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    • Defense ministry to examine reports about American helicopters obtained by Azerbaijan

      Defense ministry to examine reports about American

      Reports suggest the Azerbaijani Air Forces have obtained Bell-412 helicopters that will be showcased during a military parade on June 26. Panorama.am turned to defense ministry spo ...

    • Pashinyan: We want to win elections

      Pashinyan: We want to win elections

      Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said his party definitely wants to win elections, and they will work in this direction. If the elections took place today, “our party would have won” he ...

    • Manvel Grigoryan: It’s a matter of honor

      Manvel Grigoryan: It’s a matter of honor

      https://youtu.be/KtcTybOHFLg It’s a matter of honor. My dear friends too don’t understand me right now. But I believe in my country, justice, and my friends. National Assembly “Rep ...

    • MP says Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections may be held in March, April 2019

      MP says Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections may

      Armenia may hold snap parliamentary elections between March and April 2019, Tsarukyan faction MP Sergey Bagratyan told a news conference on Friday. The lawmaker stressed the need t ...

    The Gallipoli centenary is a shameful attempt to hide the Armenian Holocaust: Robert Fisk

    The Gallipoli centenary is a shameful attempt to hide the Armenian Holocaust: Robert Fisk

    When world leaders, including Prince Charles and the Australian and New Zealand prime ministers, gather at Gallipoli to commemorate the First World War battle at the invitation of ...

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    Fethiye Cetin: They murdered Hrant Dink, because he stood right where the state had drawn the red lines, the taboos that it feared

    Fethiye Cetin: They murdered Hrant Dink, because he stood right where the state had drawn the red lines, the taboos that it feared

    Montreal, Quebec_ On the evening of Friday, January 16, 2015, the Armenian Community of Montreal gathered at the Society of Armenians from Istanbul to commemorate the 8th annivers ...

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    Thomas de Waal’s Futile Attempt at Trivializing the Armenian Genocide

    Thomas de Waal’s Futile Attempt at Trivializing the Armenian Genocide

    “A half-truth is a whole lie” – Yiddish proverb Thomas de Waal is a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He has penned an article, “The G-Word – The ...

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    Sassounian: Azeri-Israeli Propagandist Throws Stones from Glass House

    Sassounian: Azeri-Israeli Propagandist Throws Stones from Glass House

    The JNS.org website (Jewish and Israel news) posted a venomous, anti-Armenian article by Arye Gut with the bombastic headline, “Anti-Semitism in Armenia: A Clear and Present Dange ...

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    Azerbaijan’s complex relationships with Armenia, Iran and Israel

    Azerbaijan’s complex relationships with Armenia, Iran and Israel

    Among the many groups who inhabit the Caucasus are the Azeris, a Turkic people who speak a language related to Turkish, but who are culturally closer to the Persians. The Republic ...

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    The Armenian alphabet has been used to write Turkish

    The Armenian alphabet has been used to write Turkish

    They are often referred to as the 36 soldiers – an army of letters that march the Armenian identity forth. The alphabet, after all, is the visible mark of a distinct language and ...

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    Out Of Armenia: BBC

    Out Of Armenia: BBC

    Writer and historian Charles Emmerson traces the history of the Armenian diaspora through Europe's Armenian communities today. From Manchester, home to Britain's oldest Armenian c ...

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    Here’s What We Talked About Most On Facebook In 2014

    Here’s What We Talked About Most On Facebook In 2014

    Last year it was Pope Francis, the Royal Baby and Miley Cyrus. But this year, our conversations -- Facebook conversations, that is -- were all about Ebola, the World Cup and the I ...

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    Why Davutoglu’s Armenian adviser angered AKP deputies: Al-Monitor

    Why Davutoglu’s Armenian adviser angered AKP deputies: Al-Monitor

    On Oct. 25, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu appointed an unexpected name as his “top adviser” in political matters: Etyen Mahcupyan, a prominent public intellectual of Arme ...

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    The Tsar Meets the Sultan

    The Tsar Meets the Sultan

    Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan — perhaps the least popular Western leaders — met in Ankara on Dec. 1 for the Turkey-Russia High-Level Cooperati ...

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