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Armenian language classes to be offered in Nevada

Armenian language classes to be offered in NevadaFor the first time in Las Vegas and the state of Nevada, U.S., Armenian language classes will be offered at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN). Dr. Vartouhi Filhanessian-Asherian obtained CSN approval to design and teach Elementary Armenian I, Asbarez reports.
Date Added: Thursday August 06, 2015 19:48:55

Urartu Castle walls unearthed in Turkey

Urartu Castle walls unearthed in TurkeyAfter 2,700 years the walls of Urartu Castle have been unearthed in the Ayanis neighborhood of the eastern province of Van in Turkey, Asbarez reports.
Date Added: Tuesday August 04, 2015 15:30:16

4th digital exhibit 'Iconic Images of Armenian Genocide' launched

4th digital exhibit 'Iconic Images of Armenian Genocide' launchedThe Armenian National Institute (ANI), Armenian Genocide Museum of America (AGMA), and Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) announced the launch of a fourth digital exhibit entitled 'Iconic Images of the Armenian Genocide' that brings together as a single collection key images recording the brutal mistreatment of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire and the utter destruction of their historic communities.
Date Added: Tuesday April 14, 2015 06:06:29

Gallup Int'l: Armenia among world's most religious countries

Gallup Int'l: Armenia among world's most religious countriesArmenia was named one of the most religious countries in the world, a survey conducted by WIN/Gallup International reveals.
As The Guardian reports citing the survey, 94% of people in Thailand and 93% of people in Armenia, Bangladesh, Georgia and Morocco called themselves religious.
Date Added: Tuesday April 14, 2015 05:44:16

3,300-year-old shrines unearthed in Armenia

3,300-year-old shrines unearthed in ArmeniaThree shrines, dating back about 3,300 years, have been unearthed within a hilltop fortress at Gegharot in Armenia, Live Science reports.
Date Added: Monday February 23, 2015 06:41:42

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra to commemorate Armenian Genocide

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra to commemorate Armenian GenocideThe Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra will perform a special concert on March 5 in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Asbarez reports.
Date Added: Wednesday February 18, 2015 06:29:57

Stone Age tools found in Armenia prompt rethink about human innovation

Stone Age tools found in Armenia prompt rethink about human innovationA new discovery of thousands of Stone Age tools has provided a major rethink about human innovation 325,000 years ago - and how early technological developments spread across the world, Science 2.0 reported.
Date Added: Monday September 29, 2014 08:01:17

Roof of St. Minas Armenian Church collapses in Georgian capital

Roof of St. Minas Armenian Church collapses in Georgian capitalThe roof of the Armenian Church of St. Minas collapsed in Tbilisi over lack of repair on Sept 19, an expert at the agency of cultural heritage of Georgia Gia Sosanidze told Civilnet.
Date Added: Monday September 22, 2014 10:55:20

U.S. House panel passes Turkey churches accountabilty act

U.S. House panel passes Turkey churches accountabilty act The House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a powerful religious freedom measure holding Turkey accountable for the return of thousands of stolen Christian holy sites and urging the immediate opening of the Halki Theological Seminary, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).
Date Added: Friday June 27, 2014 08:27:21

Armenian films screened during Fribourg International Festival

Armenian films screened during Fribourg International FestivalFribourg International Film Festival featured screening of Armenian films, with RA ambassador to Switzerland Charles Aznavour invited as a special guest.
Date Added: Wednesday March 27, 2013 11:11:18

Ancient papyrus scrap makes reference to Jesus wife - expert

Ancient papyrus scrap makes reference to Jesus wife - expertAn ancient scrap of papyrus makes explicit reference to Jesus having a wife, according to a renowned expert in Christian history, BBC News reported.
Date Added: Wednesday September 19, 2012 23:02:07

Armenians pray in Holy Cross Church amid tight security measures

Armenians pray in Holy Cross Church amid tight security measuresLocal and Diaspora Armenians flocked to the Armenian Church of the Holy Cross on Akhtamar Island in Turkey’s eastern province of Van on Sunday, Sept 9, to attend its third annual religious ceremony.
Date Added: Monday September 10, 2012 18:30:40

Tattooed mummy of 2500 year old Siberian princess discovered

Tattooed mummy of 2500 year old Siberian princess discoveredHigh in the Altai mountains of Siberia, not far from the border between Russia and Mongolia, researchers have found the mummified body of a young woman covered with tattoos that archeologists say look remarkably modern, ABC news reported.
Date Added: Friday August 17, 2012 06:10:08

Tbilisi-located St. Gevorg Armenian monastery to be restored

Tbilisi-located St. Gevorg Armenian monastery to be restoredRestoration of Tbilisi-located St. Gevorg Armenian monastery will start in near future, the head of the Georgian Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church said.
Date Added: Monday July 02, 2012 07:55:24

Turkish Historical Society says it located lost Ottoman-era Armenian gold

Turkish Historical Society says it located lost Ottoman-era Armenian goldThe Turkish Historical Society has claimed that gold that was obtained from the auctioning off of Armenian assets during the Ottoman era was seized by allied forces as war reparations in the aftermath of World War I, Hurriyet Daily News reported citing Bugün daily.
Date Added: Sunday June 24, 2012 16:23:02


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