having another semi-go at reconciliation.
After spending most of the day airing her family’s dirty laundry on Twitter Gulnara Karimova, the eldest daughter of Uzbekistan strongman Islam Karimov, has gone quiet.
For the past six months eight rare breed pigs have been reared outdoors in Stepney City Farm, on a diet of food that would have otherwise been wasted.
Thanks to a secret gold mine, one little mountain hamlet in remote Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan, is able to offer a decent living for villagers.
Whether or not students of the opposite sex should live together is the latest controversy to envelop Turkish Prime Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Staying true to its foreign policy principle that if you love me, you must love my late leader’s monument, Azerbaijan has halted billions of dollars’ worth of planned investments in Mexico.
Taron Margarian, the mayor of Armenia’s capital Yerevan, is generating controversy in a tacky way – by proffering a vision of glowing flamingoes for his city.
On November 9th, twenty years ago, the artillery of the Bosnian Croat army destroyed the Mostar Bridge, a treasure of Ottoman architecture and one of the symbols of Bosnia and Herzegovina. People reacted on instinct to the news.