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Anti-bailout protesters raise their open palms showing the word 'No' after Cyprus's parliament rejected a proposed levy on bank deposits in Nicosia March 19, 2013. REUTERS-Yorgos Karahalis

(Reuters) - 20 March 2013 - Cyprus's parliament overwhelmingly rejected a proposed levy on bank deposits as a condition for a European bailout on Tuesday, throwing international efforts to rescue the latest casualty of the euro zone debt crisis into disarray.
The vote in the tiny legislature was a stunning setback for the 17-nation currency bloc, thrusting it into uncharted waters; lawmakers in Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Italy have all accepted unpopular austerity measures over the last three years to secure European aid.
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VILNIUS, Lithuania - The Lithuania-Artsakh Parliamentary Friendship group, which includes members from five political factions from the Baltic country’s legislature, began its activities on Thursday.
Last week, Asbarez reported on the establishment of the group, which took place on February 26 following a conference entitled “Lithuania and Armenia: a look to the recent past” dedicated to the 25 anniversary of the democratic movements in Armenia and Lithuania and the National liberation struggle of the Armenians of Artsakh that took place in the Lithuanian Parliament, known as Seym.
Despite pressures from Azeri authorities, nine Members of Parliament signed the agreement to form the group. But on Thursday, the number of Lithuanian Parliament Members jumped to 12.
The names of participating Parliament Members were published in the official Web site of the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry. At the start of the session, the group’s President, Vitaoutas Gabsiz called on his fellow Parliament Members to join the group.
Former Lithuanian Interior Minister Audronoyus Ajubalis announced that the creation of such a group would hinder Lithuania’s foreign policy efforts, saying that the Azeri Ambassador to Lithuania had sent a protest note on the formation of this committee warning of the adverse impact on Azeri-Lithuanian relations. He added that such parliamentary groups are only formed with entities that are internationally recognized.
The parliamentary group’s founder Dangutė Mikutienė countered that statement by saying that there were already working groups within Seym that cooperate with unrecognized Republics.
“Lithuania is a democratic country and Seym members have a free mandate. They can establish friendly relations with other countries, among them nations that have not been internationally recognized,” said Mikutienė.
“Perhaps I should read the list of countries that have similar friendship groups, which have been approved by your [Ajubalis] party. They are Cuba, Taiwan, Chechnya and Tibet,” added Mikutienė.


YEREVAN, MARCH 11, ARMENPRESS. The deputies of the European Parliament started to send letters supporting those nine Lithuanian deputies who made a decision to create a friendship group with the Artsakh Republic. The first of them is the Chairman of the EU-Armenia friendship group of the European Parliament, Deputy from Cyprus Eleni Theocharous. The ARF-Dashnaktsutiun Europe Armenian Cause Office informed "Armenpress" about this.
The President of Europe Armenian Cause Office Gaspar Karapetyan stated: "The initiative of the Lithuanian deputies on creation of the friendship group with the Artsakh Republic must become an example for all those political figures, who keep preaching about the human rights defense and right to self-determination of the nations."
The nine Lithuanian deputies Dalia Kuodite, Dangute Mikutiene, Alma Monkauskaite, Vince Vaidevuye- Margeviciene, Orinta Leipute, Kestutis Masiulis, Algis Kaseta, and Provilas Urbsys remained loyal to their initiative to create a friendship group with the Artsakh Republic.


Nicosia - Gibrahayer e-magazine - March 2013 - The Armenian National Committee of Cyprus sent a letter to the honourable members of the Lithuanian Parliament congratulating them on their decision to form a parliamentary friendship group with Nagorno Karabakh Republic despite Azerbaijani’s hysterical provocations.
The Chairman of the ANC of Cyprus Hagop Kazandjian expressed the hope that the adopted declaration will become precedent for other Parliaments as well.
Kazandjian also congratulated long-time activist, Euro Parliament MP and the great supporter of the Armenian people Dr. Eleni Theocharous for extending her support to the nine Lithuanian Parliamentarians.


