Raffi Sarkissian interview on Revelation TV 24 April 2017
Raffi Sarkissian interview 24 Apr 2017
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Armenian President On Visit To Singapore

Armenian President On Visit To Singapore

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan is in Singapore on a three-day state visit to develop closer ties with one of the world’s wealthiest countries. The Armenian leader began the official part of his visit on Wednesday by meeting the highest leadership of the island nation enjoying the world’s third highest GDP per capita based on a […]

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Anush Hovannissyan

Anush Hovannissyan

“Anush Hovhannisyan is a young Armenian soprano graduated from Yerevan State Conservatory with high distinction in 2010. In the same year she won the Silver Medal in the international competition “Delphic Games” . IN the same 2010 she had been awarded a place on Masters course at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly known as Royal […]

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Armenian President Begins Visit To Singapore

Armenian President Begins Visit To Singapore

Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian has arrived in Singapore on a three-day state visit expected to strengthen cooperation with the Southeast Asian city-state that enjoys one of the world’s most developed economies. On Wednesday Sarkisian met with the island nation’s highest leadership, including President Tony Tan Keng Yam and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to discuss […]

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Clinton Should Resign for Making Offensive Remarks

How many times can Secretary of State Hillary Clinton break her pledge and make insulting remarks on the Armenian Genocide before she is called a liar and forced to resign? Armenian Americans are fed up with Clinton and her boss Barack Obama, who also has not kept his promises on the Armenian Genocide. And the […]

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Armenian Defense Minister Visits U.S. Amid Growing Ties

Armenian Defense Minister Visits U.S. Amid Growing Ties

Armenia’s defense minister Seyran Ohanian has wrapped up a three-day visit to the U.S., as military relations between the U.S. and Armenia quietly strengthen. Ohanian’s visit was his first to the U.S. since he became defense minister in 2008, according to Armenian Reporter, which reported that he met with his counterpart Leon Panetta and CIA […]

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Sarkisian, Aliyev Spar Over Nuclear Safety

Sarkisian, Aliyev Spar Over Nuclear Safety

SEOUL, South Korea—President Serzh Sarkisian was quick to respond to Azeri President Ilham Aliyev, who on Tuesday expressed concern over Armenia’s Nuclear Power Plant during a speech at the Nuclear Security Summit. On the issue of nuclear security in the region, Aliyev said Armenia’s Nuclear Power Plant, which was built in 1976, was already outdated. […]

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Armenian Diaspora Virtual Museum Responds to Critique: “We Need Time”

I received a reply from the editorial board of the Virtual Museum of the Armenian Diaspora regarding my critique entitled “Diaspora Ministry’s Much Heralded Virtual Museum is a Virtual Embarrassment” that appeared in the March 15 edition of Hetq. Here’s my translation of their response: Thanks for following the activities of the Ministry of the […]

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Diary of a Norwegian missionary another evidence of the Armenian Genocide

Diary of a Norwegian missionary another evidence of the Armenian Genocide

The diary of a Norvegian missionary, witness of the Armenian Genocide, was found in the attic of his grandchild. It will soon be brought to Armenia and will be kept in the Armenian Genocide-Museum, AGMI Director Hayk Demoyan said during a discussion at a Glendale Public Library. He is holding meetings with representtaives of the […]

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Separated at birth: Visiting Armenia as an Israeli

Separated at birth: Visiting Armenia as an Israeli

How can a nation that seems to share Israel’s history be friends with Iran? How can it not. I’ve heard it said that if there is one thing Israel would enjoy, it would be to have another Hebrew-speaking country somewhere in the world to break its loneliness. The exchange of ideas and attitudes between two […]

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Clinton Clarifies Remarks on Armenian Genocide, Does Not Use ‘G’ Word

WASHINGTON — US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton clarified, this week, com- ments she made on the Armenian Genocide during a Town Hall meeting on January 26. Writing in response to the Armenian Assembly’s letter to President Barack Obama, Clinton invoked Obama’s state- ment from last April, which “memorialized the 1.5 million Armenians who, in […]

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OSCE Invited To Monitor Armenian Elections

OSCE Invited To Monitor Armenian Elections

Gender Armenia has formally asked the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to monitor its upcoming parliamentary elections, the head of the OSCE office in Yerevan, Andrey Sorokin, said on Thursday. Sorokin said a letter of invitation signed by Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian has been sent to the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and […]

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With France out of the way, Turkey can deal with Iran’s nuclear program

With France out of the way, Turkey can deal with Iran’s nuclear program

Israel, Turkey can take a lesson from the way Paris and Ankara returned to normal after a French attempt to make the denial of the Armenian genocide illegal threatened the longtime relationship. After the storm of the “Armenian genocide bill” rattled Turkish-French ties to the point of crisis, both nations could breathe a sigh of […]

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Sarkozy Asks Government to Prepare New Law on Denial

PARIS, France (A.W.)—French President Nicolas Sarkozy has asked the government to prepare a new law criminalizing genocide denial. The call came less than an hour after the French Constitutional Council issued a statement announcing its ruling of the Jan. 23 bill—aimed at penalizing the denial of genocides—unconstitutional, arguing that it would curb freedom of speech. […]

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Turkey hails French court overturning Armenian genocide denial law

Turkey hails French court overturning Armenian genocide denial law

The Turkish government applauded France’s highest court reversing a law making it illegal to deny Armenian deaths in the former Ottoman Empire over 100 years ago was genocide. Turkey welcomed on Tuesday a ruling by France‘s highest court overturning a law making it illegal to deny the killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire a […]

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