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    Mystical settlement discovered in the Lake Sevan. Scuba diver journalist’s research (video, series of photos)
    Nov09

    Mystical settlement discovered in the Lake Sevan. Scuba diver journalist’s research (video, series of photos)

    For the past two months, the research team of scuba divers comprised of Artak Elmasakyan, Rafael Mkrtchyan, Armenia’s Public Television journalist Anna Martikyan and Associate of Biological Sciences Ivan Gabrielyan carry out visual research on the bottom of the Lake Sevan. In an interview with Aravot.am, Anna Martikyan said that Sevan...

    Ilgar Velizade: One should expect no revision of Azerbaijan’s relations with EU and U.S.
    Nov09

    Ilgar Velizade: One should expect no revision of Azerbaijan’s relations with EU and U.S.

    Do you expect any changes in the foreign political policy of Azerbaijan, particularly, in the country’s relations with the EU and the US following the parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan? Azerbaijan is a presidential republic and according to the Constitution, the foreign policy is determined by the President, not the Parliament, like in...

    Khoja film to be screened in Kiev
    Nov09

    Khoja film to be screened in Kiev

    Khoja by Azerbaijani filmmaker Vahid Mustafayev will be screened in Ukraine. The premiere is scheduled for Novebver 26 in Kiev. Khoja is a tragedy and greatness of two loving hearts. It tells about the heroism of ordinary people. …read more Source:...

    Nazarbayev, Business Leaders Visit UK, Ink $5 Billion in Agreements
    Nov09

    Nazarbayev, Business Leaders Visit UK, Ink $5 Billion in Agreements

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s visit to London on Nov. 3-4, resulted in agreements worth more than $5 billion across fields, such as energy, pharmaceuticals, aviation and financial consulting. During the President met with Her Majesty the Queen,...

    New EBRD Regional Report Predicts Lower Economic Growth for Much of Central Asia
    Nov09

    New EBRD Regional Report Predicts Lower Economic Growth for Much of Central Asia

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is predicting lower growth for most of Central Asia in its most recent Regional Economic Prospects report, forecasting average growth of 3.8 percent for this year and 3.9 percent in 2016, far...

    Madrid loses 1st game at Sevilla, Barca takes lead with win
    Nov09

    Madrid loses 1st game at Sevilla, Barca takes lead with win

    Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo looks down during the La Liga soccer match against Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, in Seville, Spain on Sunday. (AP/Angel Fernandez)Real Madrid lost the Spanish league lead and its first game of the season as Sevilla mounted a 3-2 comeback on Sunday, letting Barcelona take over top spot in the...

    Ukraine famine
    Nov09

    Ukraine famine

    WASHINGTON: A monument commemorating the millions of Ukrainians who died during a Soviet-era famine was unveiled in the US capital on Saturday, in a c …read more Source: The News...

    Ukraine famine memorial established in Washington
    Nov08

    Ukraine famine memorial established in Washington

    …read more Source: Taipei...

    MH17 families plan Dutch memorial for victims
    Nov08

    MH17 families plan Dutch memorial for victims

    THE HAGUE: The families who lost loved ones in the shooting down of flight MH17 Saturday began voting on where to build a national memorial in the Netherlands to honour the dead. Three proposals were unveiled Saturday for monuments to remember the 298 people, mostly Dutch nationals, killed in the 2014 air disaster. Dutch-led investigators...

    US defence chief warns of conflict in S. China Sea
    Nov08

    US defence chief warns of conflict in S. China Sea

    SIMI VALLEY: US defence secretary Ashton Carter on Saturday warned that land reclamation efforts and a military build-up in the South China Sea could lead to conflict between nations in the region. Speaking at a defence forum at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California, the Pentagon chief also said America was adapting its military...

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