With cave dwellings going back centuries, the picturesque Armenian town has all it takes to be a popular tourist attraction. From JAMnews.
Russia also upset over exclusion from project to commemorate victims of Sobibor death camp.
Austrian woman pulled strings to help save thousands of children from Ustasa concentration camps.
A large decorative tile stolen from a medieval mausoleum will be going home, thanks to an Oxford scholar and the British Museum.
Golden Apricot drew criticism after cancelling entire slate of films that included two films on LGBT themes.
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