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Eduard Ghazaryan’s Micro Miniature Works of Art.
Suicide Rate Grows in Armenia, Most Suicides Committed by the Unemployed.
Yerevan to host premiere staging of Aida opera by Verdi on December 23.
Donors Bring Support to the Tavush Region in time for Christmas.
Peter Balakian Presents His Books on The Armenian Genocide.
IT Homework: New System Helps Parents Keep up with Children’s Class Work via Internet.
Areg Azatyan Receives Award at Henri Vernoy Literary Festival.
Palme d'Or holder Serge Avedikian Will Embody Sergei Parajanov.
Thumbs Up Year for Film: Cinema Center Director Says 2010 a Success.
New Canvas by Vardges Surenyants Discovered.
National Geographic’s Quest for The Holy Spear in Armenia.
The Cat and the Poet.
In Memoriam: J. Michael Hagopian, 97, Genocide Survivor and Filmmaker.
Armenian Language and Literature to be Taught in University of Igdir.
Armenian Architects’ Exhibition of 19th-20th Century Kicked off in Istanbul.
Hurriyet. Would There Be Istanbul, If There Were No Armenians?
In Memory of John Lennon: Beatlemania in Soviet Union Lifted the Iron Curtain.
5,500-Year-Old Moccasin Among 2010 Most Amazing Discoveries.
1050th Anniversary of Ani the Ancient Armenian Capital to be Celebrated in 2011.
In Memory of Innocent Victims and Merciful Hearts.
Philip Hagopian: My Paintings Show Versatility of Life.
“Spartacus” Titled Winner of “Ballet of 21st Century”.