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26.07.2014

Youth Orchestra of Armenia to Perform at International Competition

For the first time in the history of international competitions, an Armenian collective is invited to perform at an international
26.07.2014

Fatih Akin’s Film on 1915 to Premiere at Venice Film Festival

Award winning director Fatih Akin’s latest film, “The Cut,” will premiere at the 71st Venice International Film Festival that will take
25.07.2014

Ֆրանսա-Հայաստան-Իրան՝ Մետաքսի Նոր Ճամբայ

*ՌՈՊԵՐ ԱՅՏԱՊԻՐԵԱՆ* Յառաջիկայ ամիսներուն եւ տարիներուն, Իրաքի հիւսիս-արեւմուտքին մէջ սիւննիներու կատարած ռազմական յարձակումին առընթեր,
24.07.2014

OSCE Co-Chairs Meet with Armenian, Azeri Foreign Ministers

The Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group — Ambassadors Igor Popov (Russia), James Warlick (US), and Pierre Andrieu (France) — met separately
24.07.2014

Now that the Lawsuits are Settled, Let’s Build the Genocide Memorial

*By HARUT  SASSOUNIAN*   On July 15, a Federal Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s 2011 decision, ordering the return to the
23.07.2014

Gyumri Tech Park to Open in September

A technology business park in Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city in the northwestern province of Shirak, is set to officially open in
23.07.2014

Armenia Unveils First Particle Accelerator

A linear particle accelerator, named AREAL, was inaugurated Tuesday at the CANDLE (Center for the Advancement of Natural Discoveries using
21.07.2014

Participants of AGBU Armenian Youth Association’s 7th Scout Camp visit the RA Ministry of Diaspora

On July 17, 125 scouts and camp correspondents participating in the 7th Scout Camp of the Armenian Youth Association of the AGBU visited
21.07.2014

1914-2014: 100 Years of the German-Armenian Society

*By MURIEL MIRAK-WEISSBACH* Johannes Lepsius is known for his work as a pastor and humanitarian who intervened on behalf of the Ottoman
20.07.2014

A Blog of Classical Armenian Poetic Beauty

*By EDWINA CHARLES* Mrs. Phaedra Behrent is a woman-poet, from a British sea-town – Margate – made famous by William Turner, according to
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