Teenager topples ex-world chess champ

Teenager topples ex-world chess champ Magnus Carlsen of Norway continues to make headlines on the international chess circuit. The 13-year-old boy from Baerum defeated one of the game’s most successful players ever, former world champion Anatoly Karpov, in a blitz tournament in Reykjavik, Iceland on Wednesday night. Carlsen’s victory over Russian Karpov came in a […]

Turner Adds Three to Raiders’ Staff

Turner Adds Three to Raiders’ Staff .c The Associated Press ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) – The Oakland Raiders added three assistant coaches to complete Norv Turner’s staff on Saturday, including USC quarterbacks coach Steve Sarkisian. Sarkisian, a 29-year-old former BYU quarterback, will coach Oakland’s quarterbacks in his first NFL job. Martin Bayless was hired as a […]

Elsa Schiaparelli inventa la couture spectacle

Le Figaro, France 19 Mars 2004 Au Musée des arts de la mode et du textile à Paris, 173 robes mettent en scène la plus célèbre couturière des années 30 HISTOIRE Elsa Schiaparelli inventa la couture spectacle En accueillant Elsa Schiaparelli, le Musée de la mode et du textile ne lui a pas offert un […]

Kasparov matched with boy wonder

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH(LONDON) March 19, 2004, Friday Kasparov matched with boy wonder By Malcolm Pein THE line-up for the Reykjavik Rapid is now complete after the Open tournament ended in a six-way tie for first place at the Reykjavik City Hall. Five players qualified to join the 11 invited to take part, who include the […]

Armenia files protest over British refusal to recognize ‘genocide’

Agence France Presse March 19, 2004 Friday 9:25 AM Eastern Time Armenia files protest over British refusal to recognize ‘genocide’ MOSCOW Armenia said on Friday that it had lodged an official protest after Britain’s ambassador denied that “genocide” was committed when the Ottoman Empire killed up 1.5 million Armenians, according to Armenia’s count, at the […]

Church’s former priest admits tax fraud

The Associated Press State & Local Wire March 19, 2004, Friday, BC cycle Church’s former priest admits tax fraud ALBANY, N.Y. The former priest of an upstate church has pleaded guilty to tax fraud, admitting he failed to report to the Internal Revenue Service the church funds that he deposited in a private account for […]

Georgian Leader to Lift Economic Blockade of Province

The New York Times March 19, 2004, Friday, Late Edition – Final Georgian Leader to Lift Economic Blockade of Province By SETH MYDANS TBILISI, Georgia President Mikhail Saakashvili said Thursday that he had won important concessions from the leader of the renegade province of Adzharia and would lift a four-day-old economic blockade. “The sanctions will […]

Three civilians killed in latest mine explosion in Nagorno-Karabakh

Associated Press Worldstream March 19, 2004 Friday 12:08 PM Eastern Time Three civilians killed in latest mine explosion in Nagorno-Karabakh YEREVAN, Armenia A jeep of hunters driving in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh enclave hit an anti-tank mine that killed three civilians and wounded another six, a demining organization said Friday. The explosion happened Sunday evening, the […]

ARKA News Agency – 03/19/2004

ARKA News Agency March 19 2004 RA President receives administration of RA Police Mass media did not become business in Armenia – trustee of National Press Club Goal of European Commission in Armenia is to assist the development of democracy Armenia places 107th in the list of 121 states on representation of women in the […]

Tehran: Georgian Armenians in Iranian Armenians Spring Games

IRNA, Iran March 12 2004 Georgian armenians take part in Iranian armenians spring games Isfahan, March 12, IRNA — Head of Isfahan`s Ararat Sports Club Robert Shyjanian told IRNA of Friday the the Georgian armenians will take part at the 13th Athletic Competitions of the Iranian armenians. Shyjanian added, “The Georgian armenian athletes will participate […]