| 31.07.15 | 08:54
Light breaks through the window glass, creeping into the house of grandma Sarayi providing the old woman with light and sometimes even with warmth. It allows her to save monthly from the pennies the State today pays her as a pension for her hard work in the past. The woman says she gets barely enough to withstand price hikes.
| 31.07.15 | 08:53
Memories are like a flood: stories of competitions and victories follow each other. The ex-champion occasionally takes a pause to highlight the best moments of success in his long sporting career.
| 31.07.15 | 08:52
The newly opened Aleppo market adds a new flavor to Yerevan’s unique cultural profile. In the market located next to the Republic Square subway station Syrian Armenians who have immigrated as a result of the Syria war offer tasty Syrian dishes, spices and hand-made works to locals. There are also shops and a hairdressing salon at the place.
| 31.07.15 | 08:51
Migrants from Armenia who live in Istanbul’s mostly Armenian-populated districts of Kumkapi, Samattya, Ferikoy-Kurtuluş, send their children to the school named after Hrant Dink, a Turkish-Armenian journalist and scholar assassinated by a Turkish nationalist in 2007. This school has become the axis for the Armenians gathering around it not only for the children but their parents as well.
| 31.07.15 | 08:50
As the two ancient South Caucasus nations known to have grown vines and made wine for millennia Armenians and Georgians have had as much ‘good-neighborly’ relations as competition in the ancient trade both during the Soviet period and after independence.