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Summer Escape to Armenia

Summer Escape to Armenia

What You can do in Armenia during the Summer

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The students of Lichk are saying thank you

Fairy Tale in the Primary School of Lichk, Armenia

‘You are only a young man with big dreams’, said the mayor of Lichk to Lev Mkrtchyan six months ago. Lev reached out to OneEurope last summer seeking for help. And we helped in the way we could: we made sure his story is heard all across Europe.

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Avetisyan family allegedly murdered by Russian soldier

Tragic Stories in Armenia's Second Largest City

Tension has been growing on the streets of Armenia in the last few days, sparked by the brutal murder of an Armenian family in the city of Gyumri.

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Pomegranate flowers

Treasures of Armenia

The path to ancient culture and civilization will lead you to eternity

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Nagorno Karabakh: A Frozen Conflict Explodes

Nagorno Karabakh: A Frozen Conflict Explodes

The recent week has witnessed an unexpected increase of violation of ceasefire on the border between Azerbaijan and Nagorno Karabagh. The UN puts its hope on the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

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The entire school is literally falling apart, and is extremely hazardous to the children.

Children Fighting for Their Schools

Armenia’s Rural Areas are Left With No Support

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Armenia versus the Netherlands

In contrast to Armenia, by possessing rich trading past, the Netherlands persistently continues its root to growth, developing economy and prosperity

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Khor Virap Monastery

A general outlook on Armenia

A thorough view on the recent events in Armenian society and political life.

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Has Europe given up on the Caucasus?

Has Europe given up on the Caucasus?

One of the problems with the countries in the Caucasus region is the lack of appurtenance. For ages, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan were the buffer zone between the mighty Russian …

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Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

The long expected Eastern Partnership Summit took place on a very dynamic and exciting backgroung: mass protests in the Ukraine, the change of political power in Georgia, the intentions of …

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Confronting the Emerging Eurasia Union

Confronting the Emerging Eurasia Union

Should the EU develop a 'Monroe Doctrine' to counter Russia's forced influence?

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