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What you should know about tornadoes

Signs and safety tips

July 25, 2016
What you should know about tornadoes
Tornadoes are nature’s most violent storms. Spawned from powerful thunderstorms, tornadoes can cause fatalities and devastate a neighborhood in seconds. A tornado appears as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 miles (483km) per hour.

Country with 17,752 citizens and no inhabitants

Micronation Ladonia

July 22, 2016
Country with 17,752 citizens and no inhabitants
Ladonia is a micronation, proclaimed in 1996 as the result of a years-long court battle between artist Lars Vilks and local authorities over two sculptures. The territory is part of the natural reserve of Kullaberg in southern Sweden.

When Armenians protest and fight

Recent clashes with police

July 21, 2016
When Armenians protest and fight
On the morning of July 17 a group of armed people seized police headquarters in Erebuni district of Yerevan, demanding to release Artsakh war veteran Zhirayr Sefilyan, who was arrested on charges of illegal acquisition and storage of weapons. They took hostages, including Armenian police deputy chief Vardan Yeghiazaryan and Yerevan police deputy chief Valery Osipyan, who arrived at the site to hold talks. During the assault colonel Artur Vanoyan was killed and four police officers were injured.

Surprising omens and superstitions

Signs people believe in

July 16, 2016
Surprising omens and superstitions
Anything that moves, flies or crawls has at one time served as a sign of a good or bad omen. People in different countries interpret these signs in various ways, which sometimes coincide and sometimes are unlike.

Armenian culture at British Museum

Over 175 manuscripts

July 15, 2016
Armenian culture at British Museum
With a history going through millennia, the Armenian culture is represented at museums across the globe, attracting attention of visitors. The British Museum in London is one of the places where numerous Armenian artifacts are displayed.

Think twice before going there

Most dangerous beaches

July 11, 2016
Think twice before going there
Trips to the beach usually imply fun in the sun. However, there are also dangers awaiting tourists both in the water and on the shore: from strong currents and dangerous marine life, to lightning and contaminated water. Besides, there are places not recommended to visit.

Henrikh, the son of Hamlet

Glorious path of Armenian football star

July 8, 2016
Henrikh, the son of Hamlet
On July 6, 2016, Manchester United officially declared acquisition of Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the midfielder of the Armenian national team and Borussia Dortmund. Mkhitaryan joins the club on a four-year deal, with the option of a further year. Borussia sold the 27-year-old for a record $42 million, thus making him the most expensive player from the post-Soviet area.

Strangest places on Earth. Part I

Haunted forest and Voodoo market

July 7, 2016
Strangest places on Earth. Part I
Nature and humans can create bizarre things, and there are some absolutely strange places around the world. They can make you fascinated or scared and will never vanish from your memory once you see them.

Armenian culture at Hermitage

Over 1,500 showpieces of medieval collection

July 6, 2016
Armenian culture at Hermitage
Armenian culture has a history of thousands of centuries, spreading across the globe and finding its place in various museums worldwide. With a series of materials, PanARMENIAN.Net will tell about museums where the items of Armenian and Urartian culture are displayed. Hermitage, the biggest museum of Russia, is one of them.

Wonders of spying

Operation ‘Acoustic Kitty’

July 4, 2016
Wonders of spying
Spying has emerged at the dawn of civilization. Espionage and intelligence have been around since human beings first began organizing themselves into distinct societies, cities, states and nations.
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