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Diaspora Ministry of Armenia permanently in touch with Syrian-Armenian community

Head of “Center for Coordination of Syrian-Armenians' Issues” NGO Lena Halajyan stressed the importance of not politicizing the issue of transporting Syrian-Armenians to the Motherland.
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United Airlines has run into a social media storm after it barred two teenage girls from boarding a flight in Denver because they were wearing leggings. Another girl who was also wearing leggings was
Tatiana Krupa, a Ukrainian scientist and public figure, has made a statement about joining the Armenia-Azerbaijan Platform for Peace.
A man from Isoko South area of Delta State on Sunday performed a rare feat in the annals of marriage in Nigeria. The man, simply identified as Emamuzo, married two brides, Janet and Osioni, in a cerem
Baku will host the Third Japanese Culture Festival.
"The Danish companies will bring modern technology to Azerbaijan."
Informal traders in Tshwane have complained of being sidelined by the city administration.
The FSB officers have seized 56 pieces of firearms made in Russia and abroad
Spanish police have found 57 pieces of artificial fruit containing seven kilograms of cocaine mixed among real bananas, with another 10 kilos packed in cardboard boxes. Read Full Artic
Private joint-stock company Ukrainian Automobile Corporation (UkrAVTO), a leading company on the Ukrainian automobile market, tentatively saw UAH 3.076 million of net loss in 2016, and this is 140 tim
Damages of 243 buildings have been recorded in Balaklia of the Kharkiv region as a result of a fire that started at night of March 23 with subsequent detonation of ammunition at artillery warehouses o
Following the occupation of Crimea, 90% of local staff of the SBU Security Service and police sided with Russia, as well as nearly 70% of the military, that’s according to the SBU counterintelli
A plane carrying the Kazakh national football team had to make an emergency landing at Yerevan airport, APA reports citing Kazinform.
The Master Class encounters with top international and local jazz musicians is a “definite must” for jazz lovers and up-and-coming young musicians.
Fotballer of the Azerbaijani national team Dimitrij Nazarovv made history of the Azerbaijani national team.
At least 25 journalists were detained in Belarus on Saturday during opposition protests timed to the Day of Will, and most of them have already been released, the Belarusian Association of Journalists
The credit investments in the households by all financial credit organizations of Azerbaijan in the total loan portfolio decreased to a 5-year low.
In today's French papers, a warning from the man who predicted the Trump victory in the United States that Marine Le Pen of the far-right National Front could win the second round of the French presid
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep, third seeded, qualified on Sunday for the fourth round of the WTA Miami Open tournament, with total prizes worth 6,993,450 USD, after she defeated 6-3, 6-0 Estoni
The number of meadow birds in the Netherlands has plunged 70% since the 1960s and some once-familiar species have almost...
Over the past 24 hours, Armenian Armed Forces have 111 times violated the ceasefire in various directions along the line of contact between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops
U.S. President Donald Trump handed German Chancellor Angela Merkel a bill for money supposedly owed to NATO when they met last weekend in Washington DC, Politico reported citing Sunday Times.
An opposition rally took place outside the Globus theater in central Novosibirsk on Sunday.
Five people died, according to tentative data, in the crash of a Mil Mi-2 military helicopter in the Malynivka populated area not far from the town of Kramatorsk (Donetsk region), Defense Ministry spo
Finland’s Amer, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sporting goods, works with five plants in Romania that generated more than 250 million lei (EUR55 million) revenue in 2015, according to t
The Gauteng High Court ruled that a driver is not responsible for an incident in which a woman was flung from a bus after an extinguisher exploded.
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Monday, 27 March:
“Right now we are holding a referendum on April 16 and after that we could choose to do a second one on the (EU) accession talks and we would abide by whatever our people would say there”, Erdogan
Azerbaijan`s national team will vie for medals of the 2017 Gran Canaria ETU Triathlon European Cup, which starts in Las Palmas, Spain, on Sunday.
The daily Delo looks at the latest developments at the Krško Nuclear Power Plant's (NEK) which have gone unnoticed by the media, arguing that the public and politicians should pay more attention t
877 people had a right to take part in electronic voting. The voting results will be announced after the completion of parliamentary election on April 2.
Ukrzaliznytsia has lost 226 diesel locomotives and 68 electric locomotives on the territory of Donetsk and Luhansk regions uncontrolled by Kyiv.
The Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) has increased amount of funds wanted to attract in deposit auction by 50%.
Exit polls in Bulgaria's parliamentary elections suggest that centre-right GERB party will claim victory with around 32% of the vote, or between 86 and 88 seats in Parliament, according to Euronew
Thousands braved the cool weather day as part of the annual We, the People Walk hosted by Constitutional Hill.

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Massive protests in Chilean cities against the private pension scheme

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First Utility now offers broadband - should you switch?

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