On December 1st, 2019, a souvenir sheet with one stamp dedicated to the theme “Prominent Armenians. 150th anniversary of Komitas” has been cancelled and put into circulation by “HayPost” CJSC in in the premises of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin. The souvenir sheet with nominal value of 1100 AMD is printed in “Cartor” printing
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On Wednesday, November 27, Abdeladi Ibrahim Lahweej, Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Eastern Government, elected by the people, gathered in front of the Memorial of the Armenian Genocide in Paris. He was received by Ara Toranian, Co-Chair of the National Council of Armenian Organizations in France (CCAF). In front of the monument the minister
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On 1 December, 2019, Young European Ambassadors will bring “Human Rights Coffee Truck Ride” to the streets of Yerevan. Young people will offer free coffee cup with special QR code, featuring human rights related messages and have small talks on fundamental rights and why they are important for Armenian people. All interested invited to join
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In early November, the Caucasus Nature Fund’s (CNF) Executive Director Geof Giacomini was in London to accept the one-of-a-kind Marsh Marjan Award – which recognizes the contributions of individuals or organizations for their work on conservation issues in conflict areas. Sponsored by the Marsh Christian Trust (MCT) in partnership with the Marjan Center for the
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Using a bright orange electrocardiogram machine attached with suction cups to the body of a blue whale, scientists for the first time have measured the heart rate of the world’s largest creature and came away with insight about the renowned behemoth’s physiology. Researchers from Stanford University’s Goldbogen Lab, Cascadia Research, Scripps Institution
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In her regular briefing Maria Zakharova, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, refused to answer the question of Regnum News Agency about Garegin Nzhdeh and the devoted Azerbaijani Hitlerian Mammed Rusulzadeh. While she formerly spoke about Nzhdeh and even Moscow demanded to pull down the monument of Nzhdeh in Yerevan, this
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On November 17-21 the Armenian and Azerbaijani reporters visited Baku, Yerevan and Stepanakert. Artyom Yerkanyan, the commentator of Shant TV, Davit Alaverdyan, Chief Editor of Mediamax, and Edgar Elbakyan, commentator of Artsakh Public Television, visited Baku. From the Azerbaijani side Elchin Valiyev of Trend.az, Elshan Rustamov (1news.am) and Orhan Elchuyev, Vestnik Kavkaza, visited Yerevan and
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The world’s strangest “exchange of journalists” took place. Armenian journalists whose names are not published visited Baku while Azerbaijani journalists, according to our information, have visited Artsakh. Their names are not mentioned either. Apparently, to protect them from possible risks in Baku. This activity which was to be an indicator of readiness for contacts and
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“Given the complicated geographical position of Nakhijevan, the fact that the country has been in blockade for years already and is surrounded from three sides with enemies, we focus our attention on security. In the recent years we undertook serious steps towards army building. The army of Nakhijevan is armed with ultra modern weapons,” the
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