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Armenia Removed From U.S. Human Trafficking Blacklist

Citing “significant” steps taken by the Armenian authorities, the U.S. State Department has removed Armenia from a list of countries which it believes are not doing enough to combat human trafficking and aid its victims.

The department had for years kept Armenia on the “watch list” in its annual reports on cross-border transport and illegal exploitation of human beings around the world.

Will Bryza Become US Ambassador to Azerbaijan?

“The Cable,” a blog written by Laura Rozen in the Foreign Policy magazine’s Web site had the following post Friday, speculating on whether current OSCE Minsk Group co-chair Matthew Bryza, a controversial figure in the ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh peace talks, is short-listed to become the Obama Administration’s pick for the recently-vacated ambassadorial post in Baku.

Pilibos Class of 2010 in Armenia

For years we dreamed of it. For months we counted down to it. For a few short days we lived it. For a lifetime we will cherish it, for eternity we will remember it. Everyday was an undescribable adventure. Every hour was a completely unthinkable experience.