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Յաղթանակի Եռատօնը Արժանապատիւ Շուքով Նշուեցաւ Արցախի Մէջ

«Մենք Մեր Կեանքն Ու Ազատութիւնը, Մեր Իրաւունքներն Ու Արժանապատուութիւնը Չենք Զոհաբերեր Եւ Պիտի Չզոհաբերենք»
Շեշտեց Նախագահ Սարգսեան

Աշխատանքային այցելութեամբ Արցախի Հանրապետութիւն գտնուող նախագահ Սերժ Սարգսեան երէկ մայրաքաղաք Ստեփանակերտի եւ  Շուշի քաղաքներուն մէջ մասնակցեցաւ Յաղթանակի տօնի, Արցախի Հանրապետութեան պաշտպանութեան բանակի կազմաւորման եւ Շուշիի ազատագրութեան 25-ամեակին նուիրուած ձեռնարկներուն:

The curious case of ageing: why would we want to live forever?

Sarah Berry

We’re living twice as long as we were a century ago, but for many it’s not enough. Quite a few of us wouldn’t mind tacking on a couple more decades to hit our own century. Quite a few more wouldn’t mind batting a couple of centuries into the ball park of life or, to end ageing forever.   

Juventus reach Champions League final with complete win over Monaco

This semifinal was billed as defense vs attack, but in Turin on Tuesday it was more men vs boys as Juventus showed the full range of their capabilities. The Italians beat Monaco 2-1 to book their place in the final.

First 10 Eurovision finalists selected

In an evening of strong entries and difficult choices at the first Eurovision semifinal in Kyiv, eight acts were nixed and 10 sent on to the finale on Saturday.
A number of this year’s favorites performed in the first semifinal in Kyiv on Tuesday evening. Qualifying for the final round on Saturday were Sweden, Belgium, Cyprus, Portugal, Poland, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Australia and Greece. Failing to take the hurdle were Iceland, the Czech Republic, Albania, Slovenia, Montenegro, Latvia, Georgia and Finland

Can coastal cities innovate their way out of sea level rise?

The Dutch are attempting to “climate-proof” their port city of Rotterdam by changing its relationship with water. Other delta cities around the world will also need to innovate if they are to survive sea level rise.

Dozens dead in ‘drastic’ uptick of cholera in Yemen

At least 34 people have died of cholera in just two weeks as aid groups struggle to reach patients. A sanitation workers’ strike has compounded the crisis.

ՀՀԿ-ՀՅԴ Համագործակցութեան Նոր Փաստաթուղթը Նոր Շեշտադրումներ Կ՛ունենայ. Արծուիկ Մինասեան

ԵՐԵՒԱՆ, «Նիուզ».- Երեքշաբթի, 9 Մայիսին, «Յաղթանակ» զբօսայգի այցելած բնապահպանութեան նախարար, ՀՅԴ անդամ Արծուիկ Մինասեան, լրագրողներու հարցումներուն պատասխանելով՝ յայտնեց, որ ՀՀԿ-ՀՅԴ համագործակցութեան մասին նոր փաստաթուղթը նոր շեշտադրումներ կ՛ունենայ:

German churches see rise in baptisms for refugees

Thousands of refugees in Germany are converting from Islam to Christianity, although it could carry a huge personal risk for them. Independent churches are especially seeing many new converts.

New giant bird-like dinosaur species discovered in smuggled fossil

A fossil dug up and smuggled in the early 1990s by Chinese farmers has finally revealed its secrets. A fossilized embryo shows what was inside the giant dinosaur eggs that were sold all over the wolrd.

Fake letters incite hatred ahead of North Rhine-Westphalia elections

Right-wing extremists in North Rhine-Westphalia recently sent local residents fake letters in an apparent effort to influence voters ahead of upcoming state elections. DW spoke to a recipient of one of these letters.

In blow to U.S.-Turkey ties, Trump administration approves plan to arm Syrian Kurds against Islamic State

By Missy Ryan, Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Karen DeYoung –  The Washington Post

Merkel: No voting in Germany for potential Turkish death penalty referendum

Merkel has said Turks won’t be able to vote on German soil on an issue that it “absolutely rejects.” Bringing back the death penalty in Turkey would effectively end any pretense over Turkey’s troubled EU bid.

Germany to strengthen sanctions against North Korea

Germany plans to tighten sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program in line with UN resolutions and EU laws. The North Korean embassy in Berlin will be banned from renting out its property to earn hard currency.

Supporters of jailed Christian governor Ahok rally in Indonesia

Thousands of protesters gathered in front of a Jakarta prison in support of the former Christian governor imprisoned for two years for blasphemy against Islam. The politician plans to appeal the verdict.

EU urges commitment to Iran nuclear deal

The EU’s foreign policy chief has hailed the 2015 multilateral nuclear deal with Iran as a “milestone,” which could set a precedent for resolving global issues through diplomacy.

Signs of a Bargain? Why Russia is for the Establishment of ‘Safe Zones’ in Syria

Following his talks with Turkish President Erdogan in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Wednesday, President Putin commented on the initiative to create so-called “de-escalation” zones in Syria. Russian political analysts have called it “sensational,” suggested what might be behind Russia’s consent to the initiative, and warned of potential dangers.

‘US seeking to demonize Russia with hacking accusations’

Several months after his inauguration as the US president, allegations of Russian meddling to change the election result in favor of Donald Trump continue to weigh in on his presidency. The FBI, the Senate and the House Intelligence Committees are still investigating Russia’s alleged interference in the US election and any possible ties between Trump’s associates and Moscow. Press TV has talked to Republican Virginia State Senator Richard Black, as well as research associate at MIT Security Studies Program Jim Walsh, to get their opinions on these accusations.

Palestinian activists slam Pizza Hut for mocking Barghouti

Palestinians have called for a worldwide boycott of the American food franchise, Pizza Hut, after its Israel branch ran an insulting advertisement that mocked Marwan Barghouti, the leader of a weeks-long mass Palestinian hunger strike.

Twenty things I wish I’d known about having a baby

Here are tips for navigating the childbirth maze – and the lack of choices

Louise Ní Chríodáin

Venezuelans plan to throw feces during anti-government rallies

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas to voice their support for President Nicolas Maduro, as anti-government protesters prepare for countrywide rallies during which they plan to throw human and animal feces at security forces.

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