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  1. Armenia of tomorrow will be an information society equipped with advanced technologies – President

    09.21 / 22:12 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    On the occasion of the 26th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Armenia, President Serzh Sargsyan has held a festive reception at Administrative Complex of the Ministry of Defense. During the reception, Armenia’s president read  out a congratulatory message on the occasion of Independence Day. President of the Republic of Artsakh, Mr. Bako Sahakyan, Your Holiness Catholicos of All Armenians and Supreme Patriarch Karekin II, Your Holiness Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia A…
  2. Canadian PM’s statement on Armenia’s Independence Day

    09.21 / 22:12 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement in recognition of Armenia’s Independence Day: “Today, we join the people of Armenia and members of the Armenian community in Canada and around the world to celebrate the anniversary of Armenia’s independence. “Canada and the Republic of Armenia enjoy a dynamic and friendly relationship, built upon shared values of justice, democracy and freedom, people-to-people connections, and our collabo…
  3. ‘Most exciting Roman mosaic for 50-years’ is discovered in Berkshire

    09.14 / 22:10 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    One of the most spectacular Roman mosaics ever discovered in Britain has been uncovered during a community archeology project, The Telegraph reports. The exquisitely detailed strip was found during a dig in a field near the village of Boxford in Berkshire. Experts have already described it as the most exciting mosaic discovery in Britain for the last 50-years. Featuring the Greek hero Bellerophon riding the winged horse Pegasus, the mosaic, which dates from around AD 380, was uncovered by v…
  4. Blogger Lapshin departs from Azerbaijan to Israel

    09.14 / 22:10 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    Blogger Alexander Laphsin, who was granted a pardon by the Azerbaijani president on Monday, has left the country, TASS reports. On September 11, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed an order pardoning Lapshin, who had been sentenced to three years behind bars over his visit to Artsakh. In late July, Lapshin, who holds Russian and Israeli passports, requested the Azerbaijani Justice Ministry that he be extradited to Israel. Lapshin was detained in the Belarusian capital of Minsk in…
  5. Jivan Avetisyan’s ‘The Last Inhabitant’ screened at Venice Film Festival

    09.14 / 22:10 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    Armenian filmmaker Jivan Avetisyan’s “The Last Inhabitant” was screened on September 5 at the Venice Production Bridge of the Venice International Film Festival in Italy ahead of its release in the U.S. on September 15, Asbarez reports. As the Fish Eye Art Cultural Foundation reported in a release, the film screening was held at the initiative of the organization’s Italian partner Blue Knowledge Association and personally its Director Orietta Trevisanato Zampieri. The event was carried out …
  6. “Architecture Week” festival to take place in Yerevan for the first time

    09.14 / 22:10 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    The conceptual part of “Architecture Week” festival will take place in Armenia this year, Panorama.am reports.   “Architecture Week” is an annual international festival of architecture and urban planning that has been taking place in Prague throughout 10 years. It deals with the most extraordinary projects in architecture, urban planning, landscape and other related spheres. The festival includes lectures, a professional conference, urban walking, film screening and other activities. T…
  7. Donald Trump makes deal with Democrats to protect young immigrants

    09.14 / 22:10 armradio.am Armradio.am - Politics
    President Donald Trump has agreed to a plan with top Democratic leaders to protect thousands of young immigrants from deportation, Deutsche Welle reports. Congressional Democratic leaders said Wednesday they had struck a deal with President Donald Trump to protect thousands of young immigrants from deportation. The agreement will also see increased security at the US-Mexico border, though it does not include funding for Trump’s sought-after border wall. Last week Trump announced his d…