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via europeangaming.eu08/12/2020

FeedConstruct gains exclusive media rights to cover matches of the VBet Armenian Premier League's 20/21 season - European Gaming Industry News

  With the new gaming season starting August 14th, FeedConstruct is delighted to announce yet another close collaboration that adds value to the history of the cooperation with the Football Federation of Armenia. FeedConstruct will exclusively provide live scouting data and live video streaming coverage of more than 130 matches during this awaited season.  Better […]

via northendwaterfront08/12/2020

Wednesday's Brief: Columbus Statue Study Continues, Celebrating What Unites Us, Childcare Crisis Hearing, BPS Preparation Hearing -

Today is Wednesday, August 12 and we’re in the third heat wave of the year. Read more about how some Bostonians are beating the heat on Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrating What Unites Us: Mexican Cuisine. Join the Armenian Heritage Park for Celebrating What Unites Us! the virtual Read More...

via northendwaterfront08/11/2020

Tuesday's Brief: Sky Dining on Hold, Columbus Statue Review, Human-Sized Leafs Spray Painted on Boston Common -

Today is Tuesday, August 11 and if you were looking forward to dining in the sky 180 feet over the city of Boston, you’ll have to wait a bit longer as COVID-19 rules no longer permit the floating dinner parties that were potentially coming to take place, read more on Eater Here’s what else Read More...

via menafn08/10/2020

Armenia registers 225 new coronavirus infections - MENAFN.COM

According to the country's National Center for Disease Control, Armenia confirmed 225 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, bringing its total count to 40,410.

Statistics from the center revealed that 125 more patients recovered in the previous 24 hours, taking the total count of recoveries to 32,520.

In the meantime, six people passed away in

via menafn08/07/2020

Azerbaijan sends letter to UN Secretary General regarding Armenia's ongoing aggression (UPDATE) - MENAFN.COM

Details added: first version posted on 14:52

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 7


Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the United Nations (UN) Yashar Aliyev sent a letter to the UN Secretary General regarding the ongoing aggression of Armenia against Azerbaijan, Trend reports.

The letter said that on July 12, 2020, the Armenian a

via nytimes08/06/2020

US Lifts Global Health Coronavirus Travel Advisory - The New York Times

The U.S. State Department and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention on Thursday lifted global advisories recommending U.S. citizens avoid all international travel because of the coronavirus pandemic, and instead issued a raft of high-level warnings for individual countries.

via mirrorspectator08/06/2020

Tribute: Gregory Areshian – The Legacy of a True Scholar - The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

By Armen Der Kiureghian YEREVAN — On August 2, 2020, Armenia lost one of its most distinguished scholars. Dr. Gregory Areshian, Professor of History and Archaeology at the American University of Armenia (AUA), succumbed to the COVID-19 virus in spite of all efforts by his doctors to save him. I had the privilege of knowing […]

via menafn08/12/2020

Armenia violates ceasefire with Azerbaijan 35 times - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 12


Over the past 24 hours, Armenian armed forces have violated the ceasefire along the line of contact between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops 35 times, Trend reports referring to Azerbaijani Defense Ministry.

Armenian armed forces were using sniper rifles.

The conflict between the two South Caucasus

via menafn08/11/2020

Armenia adds 23 more COVID-19 infections - MENAFN.COM

Health authorities in Armenia said on Monday that 23 more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the earlier 24 hours, increasing the total number of cases to 40,433.

