Monthly Archives: January 2018

Thank You Armenian Bar Association for Reacting to Noah’s Insulting Remarks

A few weeks ago, on January 8,2018, Trevor Noah insulted the Armenians during the television program “The Daily Show” by calling the Armenians “filthy Armenians”. He was criticizing US President Donald Trump for writing on Twitter the following. “Actually, throughout … Continue reading

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Mike Sarian of Glendale Donates $10 Million Medical Equipment to Armenian Defense Ministry

Armenian Defense Minister Vigen Sargsyan visited the Central base of medicines and medical property of Defense Ministry on January 25. The minister got acquainted with the medical equipment donated to Armenian Armed Forces by American Armenian benefactor Mike Sarian. The … Continue reading

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French President Emmanuel Macron Vows Continued Support for Armenia

France will continue to maintain warm relations with Armenia and support it in the international arena. French President Emmanuel Macron id after holding talks with his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sargsyan in Paris on Tuesday January 23. Macron also described as … Continue reading

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Matt Vasgersian Joins ESPN’s New Sunday Night Baseball Broadcast Team

By Jeff Sanders Former Padres TV play-by-play voice Matt Vasgersian will join 14-time All-Star Alex Rodriguez and analyst Jessica Mendoza to form ESPN’s new Sunday Night Baseball broadcast team. Currently a studio host and announcer for MLB Network, Vasgersian will … Continue reading

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Armen Sargsyan Named as RPA Candidate for the Fourth President of Armenia

Former Prime Minister of Armenia, Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Armen Sargsyan was named the ruling Republican Party’s (RPA) candidate for Armenia’s next president. As the press department at the President’s Office reported, President Serzh Sargsyan held last Friday, a … Continue reading

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Historian Taner Akcam’s New Book Includes ‘Smoking Gun’ of Armenian Genocide

By Siranush Ghazanchyan In his groundbreaking new book “Killing Orders: Talat Pasha’s Telegrams and the Armenian Genocide,” due out March 2018, Clark University historian Taner Akcam destroys the Turkish government’s denial strategy, according to an article by Angele Bazydio, the … Continue reading

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Armenia Needs $2.5 Billion for Modernization of Sewage and Sanitation Systems

The full modernization of Armenia’s sewage and waste water sanitation systems, including the construction of new stations, will cost some $2.5 billion, the country’s nature protection minister Artsvik Minasyan said today when presenting a string of amendments to the Water … Continue reading

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Armenia Supported by IMF Over Three Years in Resisting Outside Shocks

The International Monetary Fund’s program for 2014-2017 has supported the Armenian authorities’ policy aimed at warding off consequence of outside shocks – decline in Russia’s economy and devaluation of the Russian national currency, Yulia Ustyugova, IMF Resident Representative in Armenia, … Continue reading

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Victoria Bedrossian Wilson Appointed L.A Superior Court Judge by Gov. Jerry Brown

California Governor Jerry Brown appointed Victoria Bedrossian Wilson, 48, of Los Angeles, to a judgeship in Los Angeles Superior Court. Wilson has been a Supervising Deputy Attorney General at the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General since … Continue reading

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Aivazovsky Painting Sold for $874,000 in Prague Auction

Ivan Aivazovsky’s painting “Storm” was sold for 15 million korunas (about $705 thousand) at Prague auction, the Arthouse Hejtmanek gallery’s representative Jana Bryndova, told reporters. The painting, dated 1898, came up for auction from one of Prague’s private art collections. … Continue reading

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