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Nora Martirosyan’s film about Nagorno-Karabakh selected for the Cannes Festival

French-Armenian director Nora Martirosyan’s film “Should the Wind Fall” has been selected for the 73rd Cannes Festival. The film has been produced by France, Belgium, and Armenia. “For the occasion, Thierry Frémaux, the Festival’s General Delegate, has unveiled the 2020’s Official

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On the 100th anniversary of the discussion of the mandate of Armenia in the US Senate

The need for a so-called mandate arose immediately after the end of the First World War, when the former occupied territories and peoples were separated from Germany and the Ottoman Empire. And while the German colonies on the African and Pacific islands needed both European support and long-term management, other countries Armenia, Syria, Palestine and …

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Armenian Church in Istanbul is attacked

An unknown person tore the cross off the gates of the St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church in Istanbul, Turkey, and threw it on the ground. On Tuesday evening, the head of the local district informed Edvard Ayvazyan, chairman of the foundation for this church, that the cross on the gates of the church was …

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Armenia marks First Republic Day

On May 28, Armenia marks First Republic Day. The Armenian independent state was regained thanks to the heroic battles that were fought in May 1918, when the Armenian regular armed forces and volunteers succeeded in achieving a brilliant and unbelievable victory against Turkish troops in Gharakilisa, Bash Aparan and Sardarapat, stopping their invasion.

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Armenian judge: ECHR decision on Gurgen Margaryan case new winning card for Armenia diplomats

The decision of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on the case of Gurgen Margaryan is the victory of justice and a new ‘legal winning card’ for Armenia’s diplomats. This is what former judge of the European Court of Human Rights, judge of the Constitutional Court of Armenia Alvina Gyulumyan told Armenian In …

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ECHR: Azerbaijan violated Convention by releasing extradited officer who murdered Armenia soldier

Azerbaijan violated the Convention by releasing an extradited officer who had murdered an Armenian soldier during training in Hungary, ECHR ruled. The case Makuchyan and Minasyan v. Azerbaijan and Hungary concerned the presidential pardon given to a convicted murderer and his release following his transfer from Hungary to Azerbaijan to serve the rest of his …

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On the Internet, they found a world map of 1922

On “Reddit” published a map of the world by 1922 in high quality.

Charles Aznavour would have turned 96 years old today

Today, the great maestro, the unique French-Armenian musician Charles Aznavour would have turned 96 years old. The maestro managed to do a lot. He wrote and performed more than 1,000 songs, raised and brought up worthy children, and was a true patriot of his two homelands: Armenia and France.

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Artsakh hero Arkadi Ter-Tadevosyan celebrates 81st anniversary of birth

Renowned Armenian commander, Artsakh liberation war hero Arkadi Ter-Tadevosyan is celebrating his 81st birthday on May 22. Nicknamed Komandos, Ter-Tadevosyan is best known as being the commander of Shushi liberation in May 1992.

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“Artsakh is Armenia and that’s it”. Arayik Harutyunyan sworn in as President of Artsakh

Arayik Harutyunyan took the Oath of Office of President of the Republic of Artsakh at a special session of the Artsakh Parliament. The state flag of the Republic of Artsakh, the Constitution and a 17th century Bible

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