Ani Concert SJSS 2014
For Armenia
Indep Day 20 Sept
Edinburgh Fringe
Civilitas
Cultural ACCUK
Armenia Trip
“Aram MP3,” the 2014 Armenian Eurovision entrant performing at Navasartian
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‘For Armenia’ A Charity in Armenia

‘For Armenia’ A Charity in Armenia

“For Armenia” is a charitable non-governmental organisation, which was established in 2007 in Armenia and is run by the director Gayane Gevorgyan with the help of family, Zepyur and Ani Batikyans, friends and a group of dedicated volunteers. The purpose of the NGO is to support cultural and social projects in Armenia and to encourage […]

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Robert Fisk: Bombs away! US to the rescue – but only of certain minorities, not Muslims

Robert Fisk: Bombs away! US to the rescue – but only of certain minorities, not Muslims

Bombs away! US to the rescue – but only of certain minorities, not Muslims Obama’s air strikes on Isis in northern Iraq are hypocritical, and a sense of déjà vu is understandable He wouldn’t bomb Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s bloody caliphate when it was butchering the majority Shia Muslims of Iraq. But Barak Obama is riding […]

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Armenian theatre in Edinburgh 18-25th Aug 2014

Armenian theatre in Edinburgh 18 – 25 Aug Dear Friends, this year the Moscow Armenian Theatre will take part in Edinburgh Fringe Festival 18-25 Aug with performance “The Human Voice” by following address: Spotlites @ The Merchant’s Hall Venue 278, 22 Hanover St. at 5.45 pm. We’ll be very glad if you’ll distribute this information, […]

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Louise Vartoukian, peacefully passed away in her sleep on 30 July 2014

The dearly beloved Louise Vartoukian, born in 1918, peacefully passed away in her sleep on 30 July 2014. She will be greatly missed. Service will be held at St. Sarkis Church on Tuesday 5 August at 1pm. All friends and acquaintances are most welcome. A coach will be available for all to be transferred from […]

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Fighting for Honor: Turkish scholar publishes accounts by Armenian Genocide survivors

Fighting for Honor: Turkish scholar publishes accounts by Armenian Genocide survivors PhotolureRageb Zarakolu By GAYANE MKRTCHYAN ArmeniaNow reporter A Turkish version of “The Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Turkey. Testimonies of Survivors”, a three-volume collection of archival documents covering the 1916-1917 period, has been published in one volume, in 1500 copies in Turkey by intellectual, human rights […]

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Mapping Memories in Yerevan

Mapping Memories in Yerevan

Mapping Memories in Yerevan   The Franco-Hungarian visual artist Anna Ádám and the Swedish-American dancer-choreographer Sally O’Neill have this summer been invited by the Armenian Art and Cultural Studies Laboratory, directed by Susanna Gyulamiryan, to conduct a visual- and performing art project, titled Mapping Memories. During their six week long stay in Yerevan, they will […]

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Syrian Armenian Emergency Relief Fund Committee: Successful Walk-A-Thon raises over £4000

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Raffi Sarkissian interview with Civilitas Foundation, Yerevan

The Armenian Lobby in the UK ՈՒրբաթ, 20 հունիս, 2014 – 22:00 | Սիվիլնեթ Բաժիններ` REPORTS IN ENGLISH, ԴԻՏԱԿԵՏ, ԼՐԱՀՈՍ, ՀԱՐՑԱԶՐՈՒՅՑՆԵՐ, ՍԻՎԻԼՆԵԹ How can the UK Armenian Community impact UK policy on Armenia and the region? Raffi Sarkissian, a community activist, talks about this and other activities in London and throughtout the United Kingdom.

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Thomas de Waal: What was possible between Sweden and Finland in the past century is impossible today between Armenia and Azerbaijan

Thomas de Waal: What was possible between Sweden and Finland in the past century is impossible today between Armenia and Azerbaijan Interview of Thomas de Waal, a senior associate in the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment, with ArmInfo news agency by David Stepanyan Thursday, June 19, 16:21   What is the latest […]

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Bernard Coulie: Surrendering any territories to Azerbaijan is nonsense!

17:42 20/06/2014 » INTERVIEWS Bernard Coulie: Surrendering any territories to Azerbaijan is nonsense! Panorama.am presents an interview with Dr. Bernard Coulie, a specialist in European studies and a professor of Armenian studies (language, culture, history) at UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) in Belgium. Dr. Coulie is currently researching the South Caucasus region and the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. He […]

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