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  • ‘Armenia is a country where we find right partners to pursue our development agenda’, says Huib-Jan de Ruijter

    ‘Armenia is a country where we find right partners to pursue our development agenda’, says Huib-Jan de Ruijter
    27-05-2021, 12:57
    FMO’s Chief Investment Officer a.i. Huib-Jan de Ruijter talks about economic hardships in the times of pandemic, the ways to overcome those, as well as the banking sector in Armenia and the successful partnership between FMO and Ameriabank.
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  • William Shakespeare, 1st man in world to get approved coronavirus vaccine, dies aged 81

    William Shakespeare, 1st man in world to get approved coronavirus vaccine, dies aged 81
    27-05-2021, 09:26
    A UK man named William Shakespeare—the first man in the country and one of the first in the world to receive an approved COVID-19 vaccine this past December—has passed away from an unrelated illness. He was 81, New York Post reported.
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  • Biden, Putin to meet in Geneva on June 16

    Biden, Putin to meet in Geneva on June 16
    26-05-2021, 12:30
    U.S. President President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva, Switzerland on June 16, the White House reports.
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  • Construction underway on UNLV’s new Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine building

    Construction underway on UNLV’s new Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine building
    26-05-2021, 12:05
    Armenia’s Honorary Consul in Las Vegas, Adroushan Andy Armenianmet met with Dr. Marc J. Kahn, M.D., Dean of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine, which was recently named after Las Vegas philanthropist Kirk Kerkorian.
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  • Presidential election kicks off in Syria

    Presidential election kicks off in Syria
    26-05-2021, 11:39
    Syria's presidential election began on Wednesday in government-controlled areas across Syria,
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  • US issues Japan travel warning weeks before Olympics

    US issues Japan travel warning weeks before Olympics
    25-05-2021, 14:46
    The US has issued a travel warning for Japan over the country's Covid-19 surge, amid heightened scrutiny just weeks before the Tokyo Olympics.
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  • Members of Congress demand Biden zero-out military aid to Azerbaijan

    Members of Congress demand Biden zero-out military aid to Azerbaijan
    25-05-2021, 11:13
    Dozens of U.S. House members joined Rep. David G. Valadao (R-CA) and fellow Congressional Armenian Caucus leaders in a bipartisan call upon the Biden Administration stop all U.S. military assistance that contributes directly or indirectly to Azerbaijan’s military operations, activities, or capabilities, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).
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  • Belgium proposes that Belarusian airline be banned from landing in the European Union

    Belgium proposes that Belarusian airline be banned from landing in the European Union
    24-05-2021, 13:48
    Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo defended today that the European Council should decide, at Monday’s meeting, sanctions on Belarus, including a ban on Belavia landing at European Union (EU) airports.
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  • EU Leaders call for sanctions against Belarus over Ryanair 'hijacking' to detain journalist

    EU Leaders call for sanctions against Belarus over Ryanair 'hijacking' to detain journalist
    24-05-2021, 12:14
    Ahead of a preplanned EU leaders’ summit on May 24, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen urged a toughening of the bloc’s existing sanctions against Belarus imposed
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  • Protests against construction of new hydro plant by Turkish investors grow in Georgia

    Protests against construction of new hydro plant by Turkish investors grow in Georgia
    24-05-2021, 12:13
    Thousands of people came out in protest yesterday on May 23 against the construction of the Namakhvani hydroelectric power station in the Imereti region, in the immediate vicinity of the third largest city after the capital, Kutaisi
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