Greek President to visit ArmeniaPanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian met with Greek President Karolos Papoulias, as part of his official visit to Greece. President Papoulias hailed the high level of the political dialogue, stressing the need to activate economic cooperation. He briefed Minister Nalbandian on the steps aiming to overcome the consequences of the economic crisis. The two dwelt on Armenia-EU cooperation, Association Agreement talks, visa facilitation and creation of free trade zone.
Cooperation in the fields of education and culture were further discussed, with President Papoulias announcing intention to increase the number of quotas for Armenian students in universities.
The settlement of the Cyprus issue was also included on the agenda, with Minister Nalbandian reiterating Armenia’s position on the issue.


Raffi K. Hovannisian’s hunger strike continued at Liberty Square. During one of his speeches at a rally, Hovannisian denounced a statement released by the office of Catholicos Garegin II, the supreme leader of the Armenian Apostolic Church who was quick to congratulate Serzh Sargsyan a day after his "victory." The statement criticized Hovannisian’s hunger strike and democratic movement. “Church and state should not be appendages of one another,” Hovannisian said. “Do not politicize our church and insert the Virgin Mary into a civic struggle.”
Raffi Hovannisian also strongly condemned recent comments by European People’s Party (EPP) President Wilfried Martens for disgracing European values in his praise of Serzh Sargsyan’s election theft and his tone-deaf comments regarding the falsified election results. “How does he know that I expected 20 percent and must be happy with 37 percent? Whose script is he reading? You can guess,” Hovannisian said. “If this is Europe, then it looks like Armenia will have to teach Europe about the highest European values and not the other way around.”
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Turkish journalist Temel Demirer first fell afoul of the law when he stated, a day after Hrant Dink had been murdered, that: “Hrant Dink was not killed because he was Armenian but because he said that there had been an Armenian Genocide.”
For this, Demirer was sentenced under Article 301, with the prosecution demanding 2 years imprisonment.
At that time, changes in the controversial Article 301 had also reduced the maximal sentence for “denigrating the Turkish Nation, the Turkish Republic, its government or government institutions” to two years.
This trial had been postponed provided that, following Provisional Articles 1 and 2 of Law 6352, he would not “commit a new crime under Clause 1 within the next three years”.
Now, Demirer is to be retried for violating the same Artcile 301.
According to the police, after the first trial, Demirer declared the following in front of the court building:
“If I don’t say ‘There was an Armenian Genocide in Turkey’ or ‘the state in Turkey is a murderer’ for the next three years, I will be acquitted. Right now, five minutes after the trial, without waiting for three years, I say, ‘The state is the murderer of Hrant Dink’. I also say, ‘There was an Armenian Genocide in this country’. If the court, security forces or the Ministry of Injustice that postponed my trial do not open another trial, they will be committing a crime.”
Levent Kanat, Demirer’s lawyer, told Bianet that they had learned about the new inquiry in the news and had not received an official notification. For Kanat, the investigation is the result of a mentality that has not changed: “They say they are becoming more democratic, but that is not true.”


ARMENPRESS: Union of Sassoun Armenians operating in Istanbul has filed a lawsuit against Regional Directorate of Culture and Tourism of Batman and Beshir on charges of not maintaining churches and historical monuments of ethnic minorities. President of the Union Aziz Dağcı has substantiated the claim with the fact that local authorities don’t maintain Armenian Church of 14th century in Yenipınar village. He also noted that in a result the church has turned into a landfill, walls have been damaged and stones have been stolen by villagers.
As reports Armenpress, referring to Turkish, leader of Armenians of Sassoun noted in the interview with the web site that “authorities should protect the stones of some village houses, stolen from the historical church”.
“The Armenian Church in that village has turned into a landfill. The door has been stolen and the decorated stoned were stolen and used in the construction of nearby houses. We have filed a lawsuit in accordance with Article 63 of Turkish Constitution,” Dağcı said.


YEREVAN, ARMENPRESS: Yerevan - Van first charter flight is due on April 3. ''Narekavank tour'' company is set to launch the flight by European production air -crafts belonging to ''Bora jet'' air company. ''Narekavank tour'' touristic agency head Ashot Soghomonyan told Armenpress, there is a great demand both by Diaspora Armenians and local Armenians .''We are working on the initiative for already three years and finally we succeeded our goal, whereby the people who face difficulties when travelling by micro buses currently may travel by air- crafts composing 68 seats''. In the words of Soghomonyan, Yerevan - Van – Yerevan first charter tickets will be available started coming week and cost 250 dollars.
Yerevan - Van - Yerevan flights are scheduled twice in a week on Wednesday and Sunday.



