For Artsakh

Thank you so much for unifying with us for a great and worthy cause.With your help we raised just over 28k, which we've rounded up to 30k.The total has now been sent to Armenia Fund, a humanitarian organization providing on the ground aid for the Republic of Artsakh.“Once we stand shoulder to shoulder, we can move mountains” Armenian proverb

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BREAKING: Azerbaijan President Discovers Armenian Apricot in His Kitchen

On Wednesday afternoon proud owner of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev returned to this Baku apartment to find an Armenian apricot on his kitchen counter.

Aliyev had just returned home from surfing in the Caspian Sea, when he came face to face with his least favourite fruit.

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First Yerevan to Van Flight Takes Place

For a brief 35 minutes, it was as if the closed border between Turkey and Armenia did not exist: a direct flight took off in Yerevan and landed in Van, the first of its kind. It was an unprecedented journey from one current capital of Armenia to another, more historical one.
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Armenians Gather to Protest Being Labelled Filthy

  On the evening of January 8th 2018, Comedian and host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah was accused of referring to Armenians as “filthy” in a joke made during his show.       The Glendale Police department were immediately notified. Officers spoke to eye witnesses who confirmed they had not seen anything because the punchline had gone over their head.  However, news of Armenians being un-clean had already begun circulating on social media. Protest groups were quick to mobilize. A spokesman for the Armenian Bureau of Outlandish Demands stated that they would like Trevor Noah to apologize, resign as host and...

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The World to Come: Q&A With Hip Hop Artist Danny Krikorian

Music is the only thing that really makes sense to Danny K. The Riyadh-born hip hop artist and producer based in Florida who is both Syrian and Armenian recently released his self-produced debut album, “The World to Come,” playfully unpacking his multi-pronged identity and paying tribute to his roots through lyrics and melodies that give the often complicated issues of finding out who you really are a refreshing new take. Though “The World to Come” is his largest project to date, Krikorian, who immigrated to the U.S. when he was 7-years-old, has always looked to music for solace. “Whenever the...

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