Monthly Archives: August 2017

Sargsyan and Rohani Discuss Expansion of Activities Between Iran and Armenia

President Serzh Sargsyan, went to Tehran to attend the official swearing in ceremony of IRI President-elect Hassan Rohani. He met with President Rohani and they discussed various issues related to Armenia and Iran. The President of Iran first thanked President … Continue reading

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Legendary Iconic Football Coach Ara Parseghian Passes Away

SOUTH BEND–Iconic Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian passed away on Wednesday August 2nd. The 94 year old Parseghian, who coached the Fighting Irish from 1964-74, died at his home in Granger. On July 28, The Associated Press reported Parseghian … Continue reading

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Attorney Don Boyadjian is Running for 21st District Seat

GLENS FALLS–Don Boyadjian, a lawyer who recently moved from Saratoga County to Cambridge, in Washington County, announced his candidacy for Congress, becoming the fifth candidate seeking the Democratic nomination in the 21st Congressional District in 2018. “We’re interested in coming … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs Committee Rep. Brad Sherman Calls for Continued U.S Funding for Demining Artsakh

WASHINGTON, D.C — On July 25th, senior Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Armenian Caucus Member Representative Brad Sherman (D-CA), urged support for U.S funding for demining efforts in Artsakh during the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, … Continue reading

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Sevan Nisanyan’s Twitter Account Cracked by Turkish Hackers

The Turkish group of hackers identified as “Ayyildiz Tim” has cracked the Twitter account of Turkish-Armenian intellectual, travel writer, entrepreneur, and researcher Sevan Nisanyan, Ermenihaber reports. The source informs that according to CNN Turk, the hackers also tweeted on behalf … Continue reading

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Armenia Joins Fresh NATO Military Exercise in Georgia

Some 2800 troops from Armenia, Britain, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, Slovenia, Georgia, and the United States have begun a NATO major military exercise in Georgia. About 1600 U.S troops an 800 Georgia soldiers are taking part in the two-week exercise, dubbed … Continue reading

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