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Syrians return to their homes

Families of Syrian refugees continue to return to their homes. 70 people returned have returned yesterday, the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria reports. According to the report, 13 people returned to Aleppo province and 57 people …

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Armenian soldiers beat each other up in Agdere

An officer of regiment of the Armenian army, Captain Gurgen Grigoryan has been severely beaten by his fellow soldiers and was hospitalized in serious condition. The incident happened in one of the military units located in an …

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Armenian students continue protests in Yerevan

For the past four days students from different universities in Yerevan have been staging demonstrations protesting a new law passed by parliament that would eliminate deferment from Armenia’s mandatory military service for students …

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Moscow to introduce river taxis ahead of World Cup 2018

Ten river shuttles will start traveling along the Moscow River ahead of the city’s hosting duties for the 2018 World Cup, Moscow City Hall said. The initiative is part of City Hall's program to expand tourism infrastructure in …

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 First TV and radio live broadcasts from Jojug Marjanli

Azad Azerbaijan TV and 106.3 FM radio were live from the liberated village of Jojug Marjanli of Jebrail district for the first time due to the National Flag Day of Azerbaijan. The live broadcast was held only a few kilometers from the …

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More than 80 terrorist suspects detained in Istanbul

Istanbul police arrested at least 82 foreigners midnight Friday that are suspected of having links to the ISIS terrorist group. During a counter-terrorism operation targeted at ISIS suspects, the police conducted simultaneous raids in …

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 Berlin Wall monument placed in Tbilisi

A piece from the Berlin Wall has been installed at Europe Square in Tbilisi yesterday as a symbol of Georgian-German friendship. "This wonderful place will remind us that all walls of evil will break one day," Georgian …

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Karapetyan meets with protesting university students

Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan has met with students gathered outside the Government Building in Yerevan to protest a government sponsored bill that would do away with most student draft deferments, Hetq Online …

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Ankara, Madrid sign agreement on defense cooperation

Turkey signed a letter of intent with Spain on Wednesday on developing defense industry cooperation including joint work to develop a landing platform dock, Anadolu Agency reported. The letter was signed by Turkey’s National …

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Tbilisi hosts Book Days

Book enthusiasts will be hosted for four days of celebration of literature, print design and photography within this year's Tbilisi Book Days launching today in Georgia's capital. Held at the Expo Georgia fairgrounds, its …

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