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Artur Papyan
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Journalist, Blogger, IT and New Media Consultant
Journalist, Blogger, IT and New Media Consultant

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I’ve made this little map here to give an idea of what is the situation like in Yerevan’s Erebuni district for 5 days now. The borders in Sari Tagh are drawn from my conversations with journalists’ who have visited the area. The whole crisis situation has…
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Members of a radical opposition group have taken hostages in one of Yerevan’s police departments.
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Poll: Parliamentary Elections in Armenia
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UBUNTU - "I am, because we are!"

An anthropologist proposed a game to African tribe kids. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told them, that whoever got there first won the sweet fruits.

When he told them to run, they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them, why they had run like that as one could have had all the fruits for himself, they said: "How can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?"

UBUNTU in the Xhosa culture means: "I am, because we are!"

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I just had a discussion with some Armenian friends about Armenian drinks and remembered about this really fun episode of the Jack Maxwell’s documentary series “Booze Traveler” for the Travelchannel, in which he explores Armenian culture of alcoholic…
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Armenia’s Iveta Mukuchyan had a pretty good performance last night at the Eurovision 2016 international song contest, which helped Armenia qualify for the finals, where Iveta will be performing along with representatives of other semi-final…
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The march kicked off in Yerevan’s Freedom square with burning of Turkish and Azerbaijani flags. The procession went through downtown Yerevan and concluded at the eternal fire of Tsitsernakabert, the Armenian Genocide Memorial.
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