Yerkir is the official newspaper of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation's Supreme Body. The first issue of Yerkir was published in Yerevan on August 27, 1991. It has also been published in traditional Armenian orthography in Beirut, Lebanon, since April 2002.
Asbarez is an Armenian-American bilingual daily newspaper published in Armenian and English in Los Angeles, California. It was formerly published by the Armenian Revolutionary Federation's Western USA Central Committee.
From 1868 to 1917, Novoye Vremya was a Russian newspaper published in St. Petersburg. It was published five times a week until 1869; after that, it was published every day, and from 1881, there were morning and evening editions. A weekly illustrated supplement was added in 1891.
Since 1991, Azg has been a daily newspaper in Yerevan, Armenia. Hakob Avedikian, a veteran Lebanese-born Ramkavar activist, was its founder and editor-in-chief. who was the editor-in-chief of the Ramgavar party's Zartonk daily in Lebanon in the 1980s. During the 1990s, Azg was very popular.
Golos Armenii (formerly Kommunist) is an Armenian Russian language newspaper published in Yerevan. It was a daily organ of the Communist Party of Armenia's Central Committee and the Communist Party of Armenia's Yerevan City Committee during the Soviet era.
Since 1999, Haykakan Zhamanak has been a daily Armenian newspaper published in Yerevan. It is a continuation of the Armenian daily newspaper Oragir, which was founded in 1998 and was shut down by the Armenian government at the time as part of its anti-opposition crackdown.
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