click here to get a glimpse of SIPAN Dance Ensemble's practice session under choreographer Bedros Gharibyan


Elections for the Temagan body were held on Sunday, March 3 and the following were elected:
NICOSIA - Sebouh Tavitian, Arto Tellalian, Manoug Megerditchian, Haro Kouyoumdjian, George Torossian, Hagop Kasparian, Avedis Poshoghlian
LARNACA - Hagop Bohdjelian, Adour Karagullian, Stepan Haroutunian
LIMASSOL - Garbis Ferahian
FAMAGUSTA - Levon Arakelian
All the best and congratulations to the new body.


March 14, 2013- By Appo Jabarian - Executive Publisher / Managing Editor - USA Armenian Life Magazine - Ankara is fast at work to counter the wave of intra-national and international recognition of the Armenian Genocide. But is it successful?
Recently a damning Turkish documentary surfaced on unmasking the eight phases of the 1915-1923 Genocide.
Professor Ugur Ümit Üngör, a lecturer at the Department of History at Utrecht University and at the Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies in Amsterdam, revealed the Turkish-documented inner workings of Turkish-masterminded and executed government policies of mass deportations, dispossession, and annihilation against the Armenians then living under Ottoman yoke.
Personally I watched it at least half a dozen times. In the documentary Prof. Ungor clearly outlines the damning details of Turkey’s secret plans to exterminate the Armenians and to expropriate their real and personal properties as well as their ancestral homelands in Western Armenia.
Professor Ungor, author of the “Confiscation and Destruction: The Young Turk Seizure of Armenian Property (Continuum, 2011)” and the award-winning “The Making of Modern Turkey: Nation and State in Eastern Anatolia, 1913-1950 (Oxford University Press, 2011),” elaborated on “how Western Armenia became part of Turkish nation state. And he went on to illustrate how “the confiscation of the properties of Armenians” was carried out. He underlined the fact that “This process hasn’t really been studied.”
He contrasted it to other mass murders and Genocides, “such as the Holocaust, the Genocide in Bosnia and the one in Rwanda.”
He went on: “The Genocide was not one process. It was not just deportations; just massacres. But it was a whole range of destruction policies and I count at least eight of them. Then I’ll move on to discuss some of the laws such as confiscation, expropriation, and finally I would like to give an example of one Armenian business that was expropriated by Ottoman Young Turk government. .. In several cases (the processes) overlapping one another … geared into each other, they work together to produce the intended process of destruction.”
Then he went on to list the eight phases of the Armenian Genocide.
1) Firing of all Armenian civil servants in the Ottoman Empire
“Starting in early winter 1914, Talaat Pasha fired all the Armenian civil servants in the Empire starting with the police officers, civil servants, firemen, teachers – primary school teachers secondary school teachers. All Armenians were fired from the Turkish bureaucracy,” noted Prof. Ungor.
2) Decapitation
“Talaat and company then moved on to the second phase of the process which was decapitation, and this was of course the infamous arrests of April 24, 1915 paving the way to the complete decapitation of the Armenian elite in Istanbul and was replicated in the provinces,” he said.
He continued: “I’d like to say two things and I think this is extremely important, first of all these were extremely systematic; there were lists of the men to be arrested and executed and of course these lists were sent back to Istanbul for corroboration. Secondly this was extremely a fast process. Time flies especially in the Armenian Genocide. In matter of weeks complete elite of the Armenian community of the Empire – cultural intelligentsia; economic intelligentsia; religious intelligentsia were destroyed.”
Then he showed two photographs, the first one depicting Krikor Zohrab, a famous writer, an Ottoman Armenian member of the Ottoman Parliament headquartered in Istanbul; the second depicting Mikael Khachaturian, the Bishop of Malatya.
Then he drew sharp contrasts between the two men: “It was interesting to study the biographies of two very different men.– Krikor Zohrab, very critical of the church and very liberal; and Bishop Khachaturian, a very pious, very spiritual and strong believer in the Christian faith. Both of them were arrested. Both of them were murdered. I think this is quite important — two very different individuals that have nothing in common except for the fact that they were Armenians. And this is the essence of the Genocide – reducing people to their ethnic identity.”
3) “The third phase was heralded through the deportations. On 23 May, exactly one month after the massive arrests of the elite, Talaat Pasha ordered complete deportation of all Armenians into the Syrian desert of Deir-ez-Zor. And this is also important because this order was published and we found the official document in the Ottoman archives in which they ordered this and which in itself is a genocidal order for the complete deportation of the civilian population into the desert,” he underlined.

