Daily Archives: Thursday, 23 August, 2012

To Infinity and Beyond: Armenians in the Mars Rover Curiosity Project

To Infinity and Beyond: Armenians in the Mars Rover Curiosity Project

Since the beginning of time, Space has been a source of mystery for man—a mystery they sought to decipher. Thanks to the scientific curiosity of Ptolemy, Galileo Galilee, and Isaac Newton, man has discovered numerous planets, landed on the Moon, and has even captured ancient images of space with the Hubble telescope that shine light […]

Will the US Punish Armenia?

Will the US Punish Armenia?

The warped State Department-hatched Turkey-Armenia Protocols did not yield the necessary results for the US, nor have efforts to strong-arm Armenia into making dangerous concessions on the Karabakh front, so the US has renewed an old “concern” by alleging that Iran is using Armenia to for financial transactions that might violate international sanctions on Tehran […]

Armenian town hosts first-ever honey and berry festival

Armenian town hosts first-ever honey and berry festival

The town of Berd, in the Tavush district of Armenia hosted its first-ever festival of honey and berries on Saturday. With the goal of popularizing Armenian honey and berries the festival attracted hundreds of visitors. I was a member of a small Georgian delegation at the festival. The Armenian honey event was of particular interest […]

Two Armenians Killed in Syria

ALEPPO, Syria (Tert.am, PanArmenian.net) — Two Syrian-Armenians have been killed in Damascus and Aleppo in recent days as a result of clashes between Syria’s governmental forces and rebels. A 76-year-old woman, Adelina Khacheryan, was shot dead accidentally on August 17, while on August 18, a 38- year-old Armenian was killed in Damascus. A spokesman for […]

Yerevan to Host Meeting of Turkmen-Armenian Intergovernmental Commission

A delegation from Turkmenistan will go to Yerevan on September 5 to attend the fourth meeting of the intergovernmental Turkmen-Armenian commission on economic cooperation, an official Turkmen source said. The relevant decree was signed by Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov. At the government meeting the Turkmen leader said that Turkmenistan attaches special importance to building mutually […]

Andrea Pampanini, a proud Armenian by choice

Andrea Pampanini, a proud Armenian by choice

New York – Andrea Pampanini lost his long fight with heart disease on July 5 in New York. Services were held at St. Illuminators Armenian Cathedral in New York with burial at Cedar Grove Cemetary. Surviving him are his wife Annie (nee Sandrik), daughter Taline, son-in-law Mark Batsyan,and several relatives around the world. Born in […]

Waiting for Godot

In an election year all news channels are supersaturated with electioneering, most of the time oblivious to the fact that many other newsworthy events and developments are happening around the world which may affect our livelihood and even the future of the country. Two wars that the Bush administration began — Iraq and Afghanistan — […]

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