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Armenian culture through lens of Payman quarterly
Payman is a cultural quarterly magazine which explores magazines, travelogues, history architecture and literature of Armenia.
Turkey summons Dutch envoy over Armenian 'genocide' motions
Turkey has summoned the Dutch chargé d'affaires to Ankara in protest at an "unacceptable" move by the Netherlands’ lower house of parliament to approve two motions recognizing as genocide the killing of as many as 1.5 million Armenians in 1915.
Armenian Ambassador: Yerevan interested in AFZ investment
Armenian Ambassador to Iran said by adopting proper solutions and setting up a joint working group, the ground will be prepared for presence of Armenian entrepreneurs in Anzali Free Zone (AFZ), Gilan Province.
Iran's 'Immortal' grabs two Armenian awards
Iranian film 'Immortal' by Hadi Mohaqeq received two awards at the 13th Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival in Armenia.
German parliament passes Armenian ‘genocide’ motion
The German parliament has approved a resolution recognizing as genocide the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago, in a move which risks damaging ties between Berlin and Ankara.
Iran, Armenia agree on removing tourist visa for visitors
Iran and Armenia agreed that their nationals could obtain 90-days (3 months) visas of each other country in six month time.
300 Armenian books on display at TIBF
About 300 books on Armenian culture and art are on display at this year's Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) which began on May 4 and will continue for 11 days.
Armenian, Azeri forces say truce is observed in Karabakh
Armenian and Azeri forces say they are observing a ceasefire recently agreed between the two sides in the Caucasus region of Nagorno-Karabakh following a new spate of violence in the disputed territory.
Four Armenian troops killed in fresh clashes with Azerbaijan over Karabakh
At least four Armenian military personnel have been killed in a series of clashes between Armenian-backed and Azerbaijani forces in the disputed Caucasus region of Karabakh.
Iranian Armenian’s art engraved in mind
Armenian artist Vartan Keshishian has spent most of his life on engraving art.
Azeri, Armenian presidents to meet over Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenian and Azerbaijani presidents will meet in the Swiss capital, Bern, in a bid to settle their decades-long conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Tabriz Armenian Museum
Tabriz Armenian Museum, run by Armenian Caliphate, is in Tabriz in the northwestern province of East Azarbaijan. It is adjacent to Saint Mary Church.
Armenian monastic ensembles of Iran
The Armenian monastic ensembles of Iran, in the northwest of the country, include three monastic ensembles of Christian faith: St. Thaddeus and St. Stepanos and the Chapel of Dzordzor. These edifices ― the oldest of which, St. Thaddeus, dates back to the Seventh Century CE ― are examples of outstanding universal value of Armenian architecture. They serve as testimony of very important interchanges with the other regional cultures, in particular the Byzantine, Orthodox and Persian.
Iranian films to compete in Armenian festival
Three Iranian movies are slated to be showcased in the competitive section of Fresco International Film Festival in Yerevan, Armenia.
Armenian president urges stronger EEU ties with Iran
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has called for the expansion of relations between Iran and the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).

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