Monthly Archives: August 2010

Iraq Admits Minorities Remain Vulnerable

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An Iraqi policeman stands guard outside a church in the Baghdad district of Dora. Up to half of Iraq’s Christians have fled the country since 2003. August 20, 2010 BAGHDAD — The Iraqi government is doing all it can to ensure…

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Millegan: A Night In Mesopotamia at Gallo

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By Lisa Millegan Renner lrenner@modbee.com Some of the best of Assyrian classical and pop music combine in the fourth annual Mesopotamian Night concert Saturday at the Gallo Center for the Arts.…

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A divine soul in the land of fires

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By:Robert ewan Bishop Andraos Abouna, auxiliary Catholic Bishop of Baghdad Bishop Andraos Abouna was born on 23rd March 1943 in the village of Bedare, on the outskirts of the northern Iraqi town of Zakho.Born into a disciplined Christian family…

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Pregnant Armenian Woman Murdered in Turkey

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YEREVAN (News.am)—The Armenian woman Anna Davtyan, who disappeared in Turkey about three weeks ago, has been murdered. The Sabah newspaper reported that 29-year-old Anna Davtyan, a resident of Charentsavan, Armenia, who was five…

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AUA News Watch

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 Jaramanh Clinic Update – The Assyrian Universal Alliance – America’s Youth Chapter sends you this letter in high spirits and faith for the progress of our brothers and sisters in Syria and to give you a glimpse into the current state of the Jaramanah Clinic and our donations through the Transient Benefit.…

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