Armenian-Australian Gladys Berejiklian becomes first elected female Premier of New South Wales
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30 years after the devastating earthquake in Spitak
The cities of Spitak, Leninakan (now Gyumri), Kirovakan (now Vanadzor) and Stepanavan, as well as hundreds of villages were totally or partially destroyed. Twenty-five thousand people were killed, 500 thousand were left without shelter. 17% of the buildings were destroyed, the work of 170 industrial companies was halted.
Co-Chairs hope for resumption of dialogue between leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan
The Co-Chair countries welcomed the significant decrease in ceasefire violations and reported casualties following the conversation of the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan on the margins of the Commonwealth of Independent States’ summit in Dushanbe in September.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan: We have to push ourselves to the end
The former United midfielder was disappointed that the Gunners were unable to return from the north west with all three points after twice taking the lead, but said the team refused to buckle at the end, despite the physical exertions of Sunday's north London derby victory