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As the Armenian economy continues to struggle, as do its people. Over a third of the country's population lives under the poverty line and the price of common goods shows no sign of moderation. Hundreds of thousands of Armenians have immigrated to neighbouring and far away countries, and although the border with Turkey has been closed since 1993, many continue to make the short journey over - the proximity from home a draw-factor for those who can't bear to move further away. This film tells the poignant story of two Armenian women unable to survive at home and who leave their families to join the many economic migrants with hopes of a better life for their families. Anahit Donoyan lost thirty family members in an Armenian earthquake, after her husband passed away at a mere 50 years ol...
See country living Armenian style. This report includes a talk with the villagers and a ride on one transportation option.
Ahead of the UN-sponsored International Day Against Child Labor, RFE/RL's Armenian Service spoke to one working child who is determined to change his situation. Fourteen-year-old Hovhannes loads trucks and collects scrap metal to help support his large family, which lives in a crumbling Yerevan apartment. But he wants his country's leaders to acknowledge their desperate economic situation and help them make a better life for themselves. Video by Hasmik Smbatyan, RFE/RL's Armenian Service
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Welcome to Yerevan, one of the oldest cities in the world, yet arguably with the most modern outlook. Friendly, stable, tolerant and safe, this thriving capital has evolved spectacularly since the country's independence in 1991. Enjoy a sneak preview of a capital city that has managed to preserve ancient traditions, culture and architecture while integrating the last innovations and technology. Yerevan is open for business and talent, with numerous foreign companies settling to take advantage of the Armenian knowledge economy and financial markets and enjoy its hospitable, fun loving, and welcoming people. Be prepared to be surprised, be prepared to be impressed. This beautifully shot insight into the capital city of Armenia will have you packing your suitcase for "a celebration of life".
HOW WE LIVE (13 minutes) documents the face of poverty in the former Soviet Republic of Armenia as told through the personal stories of families living along society's margins. The lives depicted show families prevailing against inhuman odds and simultaneously making peace with what should be unacceptable. Photography & video are by Sara Anjargolian. The film was co-directed, co-produced and edited by Karlo Gharabegian and co-produced Narineh Mirzaeian. The How We Live project was produced in collaboration with the Tufenkian Foundation. To view the photography from this project or to purchase the hardcover BOOK of photography, please visit www.SaraAnjargolian.com. To learn more about the EXHIBITION, please visit www.HowWeLive.org.
Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com Armenia. Heritage of the Kardashians and supposed resting place of Noah's Ark. However, for a hiccup free vacation there, follow these things not to do when you’re hitting the road in Armenia. 1. Don’t Expect Everyone to Speak English A lot of people throughout Armenia will speak some English with you. But it’s pretty pompous to expect them to understand you. Just take the time to memorize a few easy phrases like “hello” = Բարեւ 'Barev' 2. Don’t Skip a Picnic Armenia is absolutely filled with incredible wine, cheese, fruits and veggies. If you have the opportunity, it’s never a bad idea to grab some delectable goodies and have a nice, lazy picnic in a public area. 3. Don’t Forget To Do Some Research If you’re an American, it's likely that y...
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Небольшая прогулка по городу в День Провозглашения Еревана столицей Книги в 2012 году.
Nearly a century after the mass killings of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, an increasing number of Turks of Armenian heritage are acknowledging their roots. Out of fear of discrimination, many survivors had converted to Islam and adopted Turkish names. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/european-journal/s-3065-9798
Why Does Armenia Hate Turkey? http://bit.ly/21dnccv Was There An Armenian Genocide? http://testu.be/1IbewbQ Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml For decades, Azerbaijan and Armenia have had hostile relations over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. So how did the conflict start? Learn More: Nagorno-Karabakh profile http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-18270325 "The landlocked mountainous region of Nagorno-Karabakh is the subject of an unresolved dispute between Azerbaijan, in which it lies, and its ethnic Armenian majority, backed by neighbouring Armenia." The conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2016/04/economist-explains-9 "FEW NOTICED when intense fighting broke out in early April in Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed enclave between...
1) 0:00 Wake Up the Souls - Part 1 2) 1:16 Holy Mountains 3) 6:42 Jet Pilot 4) 9:07 Suite-Pee 5) 10:14 Prison Song 6) 13:48 U-Fig 7) 16:33 Aerials 8) 20:21 Soldier Side – Intro 9) 21:15 B.Y.O.B. 10) 25:36 I-E-A-I-A-I-O 11) 29:50 Wake Up the Souls - Part 2 12) 33:40 Bubbles 13) 35:35 CUBErt 14) 37:54 Hypnotize 15) 40:56 Dreaming 16) 43:07 Needles 17) 46:13 Deer Dance 18) 51:55 P.L.U.C.K. 19) 55:19 Sardarabad (folk song cover) 20) 57:15 Psycho 21) 1:01:55 Chop Suey! 22) 1:04:57 Lonely Day 23) 1:07:44 Question! 24) 1:11:54 Bounce 25) 1:13:31 Kill Rock ‘n Roll 26) 1:15:49 Marmalade 27) 1:19:27 Lost in Hollywood 28) 1:24:35 Spiders 29) 1:27:49 Mr. Jack 30) 1:34:30 Wake Up the Souls - Part 3 31) 1:37:02 Science 32) 1:39:31 Chic ‘N’ Stu 33) 1:42:03 ATWA 34) 1:44:50 War? 35) 1:48:49 Arto 36) 1:...
CNN has taken a glimpse into the life of modern-day Armenia as part of its latest On the Road series broadcast over the weekend. A documentary presented on CNN International on Saturday attempted to explore Armenia from different aspects, including the innovative brainpower of its young people, the nation’s love of chess, the difficult history of Armenians and their traditions. If you are interested for traveling Armenia, check out Barev Armenia's official website http://barevarmenia.com
Yerevan A Celebration of Life (Russian version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wRIESOghn4 Yerevan A Celebration of Life (English version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyOnodpItzM Yerevan A Celebration of Life (French version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFYxUsdPfFc Yerevan A Celebration of Life (German version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuZCEdJCH6U Yerevan A Celebration of Life (Spanish version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIirvEq7vK0 Yerevan A Celebration of Life (Persian version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUmss4dez-k Yerevan A Celebration of Life (Arabic version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh2Vz8tQwG0 Yerevan A Celebration of Life (Turkish version) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwJX1YY2Dts
Over time persimmons have made there way across Asia to other parts of the world making it's way into food traditions of new Cultures. During that time the persimmon has snuck into the Armenian way of life. Whether it's dried or eaten fresh, Armenians seem to cherish this amazing fruit. In the video The Botanical Explorers Joe & Patrick Simcox heads to a village neighboring the boarder of Iran to find how Armenians are growing & using this nutritious fruit.
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