Daily Archives: Thursday, 7 June, 2012

Trade secrets of oldest family firm in US

  Nearly 400 years ago, in 1623, Avedis Zildjian founded a cymbal-manufacturing company in Istanbul. Now run by 14th generation family member Craigie Zildjian, along with her sister Debbie, the company has outlasted empires, survived a move overseas to the US, and thrived during the economic turmoil of the Great Depression and two World Wars. […]

Armenian Inflation Continues To Fall

Armenian Inflation Continues To Fall

Consumer prices in Armenia fell further this spring, putting the authorities in a stronger position to meet their inflation target for 2012, according to official statistics released on Thursday. The National Statistical Service (NSS) recorded a year-on-year inflation rate of just 0.5 percent in May, sharply down from 3 percent in February and 4.7 percent […]

Serzh Sargsyan: Actions against RA and Artsakh won’t remain unanswered

Serzh Sargsyan: Actions against RA and Artsakh won’t remain unanswered

“Loss of each Armenian soldier is the loss of our whole nation. We all mourn the death of our soldiers, together with the families of the victims. Regarding the response given to the rival, nothing can console our grief,” President Serzh Sargsyan stated, answering to Panorama.am question about border incidents. “I’ve been always saying that […]

Armenian Forces Kill Five Azeri Soldiers after Border Infiltration 3 Armenian Soldiers Die Defending

YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — Armenia’s Ministry of Defense reported that Armenian forces on Monday killed five Azerbaijani soldiers when they attempted to infiltrate Armenian defensive positions in the province of Tavoush, in the early morning hours. The ministry said that an Azerbaijani unit of 15-20 tried to cross the border into Armenia. Three Armenian soldiers […]

Clinton warns of ‘disastrous’ Azerbaijan-Armenia clashes

Clinton warns of ‘disastrous’ Azerbaijan-Armenia clashes

BAKU: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday warned of possible “disastrous consequences” after a flare-up of deadly violence between ex-Soviet enemies Azerbaijan and Armenia. Clinton held talks with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Baku as the reported death toll in gunbattles between the two neighbors this week rose to nine amid the worst clashes […]

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