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Charles Aznavour would be 95 today
He took his first theatrical bow in the play “Emil and the Detectives” at age 9 and within a few years was working as a movie extra. He eventually quit school and toured France and Belgium as a boy singer/dancer with a traveling theatrical troupe while living the bohemian lifestyle.
Turkish Constitutional Court to take on the issue of Armenian Patriarch's election
The late Patriarch Mesrob Mutafyan’s inability to perform his duties from 2008 prompted the Armenian community to initiate a process of election of his successor. However, the Turkish state declared in 2010 that a new Patriarch could not be elected as long as the acting Patriarch was alive and allowed to elect a General Vicar. Archbishop Aram Ateshyan was elected to the post that had never existed before.
Cafesjian Center for the Arts to host lecture on Charles Aznavour
During the lecture titled “Charles Aznavour – the artiste and the Armenian” Artsvi Bakhchinyan will touch upon the known and unknown episodes of Aznavour’s life, introducing the portrait of Aznavour artiste in a new light to the audience.
Judges enter courts through windows, PM visits protesters
Pashinyan joined protesters in front of the Court of General Jurisdiction of Kentron and Nork Marash administrative district. He refrained from answering questions, saying that he will give answers to all questions during an address at noon that will be broadcast live.
Disruption of the normal functioning of courts unacceptable, Supreme Judicial Council says
In a statement adopted after a special sitting convened at 9:30 pm today, the Council called on all judges and all judiciary officials to display extreme restraint and act exceptionally within the framework of law.