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ESMT Berlin students to propose ideas for Gyumri
The Friendship Park reflects the idea of cohesion, friendship and devotion to all countries and nations that helped Armenia during the earthquake of 1988. The project aims at redeveloping the former Friendship Park located next to Charles Aznavour Square in Gyumri by transforming it into a unique public recreation area
‘A Journey of Angels': New Armenian Genocide musical to debut in June
Based on the novel My Mother’s Voice by Dr. Kay Mouradian, “A Journey of Angels” tells the story of an impassioned, 14-year-old Armenian girl named Flora, who dreams of furthering her education at the American Missionary school and traveling to far-away places to experience the diversity of the world.
Advancing relations with the U.S. a priority, Armenian PM says
David Price thanked the Prime Minister for the warm welcome and hospitality shown to the Congressional delegation. Hailing the reforms underway in Armenia, he noted that the HDP stands ready to promote a culture of parliamentary activities in Armenia through exchange of experience and consultation, as well as to strengthen the U.S.-Armenia relations and inter-parliamentary cooperation
Next meeting of Armenian, Azerbaijani FMs could be held in one of MG co-chairing countries
Naghdalyan said that “announcing a meeting in one of the co-chairing countries beforehand is disrespect for the participants of the process, but first of all, for the given co-chair.”
Facebook says it uploaded email contacts of up to 1.5 million users
In March, Facebook had stopped offering email password verification as an option for people who signed up for the first time, the company said. There were cases in which email contacts of people were uploaded to Facebook when they created their account, the company said.
New York police arrest man with petrol in St Patrick's Cathedral
He spilt gasoline on the ground and officers took him into custody. Deputy police commissioner John Miller noted that the "suspicious" incident occurred just two days after a fire gutted Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.