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American Corners in Armenia celebrate National Library Week with Reading Marathon

On Friday, April 12, the U.S. Embassy’s five American Corners hosted a reading marathon in celebration of U.S. and Armenian National Library Weeks.  The marathon featured the classic American novel, “The Martian Chronicles,” by Ray Bradbury. U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Lynne M. Tracy and Deputy Foreign Minister Grigor Hovhannisyan participated in the reading marathon alongside ...
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U.S. Ambassador Lynne Tracy and Yerevan Mayor Hayk Marutyan opened a new technological hub in Yerevan

Today U.S. Ambassador Lynne Tracy, alongside the Mayor of Yerevan, HE Hayk Marutyan, officially opened TechnoLab – a new technological hub in Yerevan supported by the U.S. Embassy and the Isahakyan City Central Library. TechnoLab is an extension of the Yerevan American Corner and is the result of the ongoing successful collaboration between the U.S. ...
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INL Supports Trainings in Armenia

U.S. Embassy Yerevan’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) was proud to sponsor two trainings from February 25 to March 1 to improve the capacity of Armenian law enforcement to investigate and prosecute corruption and drug trafficking. A team of 10 Armenian investigators from different investigative agencies (Special Investigation Service, Investigative Committee, Investigative ...
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Armenia’s International Community to Honour Rights Advocates

Yerevan, Armenia – The U.S. Embassy, the Delegation of the European Union to Armenia, the United Nations, the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Council of Europe in Armenia, and the Embassy of Sweden honored individuals working to promote human rights, freedom of expression, diversity, democracy, transparency, legal reform ...
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INL Completes Project Assisting Prisoners and Staff at Armenia’s Only Prison for Women and Juveniles

The six-month project “Abovyan Prison: Establishing a Culture of Transparency, Efficiency and Rehabilitation,” implemented by Armenia’s Civil Society Institute NGO (CSI), officially concluded January 18.  This $121,000 project helped improve conditions for the incarcerated population at Abovyan prison (Armenia’s only prison for females and juveniles) by providing training and skills to improve their mental and ...
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