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  • Juventus appoint Andrea Pirlo to replace Maurizio Sarri

    Juventus have appointed Andrea Pirlo as manager to replace the sacked Maurizio Sarri, a week after hiring the former midfielder as Under-23 boss, the BBC reports. The Italian giants sacked Sarri after just one season despite winning Serie A following the club’s Champions League last-16 defeat by Lyon on Friday. Pirlo, 41, has signed a two-year deal until June 2022. The former…

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  • Humanitarian aid from Armenia reaches Beirut

    Humanitarian aid from Armenia has reached Beirut, Spokesperson for the Prime Minister Mane Gevorgyan informs. The first plane loaded with medicine and medical supplies headed for Lebanon on Saturday evening. The aid will be delivered both to the government and the Armenian community. High Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs Zareh Sinanyan has also left for Beirut to assess the needs on…

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  • Covid-19: Armenia reports 225 new cases, 125 recoveries

    Armenia has reported 225 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total to 40,410. The results of 1,351 tests have been negative. According to the data of the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 125 patients have recovered, bringing the total to 32,520. Six patients have died in the past 24 hours. The death toll has reached 791, another 228 patients…

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  • Cher: The Promise opens a window to the story of the Armenian Genocide

    As The Promise premieres on Netflix, pop star Cher (Cherylin Sarkissian) recommends the film to her 3.8 million followers on Twitter. “The Promise Premieres TODAY 8/8 on Netflix. Finally a film opens a window to the story of the Armenian Genocide as well as the Armenian Culture: love of family, Music, Faith,” Cher said in a twitter post. The Promise…

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  • From Armenia’s heart to Beirut: First plane with humanitarian aid heads for Lebanon

    The first plane with Armenian humanitarian aid has taken off from Yerevan’s Zvartnots Airport. Two more planes will carry aid to Beirut next week. Thirteen Armenians were killed, hundreds were injured as a result of two massive explosions that rocked Beirut. A total of 158 people have been confirmed dead, 5,000 have been injured and 300,000 are homeless. UN agencies…

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  • Kim Kardashian urges to watch Armenian Genocide film The Promise on Netflix

    ‪TV personality and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian urges millions of her social media followers to watch ThePromise film, which was added to the Netflix library today. “The Promise was acquired by Netflix Film and is available to stream today. Please watch The Promise Film that was inspired by the Armenian Genocide,” Kardashian wrote on Facebook. ‪The Promise was acquired by Netflix…

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