Armenian ambassador in Austria talks on Eurovision

Armenian ambassador in Austria talks on Eurovision

Armenian ambassador in Austria talks on Eurovision

Armenians in eastern europe 1

Armenians in eastern europe 1

marking the thousand year old presence of the armenian people in Eastern Europe (in this case Poland, the Ukraine, Romania/moldavia). a short somary of their existance and their influence/participation in the rich culture and history of the region. part 2 to come (bulgaria, Hungary, Austria)

armenians in eastern europe part 2

armenians in eastern europe part 2

second part chronicling the history and presence of the Armenian people in Eastern Europe: Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia-Serbia-and-Montenegro, Austria

Austrian Embassy in Tehran honors Iranian-Armenian music com

Austrian Embassy in Tehran honors Iranian-Armenian music com

Washington, Oct. 29, 2008 (IranVNC)-The Austrian Embassy in Tehran honored an Iranian-born international music composer and conductor on Austrias national day. International composer Loris Tjeknavorian received the countrys Decoration of Merit in Gold. He conducted international orchestras, which also performed his compositions. Through it all, his passion for genuine Iranian music has always shined. Video is brought to you by IranVNC.com. Visit IranVNC.com for more news videos and features. Please submit your comments at IranVNC.com. Persian: http://www.iranvnc.com/ English: http://www.iranvnc.com/en/home Iran VNC - Iran Visual News Corps - IranVNC.com ©IranVNC2008. All rights reserved

Kochari flashmob in Vienna

Kochari flashmob in Vienna

«Քոչարին» Հայկական լեռնաշխարհում ամենատարածված և ներկայումս ամենապահպանված հայկական պարն է: Kochari is a type of dance, not a concrete single dance. Each region in the Armenian Highlands had its own Kochari, with its unique way of both dancing and music Musik: New Age Armenia Kochari Inga & Anush "Jan Jan" at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest SINOIAN - I Wanna Feel (ESC Fashion Show 2015 Remix by Maniac Bone) Arto Tuncboyaciyan

Euro armenian games austria Vienna 2

Euro armenian games austria Vienna 2

euro armenian games in austria part 2

Armenia Second (Alternative First) | An Introductory Video For Donald Trump

Armenia Second (Alternative First) | An Introductory Video For Donald Trump

Here is Armenia's introductory video for Donald J. Trump. Netherland and other European countries might think that they are the best choice for the second greatest country after the US. But we in Armenia think otherwise. ArmComedy is a satiric news show on Armenian television. #everysecondcounts http://www.everysecondcounts.eu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/armcomedy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/armcomedy Voice-over: Narek Margaryan

National Geographic Features Armenia's Christian Past in Documentary

National Geographic Features Armenia's Christian Past in Documentary

The history of Christianity in Armenia was the topic of a TV documentary that aired on National Geographic TV on December 12, 2010. The film, titled "Legend of the Holy Spear," traced the legend of a spear thought to have been thrust into Jesus Christ by a Roman guard when he was crucified. The spear, a Christian holy relic, has been shrouded in mystery, myth, and legend for 2,000 years. Today, three spears claim to be the Holy Spear which pierced Jesus. National Geographic's Legend of the Holy Spear followed two investigators attempting to discover if any of them could have been present at the crucifixion. The three spears are kept in the Vatican, Austria and Armenia. Scrutinizing each spear and closely analysing the stories and legends behind them, the film reveals astonishing clues as to their provenance. One of the spears is in Holy Etchmiadzin and the documentary traces the adoption of Christianity in Armenia as it tells the dramatic story of how the spear arrived in Armenia.

Armenian community in Turkey have mixed feelings about French vote

Armenian community in Turkey have mixed feelings about French vote

(25 Jan 2012) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of people working in kitchen at an Armenian-owned restaurant 2. Close of man's face 3. Close of man mixing rice 4. Various of Armenian restaurant co-owner Sarkis Kortul preparing food 5. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Sarkis Kortul, restaurant co-owner: "We moved here in 1966 and haven't had any problems since. We live together with the Turks. We do our military service, go to school with them. We have no problems. What will happen now that this bill passed, I don't know." 6. Various of Armenian restaurant worker Naze Bolak preparing a salad 7. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Naze Bolak, Armenian living in Turkey: "There's no dispute. Our forefathers, grandparents, always talked about it, it's something that happened. I'm 55 years old now I grew up with my grandmother talking about the genocide. But we don't feel any animosity toward the Turks. It's over and done with." 8. Various of restaurant co-owner Sinan Kapanman drinking tea 9. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Sinan Kapanman, restaurant co-owner: "As Armenians living in Turkey, normally when we get into a taxi we can say 'I'm Armenian'. Now when we say we're Armenian we'll be seen differently, we'll be looked at as troublemakers. Even if we're not seen that way, we'll feel that way. So it's going to be very tiring, very difficult for us. 10. Various of customers eating inside restaurant STORYLINE: While wrangling over France's recent parliamentary vote on the disputed "Armenian Genocide" gathers pace, a group of Armenians living in Istanbul have found themselves caught in the middle of a diplomatic fight, that some fear could put their futures in their adopted home at risk. Sarkis Kortul runs a family-owned Armenian restaurant in Istanbul, and has been a Turkish resident for the best part of half a century. "We moved here in 1966 and haven't had any problems since. We live together with the Turks. We do our military service, go to school with them. We have no problems. What will happen now that this bill passed, I don't know," he said on Wednesday. The bill, still yet to be signed into law by French president Nicolas Sarkozy, would make it a crime to deny that the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks nearly a century ago constituted genocide. Most staff at the restaurant don't doubt that the 1915 killings of 1.5 (m) million Armenians as the Ottoman Empire broke up was genocide. "There's no dispute. Our forefathers, grandparents, always talked about it, it's something that happened. I'm 55 years old now I grew up with my grandmother talking about the genocide. But we don't feel any animosity toward the Turks. It's over and done with," said restaurant worker Naze Bolak. What concerns some though is the reaction from the Turkish people, many of whom see the allegations as a threat to their national honour. "As Armenians living in Turkey, normally when we get into a taxi we can say 'I'm Armenian'. Now when we say we're Armenian we'll be seen differently, we'll be looked at as troublemakers. Even if we're not seen that way, we'll feel that way. So it's going to be very tiring, very difficult for us," said restaurant co-owner Sinan Kapanman. The French senate voted 127 to 86 to pass the bill late Monday. Twenty-four people abstained. The measure sets a punishment of up to one year in prison and a fine of 45-thousand euros (59,000 US dollars) for those who deny or "outrageously minimise" the killings. Most historians contend that the killings was the 20th century's first genocide, and several European countries recognise the massacres as such. Switzerland has convicted people of racism for denying the genocide. It also says that death toll is inflated. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1190e6d3cc72e368d9adb54099e0b010 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

Peaceful protest about Azeri Hostages in Vienna, Austria

Peaceful protest about Azeri Hostages in Vienna, Austria

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