Monthly Archives: January 2012

Armenian and Greek Clergymen Traditionally Clash at Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity

By Bernat Armangue The Associated Press BETHLEHEM, West Bank — The annual cleaning of one of Christianity’s holiest churches deteriorated into a brawl between rival clergy as dozens of monks, feuding over sacred space at the Church of the Nativity … Continue reading

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Sarkisian Urges “Unbiased” Media Coverage of Armenian Elections

By Emil Danielyan President Serzh Sarkisian congratulated journalists at New Year’s reception, December 29, and urged them to be fair in its coverage of next year’s parliamentary elections and spoke of “progress” in press freedom in the country. “Elections are … Continue reading

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Armenia to Build New Nuclear Power Unit in 2013 with Russian Atmostroyeport

YEREVAN — Armenia plans to start construction of a new nuclear power unit in 2013, Armenian Energy and Natural Resources Minister Armen Movsisyan said at a press conference, Russian Interfax reported. “We will begin construction of the energy unit in … Continue reading

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The Western Prelacy Makes $800,000 Record Allocation to Prelacy Schools

LOS ANGELES – H.E Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, and the Executive Council announced that the Western Prelacy has allocated a record amount of $800,000 to Prelacy Schools. This allocation serves to alleviate financial concerns of our Schools brought on by … Continue reading

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$100,000 Raised at Ferrahian School Fundaraiser

ENCINO — $100,000 was raised for Holy Martyrs Ferrahian / Cabayan / Pilavjian Schools on Nov. 19 at the home of Rafi and Anoush Kuyumjian in Tarzana, California. More than one hundred parents, alumni, and community members who were all … Continue reading

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