Armenian newspapers and news sites

  1. Armenia Liberty Armenian newspaper published in English and Armenian languages.
  2. Tert Leading newspaper published in Russian, and Armenian language.
  3. Aravot Leading daily newspaper in Armenia. The newspaper published in Armenian, English & Russian languages.
  4. Haykakan Zhamanak
  5. (In English)
  6. Armenpress State news agency in Armenia.
  7. Hraparak Daily newspaper published in Armenia.
  8. Hetq Published in Yerevan by the Association of Investigative Journalists NGO.
  9. Yerkir Official newspaper of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF).
  10. (Armenian News and Analyses)
  11. PanARMENIAN.Net
  12. Iravunk
  13. Golos Armenii
  14. Nagorno-Karabagh Republic (NKR)
  15. Syuniac Yerkir The newspaper printed in every 10 days.
  16. Business 24 Featuring Armenia and worldwide economic, financial and business sectors. The newspaper published in Armenian and Russian languages.
  17. Irates de Facto
  18. Novoye Vremya Russian-language newspaper published in Armenia.
  19. Azg Popular daily newspaper published Armenia. Azg publish in Armenian, Turkish, English and Russian languages.
  20. Marmara One of the Armenian-language daily newspapers published in Turkey.
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  22. Jhoghovurd
  26. slaq
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  28. Novosti Armenia
  29. ‎Sputnik Armenia
  30. Yelaket Lratvakan
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  37. Champord Mass-distributed newspaper in the Caucasian region.
  38. Avangard
  39. Hairenik Armenian-American newspaper published in Massachusetts, United States.
  40. AsbarezCalifornia based newspaper published in Armenian-language.
  41. Horizon Weekly (Canada)
  42. Azat Or (Greece)
  43. Alik (Iran)
  44. Aztag (Lebanon)
Armenia is a nation, and former Soviet republic, in the mountainous Caucasus region between Asia and Europe. Among the earliest Christian civilizations, it’s defined by religious sites including the Greco-Roman Temple of Garni and 4th-century Etchmiadzin Cathedral, headquarters of the Armenian Church. Khor Virap Monastery is a pilgrimage site near Mount Ararat, a dormant volcano just across the border in Turkey. ― Google