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Serkey Smpadian Granted the Order of Arts and Literature of France

On June 6, France’s Minister of Culture and Communication Fleur Pellerin granted the Order of Arts and Literature of France to artistic

Chinese and Armenian Children Presented Armenia

On June 1, International Children’s Defense Day, Chinese and Armenian children presented Armenia and Armenian culture during an event held

Hovhannes Tumanian’s House in Tbilisi Transferred to the Armenian Diocese of Georgia

On June 8, President of the Union of Writers of Armenia Eduard Militonian and delegates of the Union visited Tbilisi. The purpose of the

Armenian Genocide Resolution to be Discussed in Bundestag by Mid-July: Professor

Turkey exerted pressure on the deputies of the Bundestag in April in the Armenian Genocide issue, though the determined position of the

Armenian Genocide is Top of Mind for System of a Down on Tour: The Oakland Press

The mission of the world famous rock band System of a Down is not only entertaining people but also informing them about the Armenian

Nagorno-Karabakh: European Dreams: Open Democracy’s Article

The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic has managed to pursue a dynamic European and global foreign policy. Not bad for a country that wasn’t

Lower House of the Belgian Parliament Intends to Recognize Armenian Genocide

The majority of the Lower House of Belgium intends to recognize the Armenian Genocide. Denis Ducarme, the leader of the Reformist Movement

Turkey Recalls its Ambassador to Brazil

As was expected, the Turkish Foreign Ministry on June 8 announced that it has recalled its ambassador to Brazil after the Federal Senate in

Armenia Agriculture Ministry Optimistic on Apricot Exports

The Minister of Agriculture of Armenia, Serko Garabedian, on Wednesday held a consultation with representatives of the country’s exporting

World Council of Churches Meets in Armenia, Adopts Statement on Genocide

During the centenary year of the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire, the executive committee of the World Council of
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