Monthly Archives: June 2012

Armenia-made Drone Presented at DigiTech Business Expo 2012

YEREVAN — Unmanned aerial vehicles were presented at DigiTech Business Expo 2012 business forum held in Yerevan. One of them is designed by the students of Military Aviation Institute. One of the developer Edgar Movsisyan told the Armenian News-NEWS.am reporter … Continue reading

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998 People Won U.S Green Cards in Armenia

YEREVAN — May 1st is a day for which many people wait the whole year. On that day the results of the Green Card lottery are published. On leverage, around 15 million people register for the lottery but only 50,000 … Continue reading

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Universe Existed Before the Big Bang Say Oxford and Yerevan Professors

A renowned scientist says he has spotted evidence that a universe existed before the Big Bang. Professor Roger Penrose from Oxford University says concentric circles discovered in the background microwaves of the universe provides evidence of events that tool place … Continue reading

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President Sargsyan Signs Important Documents with Vietnam on Economic and Other Issues

President Serzh Sargsyan, during an official visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam last week, visited the Memorial of the Fallen Heroes and Ho Chi Min Mausoleum, laid wreathes and paid tribute to their memory. Later, at the Presidential Palace … Continue reading

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High Representative and EU VP Catherine Ashton, “Concerned” Over Armenian-Azeri Incidents

Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the Commission, has issued a statement, expressing concerns over the recent armed clashes on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and the Line of Contact … Continue reading

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Clinton Warns of “Disastrous Consequences” of Escalating Violence Between Azeris and Armenians

U.S Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned of possible “disastrous consequences” of escalating violence in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone last Wednesday amid continuing deadly fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. Speaking after talks with Azerbaijani’s President Ilham Aliyev in Baku, … Continue reading

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Iran, Armenia Reach Agreement on Building Meghri Power Plant

Iran seeks to become a major regional exporter of electricity and has attracted more than USD 1.1 billion in investments to build three new power plants. Iran and Armenia have reached an agreement for the construction of Meghri hydroelectric power … Continue reading

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Russia Increases Military Flights Over Armenia

By David M. Herszenhorn MOSCOW — Russian fighter jets are conducting an increasing number of training flights over Armenia, a military spokesman said on Saturday, sending a clear warning that Russia could intervene at any moment should violence escalate further … Continue reading

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57,320 People Left Armenia for Good in Four Months

YEREVAN – A total of 57,320 people left and did not return to Armenia in the first four months of 2012, Haykakan Zhamanak daily writes. This number is publicized by the State Migration Service of the Territorial Administration Ministry. A … Continue reading

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Adrin Nazarian, Khacho Atchadjian and Greg Krikorian are Victorious

LOS ANGELES – Last Tuesday, June 5, elections were held in California and among the Armenia candidates who came out victorious in the primary are: Adrin Nazarian, 46th District. Katcho Atchadjian, 35th District. Greg Krikorian, 43rd District. They will campaign … Continue reading

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