15:05, April 27, 2012
A workshop by the OSCE Office in Yerevan on the rights of national minorities as envisaged in international and national legislation and measures to raise awareness of the issue among politicians, the media and the general public was held today in Yerevan.
16:52, October 29, 2007
Razmik Khosroev, of Assyrian extraction, is a stage actor with the G. Sundukyan National Academic Theatre and the first representative of the Armenian Theatre to tackle the complex role of Shakespeare’s Richard II.
16:22, October 22, 2007
Yerevan resident Susanna Kalashyan had just been promoted to the 8th grade when she was “stolen away” on the way to the school. Her “abductor” was an Assyrian from the village of Verin Dvin. More than forty years have since passed. Susanna has four children and eleven grandchildren. Her husband has long since passed away.
16:24, April 30, 2007
This is how an ordinary conversation starts between neighbors Anya Kirilina and Olga Yershova. Or it might begin with a discussion about how their water had been cut yet again and they had been forced to carry it in buckets from other neighbors' apartments.
18:44, March 26, 2007
“In the first century B.C. Armenian King Tigran the Great (95-55 B.C.) besieged Cleopatra at Ptolemaida to avenge his father, Artashes I, but he had to abandon the siege when Lucullus attacked Armenia. King Tigran returned and settled the Jews that had been captured in Hellenic cities in Armavir and on the banks of the Kasakh River.”
18:13, March 26, 2007
Passers-by would stop in surprise at the wide open gates out of which songs emanated in an unknown language and a group of people were performing a simple dance - two steps forward, two steps back - for a long, long time, to seemingly endless music.
14:43, November 06, 2006
“Let there be faith; the objects of worship will appear.” Valentin Domil said. The Kurdish village of Rya Taza has both in abundance. Yet the strongest faith here is faith in the miraculous power of Dayki Shiro, or Mother Milk.
00:52, June 19, 2006
When Dr. Christine Allison isn't attracting stares from Armenians when as she sits speaking fluent Kurmanji Kurdish on her cell phone at a cafe on Yerevan's Republic Square, she's the center of attention in the small Yezidi village of Ortachiya.
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