4) “The fourth phase was the dispossession process. Between May and November 1915, Talaat Pasha issued four decrees in the form of laws — and of course they had nothing to do with the laws. For laws, you need to have a legal process; separation of powers. That was not the case because it was a dictatorship. He began with a deportation order and the first order which was about deporting all of the Armenians contained provision that Armenians could bring along everything they wanted. ‘So you have a house; you have lands to sell. You can take the money with you and then you can go to the Deir-ez-Zor where you will be resettled.’ That sounded promising. But then of course the new decrees reversed this policy. In June 1915, the government established Abandoned Property Commissions and these were really organizations to assault the Armenian economy. With one decision, all of the properties were officially handed over or transferred to the government. So they took the decision and they had to fine tune it so they took more decisions. One in September 1915, when they delegated the implementation of this huge plan to three Ministries – the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Justice because they understood that this is a huge process. And who’s going to organize it? These three Ministries! And they of course had a record of all these properties and they corresponded among each other. And we have correspondences. They are in the Ottoman archives in Istanbul. I looked at them extensively,” he asserted.
5) “The fifth phase was mass murder. From the summer of 1915 on, the special units began murdering Armenian civilians throughout the Empire. So far we had very little information of these men of the organization “Tashkilat al Mahsusa”. What kind of organization was this? How was it set up? I found this document – a photo in the archives of the Ottoman government. It was interesting to see that all of them were dressed in the same uniforms. And secondly, even more important, they’re standing in front of the War Ministry in Istanbul. So no longer can the government say that we have nothing to do with these – with Chechens running wild, and posing for photographs in front of the War Ministry. The building still exists. It is now converted into a military museum in Istanbul. And the list goes on,” he added.
6) “The sixth phase of the Genocide was forced assimilation. The absorption of women and children into the Turkish households. This is also significant in the genocidal process because it was an assault on cultural identity of people. By making sure that people could not reproduce; could not continue to perpetuate their identity. It is an assault on an abstract idea of culture embodied in these individuals. This is the essence of what Genocide is. Men were separated from women. Children were separated from their parents breaking up the most essential ties in human beings,” he further noted.

7) “Then we had the seventh phase of the Genocide – the famine crime. Starting in 1916 on those Armenians were forced into Deir-ez-Zor and were pushed into organized artificial famine zones. People were put into the region where (the Turkish soldiers) prohibited bread from reaching the victims. And this is extremely important. You can distinguish what makes it genocidal. The Turkish people that were living in Deir-ez-Zor were given bread. The Armenians were prohibited to buy bread. Why did they do that? Of course there is no question about the intention behind this policy. And I’m still not finished,” he emphasized.
“The final phase of the Genocide was the assault on material culture and architecture. Starting from 1915 on there was a policy that was continued well into the 1920′s when the Turkish government continued destroying churches and monasteries. And here’s only one example: Sourp Hovhannes (monastery) in Alashkert (he showed an old photo depicting the church in Alashkert on the left and also showed a new photo of the same location depicting a destroyed church then he said: “And what is left of the monastery was the foundation only. And you can clearly see that this is the same place. Some of my students have asked me, how to know if this is the same place? He responded: “I’ll show it to you. The black stripe here in the mountain (in the background of the church), and these are the foundations of this monastery,” he illustrated.
Speaking of the entire eight processes he said: “Together and only together they produce a coherent process of destruction. By the end of the war there were approximately 2900 Armenian settlements that were depopulated by about a million Armenians because they were dead. I’d like to move on to the dispossession policy. These eight phases have to be studied and in fact they are studied in details.”
I must acknowledge that this article in no way is an adequate report on the monumental work done by Prof. Ungor. Watch the video on at the following link: The presentation is in English with Turkish subtitles. Please share it with your friends. One needs to get further acquainted with Prof. Ungor’s works in order to grasp the magnitude of his revelations.
As well-informed members of the new Turkish generation emerge, denialist Turks see the walls of silence falling around them.