According to data released by the center, 96 more patients have recovered from the disease in the earlier 24 hours, increasing the total number of coronavirus recoverie

via northendwaterfront08/10/2020

Monday's Brief: Boston Harbor Now Named Champion in Action, HIIT by Healthworks, Street Sweeping Resumes -

Today is Monday, August 10 and starting today ticketing enforcement for street sweeping in the City of Boston will resume. Failure to move a vehicle during posted street sweeping hours will result in a $40 fine ($90 in Charlestown) and $90 for overnight street sweeping. At this time, the City will not be towing vehicles, see Read More...

via mirrorspectator08/08/2020

Impresarios of Ballet, Danilians Impeded by COVID - The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

NEW YORK – Nowadays there are not too many old-fashioned impresarios left in the field of dance in the United States. Ardani Artists, in the person of founders Sergei and Gaiane Danilian, fills that gap, but its work is threatened, like many other things, by the novel coronavirus. Their dream started decades earlier in Moscow, […]

via voanews08/07/2020

US Approaches 4.9 Million COVID Cases, More Than Any Country - Voice of America

The number of COVID-19 cases around the world continues its steady climb with more than 19.1 million infections, according to Johns Hopkins University.  The U.S. continues to have more cases than any place else with nearly 4.9 million, followed by Brazil with 2.9 million and India with two million. According to Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States over the past 24 hours as of Thursday night – the highest one-day number since early May. Vaccine prospects The top U.S.

via voanews08/06/2020

Fauci Predicts Millions of Doses of COVID Vaccine Could Be Available by Early 2021 - Voice of America

The top U.S. infectious disease expert says the world will never be able to eradicate the coronavirus that has infected 18.8 million people with COVID-19, but is hopeful hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine could be available by the end of this year. “There will be, I think, enough vaccine if everything turns out to be successful,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren. “To get vaccine not only to the countries that are the classical rich countries but those who are low and middle income that would not be able to readily have access to a vaccine.

via mirrorspectator08/06/2020

Young Artists Explore Identity to Understand History - The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

By Anaïs DerSimonian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON  — A lot has happened in Armenia over the last couple weeks – Azerbaijan has waged a regional war during the COVID-19 pandemic, firing on border villages, bombing a PPE mask factory and threatening to bomb the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant.  Events like this are hard to […]

via schengenvisainfo08/11/2020

Spain & Slovakia Agree to Grant Gratis Visas to Indians with Unused Schengen Visas Amid COVID-19 -

Indians wishing to apply for a Schengen Visa to Europe, whose previous visa has expired without being used due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will be eligible to apply for a new one free of charge, as soon as the Embassies and borders reopen. The decision has been announced by the Outbound Tour Operators’ Association of […]

via rferl.org08/10/2020

Armenian Media Demand Probe Of Ex-Police Chief Obstructing Work Of RFE/RL Reporters - Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty

Several leading Armenian media organizations have called for a "serious investigation" into an incident in which a former police chief threatened two RFE/RL journalists and obstructed their work on a report about government plans to demolish private houses illegally constructed near Lake Sevan.

via forbes08/09/2020

First Trip After Lockdown? Go To A Non-Existent Nation - Forbes

For anyone planning a trip, maybe it should be to a 1000-year-old empire which no longer exists? Or better yet, head to somewhere that has technically never existed, a breakaway state or a micro-nation–one that doesn’t have UN recognition, from where you can collect stamps but can’t send postcards.

via voanews08/07/2020

US Tops 4.9 Million COVID Cases, More Than Any Other Country - Voice of America

The number of COVID-19 cases around the world continues its steady climb with more than 19.2 million infections, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. continues to have more cases than anywhere else with more than 4.9 million, followed by Brazil with nearly 3 million and India with 2 million. New York Gov.

via uscannenbergmedia08/06/2020

With martial arts gyms closed, Armenians grapple with culture loss -

Just three years ago, Gokor Ambaryan moved from Glendale, Calif., to Las Vegas to pursue his dream of owning his own martial arts gym. His business had just hit a good stride when the pandemic struck. While Ambaryan strategizes how to keep his business afloat, his thoughts are also with the Armenian community in Los Angeles. He knows the challenges he’s facing are only multiplied back home.

via reuters08/06/2020

U.S. lifts global health coronavirus travel advisory - Reuters

The U.S. State Department and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention on Thursday lifted global advisories recommending U.S. citizens avoid all international travel because of the coronavirus pandemic, and instead issued a raft of high-level warnings for individual countries.