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VarietyMOSCOW -- Armenia's candidate for best foreign language Oscar is Natalia Belyauskene's ''If Only Everyone,'' a film about how in war there are no winners. Dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Caucasian country's independence and its army, the film...
The U.S. embassy in Armenia joined those in at least six other nations on Wednesday in warning of possible anti-American protests following the attack on the consulate in Libya that killed an ambassador and three other officials. While the embassy,...
In his letter "The U.S. should back off its criticism of Azerbaijan's handling of the Safarov case" (Sept. 10), Emil Israfilbek displays very concerning signs of lack of compassion and understanding for human rights, by writing that he is unable to...
Roughly 400 people protested Thursday outside the consulates of Hungary and Azerbaijan, decrying the release and pardon of an Azerbaijani soldier convicted of killing an Armenian military officer with an ax. The murder of Gurgen Markarian occurred in...
Tags: Politics, Heads of State, Hungary, Paul Krekorian, Murder
The Glendale Historical Society recognized those who have made strides in preserving the treasured past of the city during a summer meeting Aug. 18 at the Alex Theatre. President Greg Grammer presented the awards. The Armenian Consulate in Los Angeles,...
A 29-year-old Glendale man who was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport upon returning from Armenia on an outstanding $1.1-million arrest warrant pleaded not guilty this week to drugs and theft related charges, officials said. The man, Alen...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Police Arrests, Heroin, Trials
"The Sandcastle Girls" by Chris Bohjalian, Doubleday, 320 pages, $25. "How do a million and a half people die with nobody knowing? You kill them in the middle of nowhere." This is a story of a massacre that you probably know nothing about; the...
Outrage over the fatal beating of a military doctor in Armenia spread to Glendale Thursday, with nearly 100 people descending on the Armenian consulate to demand the perpetrators be held accountable. According to news reports, 33-year-old army doctor...
Last month, a handful of military doctors walked into the extravagant Harsnakar restaurant located in the outskirts of the Armenian capital of Yerevan and never managed to walk out. A violent fight over dress codes, allegedly with the restaurant's...
Within moments of stepping into Gevork Kazanchyan's Eagle Rock home, his mother Mary has placed a copper-colored jazzve of Armenian coffee on the stove. “How sweet would you like it?” she asks with a smile. A demitasse of the ultra-potent brew...
A group of students set out to understand the deep-rooted tension between Armenians and Turks in the wake of the continuing disputes over the 1915 Armenian genocide. After spending 10 days traveling around the two countries, talking to politicians,...
Tags: Genocide, Massacres, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Israel, Turkey
More than 140 people suffered burns or other injuries Friday in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia, when bunches of balloons at a concert and political rally exploded. The balloons were supposed to be filled with helium but may have instead been...
Tags: Health, Music, Concerts, Yerevan (Armenia), Injuries and Wounds
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