YEREVAN, March 7, 2013 (AFP) - The guitarist of British rock band Black Sabbath, Tony Iommi, has composed the music for Armenia's entry to this year's Eurovision song contest, the performers said Thursday.
"Iommi's rock ballad 'Lonely Planet' will be performed by Armenian rock singer Gor Sujyan and his band, Dorians," the group's spokeswoman Diana Hovannisyan told AFP.
"The manager of the Dorians asked Tony Iommi to write a song for the Armenian participants of Eurovision and he kindly accepted the request," she said.
The Dorians "are a good band, the singer has a really good voice and the lyrics they've written are in English," the founding member of Black Sabbath wrote on his website.
Iommi has been involved in charitable activities in Armenia since 1988, when a devastating earthquake hit the small Caucasus country, killing up to 45,000 people and leaving another 500,000 homeless.
The Eurovision Song Contest, which is broadcast across Europe but also in dozens of other countries, takes place in the southwestern Swedish city of Malmo on May 18.
Ranked number 25 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time," Iommi is best known as the founder and member of pioneering heavy metal band Black Sabbath from Birmingham.
According to his official biography, Iommi continues writing for Black Sabbath, despite undergoing chemo- and radiotherapy after being diagnosed with lymphoma in 2012.
Armenia withdrew from last year's Eurovision contest in neighbouring Azerbaijan, its bitter foe, citing security concerns. It has been relatively successful in the contest, coming fourth in 2008.


► Anderoutian verche aysbes gella...
► Am I the only one who sees that as creepy?
► these stairs miss students studying there...they don;t miss models and brands to advertise their fashion!
► I agree ... about students being there... but I am glad this photo was taken ... at least I got to see them one more time ...
► Yes el voch miayn sirum em ayl harkum em mer Himnargutyune.
► I miss Melkonian.
► Tbrotse kotsetsin yev hima poz%^&%tsi tartsoutsin?
► Ays martike voyeve pani chen havadar patsi tramen?
► Bravo AGBU yev irents Gibrosi khamajignere.
► Yete arit ounenayin irents mayrigen al ge "vartseyin"
► Tavajan Parekordzagan. Tkem irents jagadin
► Paregortsagan, yesal teknem anounit.
► Its sick .. but I never expected anything more from these people ...
► This really shouldn't shock me, but certainly won't stop me from being disgusted by them. Such a low point mal%^&kes!
► Don’t blame AGBU for this... there are a FEW PEOPLE who are to blame... they beefed up their bank accounts, trotted around the world and no one knows about it... and SADLY some.
► We are all proud to have pictures on those stairs :))
► For the past 5 years I
don’t respect anybody among Armenians any more, and i don’t respect any Armenian organization and their leaders either, I don’t respect the twin Armenian Catholicoses either. To me starting from the AGBU and their liars...
► and this is what they brought it down to!
► Not liking this one little bit.
► That is the closet that I painted in 1997 in the chemistry lab..
► I must say the photo shoot is well done ... but it breaks my heart to see, once a cradle to Armenian generations is not an empty ghost town...
► ghosts at Melkonian...?
► Can someone please give this girl a sandwich?
► Breaks my heart
► so did anyone get paid for this?
► That's MY question also!! hmmm .. let me think
► this is not beautiful and not a master piece!!! this is our school and they are using for completely different purposes than it was made for!! they have no right using our classrooms like that!! she looks sad in her face but she has no idea how our faces looked like the day we found out that our school will be closing down! this place has nothing to do with fashion and sexy!! it’s about history and what it represents! this is a shame to the Melkonian spirit!!!
► she fainted??? she saw the ghost of Melkonian brothers turning in their graves?

► Thats the closet that I painted in 1997 in the chemistry lab..
► tragic! if she's waiting for the chemistry teacher to come back...she'll end up being skeleton in the biology room!
► She already looks like one
► This photo shoot (whatever its intentions; either good or bad) is entirely inappropriate!


