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Police violence

Published on 26 June 2014Read

Armenia

Photographer assaulted in the north of the country

Photographer Mkhitar Khachatrian, of the PhotoLur agency was assaulted after taking photos of politicians’ private holiday villas in Tsaghkadzor (...)

Published on 26 August 2004 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Journalists beaten up covering opposition demonstration

Reporters Without Borders has protested after at least four journalists were attacked covering an opposition demonstration. One of them was also (...)

Published on 7 April 2004 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Two main independent TV stations still without broadcasting licences

Reporters Without Borders today criticised the Armenian authorities for their new refusal of broadcasting licences to Armenia’s two main (...)

Published on 22 July 2003 Read

Armenia

Call for press freedom to be respected in Sunday’s legislative elections and referendum

Reporters Without Borders today urged the authorities to make respect for press freedom a priority in the 25 May legislative elections and (...)

Published on 22 May 2003 Read

Armenia

Alarm sounded about increasingly frequent physical attacks against journalists

Reporters Without Borders today voiced alarm about the increasingly frequent use of violence against journalists in Armenia, in which the latest (...)

Published on 2 May 2003 Read

Armenia

Double standard criticised in hunt for attackers of two journalists

Reporters Without Borders today criticised the "double standard" of the Armenian authorities for making new arrests in the murder of (...)

Published on 17 March 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Presidential election: concern about violence against journalists

Reporters Without Borders today urged Armenia’s electoral authorities to ensure that tomorrow’s presidential election run-off is not marred by (...)

Published on 4 March 2003 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Head of TV station murdered

Reporters Without Borders expressed its concern today at the murder of Tigran Naghdalian, head of Armenia’s public TV station, and called on the (...)

Published on 31 December 2002 Read

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