Topic of the day
- George Martin says "Chernobyl" should win a truckload of Emmys NEW 4 MINUTES AGO
- Armenian libraries sending books, magazines to Library of US Congress
- People living in rural areas "may be at lower risk of Alzheimer's": study
- Russian Air Force launches first strikes near Idlib city
- Most popular music album in the world named
- Possible causes of Notre Dame Cathedral fire named
- Putin and Trump will meet on June 28
- Armenia, Russia sign deal to supply nuclear fuel to Metsamor NPP
- I truly believe that man lives as long as he makes discoveries, learns and creates: President Sarkissian
- Armenia humanitarian mission sappers demine 1,650 square meters in Syria (PHOTOS)
- Recipe corner: Doughnuts
- Turkish court frees charged U.S. consulate worker from house arrest: Reuters
- PACE restores powers of Russian delegation
- ‘New High for Armenian Music’: Glendale Reception Held for UCLA Armenian Music Program
- In most regions rain with thunderstorm is predicted
- ‘Assistants’ Musical Comedy Cowritten by Manny Hagopian Running in NYC
- Armenian, Azeri Foreign Ministers Meet in Washington (video report)
- Recipe Corner: Homemade Apricot Leather
- Venice may get into the "black list" of UNESCO
- Rouhani declared Iran’s unwillingness to fight with anyone
- Benefits of coffee for losing weight: study
- Break dancing provisionally approved for Paris Olympics
- Artsakh names new Secretary of Security Council
- A Delicate Georgian Balance
- Yerevan Council of Elders meeting in process (live)
Komitas Vardapet was an Armenian priest, musicologist, composer, arranger, singer and choirmaster.
- In Koutina, where he was born, Komitas was nicknamed “a little vagrant singer”.
- In 1893 Komitas was ordained a “Vardapet” (priest) and acquired his new name “Komitas” - the name of the outstanding poet of VII century, the author of sharakans.
- Komitas visited various regions of Armenia treating and putting down thousands of Armenian, Kurdish, Persian and Turkish songs.
Azerbaijani FM’s claims are of non-constructive nature and devalue the seriousness of the peace process: MFA spokesperson
ADL is concerned about tense domestic political situation in Armenia: Ramkavar Azatakan Party statement