STOCKHOLM, Sweden - (Armenian Weekly) Turkey’s notorious Genocide denier and its European Union Ambassador Egemen Bagis has compared the Assyrian Genocide, known as Seyfo, to masturbation, during a discussion with a Swedish parliament member at an event earlier this year organized by Assyrians, reported the Assyrian Television Channel
Bagis, who was attending an event organized by several Assyrian organizations in the Swedish capital turned to Swedish member of parliament Yilmaz Gerimo and said: “What are you Assyrians looking to gain by using the Seyfo question as masturbation and trumpeted it in the media and the Swedish Parliament?”
According to reporter Dikran Ego, who first reported the incident, Bagis himself broke the uncomfortable silence that ensued, by apologizing to Turkish Ambassador to Sweden Zergun Koruturk, saying that perhaps his remarks were inappropriate to say in the presence of a woman—the Swedish parliament member, Gerimo.
This is not the first time that Bagis has insulted the victims of the many Genocides committed by Turks.

next upcoming community event:
The next literary evening organised by Hamazkayin Cyprus Oshagan Chapter is dedicated to the playwright, novelist and poet, Levon Shant.
It will be held on Wednesday, 20 March at 8pm.
As always, wine and nibbles will be offered.

► Sunday 10 March 2013 at 1:00 pm - Michink LUNCH organised by Armenian Relief Society (HOM) Cyprus "Sosse" Chapter at Homenetmen/AYMA. Entrance fee €10.00 - Children 6-12 €5.00. Table Reservations with Rozine Momdjian 99515791, Tsoler Geukdjian 96232320.
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► Wednesday 13 March at 7:00pm - Lecture/Presentation organised by the Armenian Relief Society's Cyprus "Sosse" Chapter - "Diabetes, prevention, diagnosis, treatment." The Guest speaker will be Dr. Doros Polydorou Endocrinologist and Diabetologist, Doctor of General Pathology, Professor of the Medical School - St George Universal of London Medical School in Cyprus M. B.Ch.B, MRCP (UK), CCT (UK), SCE, BsC. The lecture is open to all.
► Friday 15 March 8:00 pm at Latsia Municipal Theatre - Hamazkayin's SIPAN Dance Ensemble will take place in the farewell event of the Slovak Ambassador at the Latsia Municipal Theatre in collaboration with the Maronite Choir and Bi-communal choir of Cyprus. (Image below)

Saturday 23 March at 4:00 pm - POSTPONED - Easter Tea & Tombola organised by Armenian Relief Society (HOM) Cyprus "Sosse" Chapter at Homenetmen / AYMA.
Sunday 24 March 2013 - Dzaghgazart ceremonies in all churches in Limassol, Nicosia and Larnaca. Jamerkoutiun at 8:45am, Sourp Badarak 9:30am, Karoz at 10:30am, Tapor with the participation of children at 11:15am and Trnpatsek at 6:00pm
Tuesday 26 March - Hishadag Dase Gouiserou Jamerkoutiun at 5:00pm
Thursday 28 March - Sourp Badarak at 10:30 am, Vodnleva at 5:00pm, Gark Khavarman at 8:00pm
Friday 29 March - Gark Taghman at 7:00pm
Saturday 30 March - Jamerkoutiun at 5:00pm, Entertsouadzner at 5:30pm, Sourp Badarak at 6:00pm
Sunday 31 March - Jamerkoutiun at 9:00am, Sourp Badarak at 10:00 am, Karoz at 11:00am
► Sunday 31 March - Dinner Dance organised by Homenetmen - AYMA.
► Saturday 11 May at 7:00 pm - SIPAN & NANOR Dance Group's performance at Strovolos Municipal Theatre. Organised by Hamazkayin's Cultural and Educational Association's Cyprus "Oshagan" Chapter, followed by dinner at Homenetmen - AYMA.
► Sunday 19 May - Pilgrimage St. Magar Monastery organised by the office of Armenian Representative.
► Friday 24 May 2013 - KRAVADZ OR - Mayrerou Or organised by the Ladies Committee of Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church - Details to follow
► Sunday 26 May - KRAVADZ OR - "Sosse" Cyprus Chapter of The Armenian Relief Society (HOM)
► Saturday 19 October - KRAVADZ OR - Sourp Asdvadzadzin Choir (daregan hantes)
► Saturday 9th November 2013 – KRAVADZ OR – Office Armenian Representative.


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Cyprus Tennis Umpire Kevork Palandjian receive a Special Award from the Cyprus Tennis Federation at the "Day of Tennis" Ceremony on 8 February 2013 in Nicosia for his services on the Cyprus tennis courts
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