Monthly Archives: July 2010

Istanbul: City of minarets

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Impressive minarets and domes dominate the skyline of Istanbul, and no tour to the ancient Turkish city is complete without a visit to one of the most important landmarks — the Hagia Sophia. Built in the 6th century, it functioned as a church for…

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Chicagoland Events & Information Tammuz Festival

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 Assyrian American Civic Club of Chicago proudly presents the first annual Tammuz Festival, an Assyrian Festival in the Greater Chicago. Live Music, Food and more… Festival will be at Saint Paul Woods forest preserve in Morton Grove, Illinois. It is…

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GENOCIDE MEMORIAL MONUMENT

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Yerevan Armenia – June 29, 2010 Proposed project of the Monument The Assyrian Association of Armenia “Atour” is pleased to announce of its plan to build the genocide memorial at Yerevan city, Armenia. We are seeking your support…

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The martyrdom of Christian citizen in Mosul

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Ankawa.com – Mosul – Exclusive Sources of Ankawa.com in Mosul reported to the site that the Christian citizen Kamal Behnam Sebti was killed in the city after the explosion of a bomb explosive device placed in his car on Monday afternoon, the 5th of July 2010.…

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Car bomb damages Iraqi archbishop’s residence

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A car bomb damaged the residence of the Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Kirkuk, Iran on July 4. The primary target of the bomb was apparently not the Catholic Church but a Sunni Muslim leader working at a neighboring office. The target had left the building and was not hurt.…

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