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      Erdowie, Erdowo, Erdogan <<< catchy line.




      "Turkey 'demands deletion' of German video mocking Erdoğan"

      http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...tayyip-erdogan

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              Elvis Crespo - Suavamente
              Positive vibes, positive taught

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                I'm typically not a fan of armenian rap but enjoy this and a few other cyphers they've done.

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                  System Of A Downxis headed back on the road in 2017 with more than three weeks planned in Europe, according toxPollstar.
                  The first gig is scheduled June 7 atxZenith de Nancyxin Nancy Maxeville, France. French festivals set to host System in 2017 arexDownload Festivalxin Paris, and the last scheduled date,xMain Square Festivalxin Arras June 30.
                  There are actually only three non-French dates in the whole routing, including the solo show atxO2 Arenaxin Prague, Czech Republic. Poland and Spain also get performances from the rockers, on June 17 and 23 atxImpactxandxDownloadxfestivals, respectively.
                  System played its first show in Armenia last year to recognize the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide carried out by the Ottoman Empire during World War I. The Armenian-American band has been involved in many efforts to raise awareness about the genocide.
                  Lead singer Serj Tankianxwrote a piece inxTimexin which he said: “Commemorating the anniversary of the deaths of so many Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians is not just about remembering genocide 100 years back.
                  “That’s what people need to realize: It’s not an ancient problem. It’s a modern one that still seems to persist because we’re using genocide as political capital in our geopolitics and not really paying attention to humanitarian loss and the damage that we’re doing to each other.”
                  http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/sys...an-tour-dates/
                  http://www.armradio.am/en/2016/10/11...s-europe-tour/
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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                    This is cute seeing Armenians from around the world singing about liberated Armenian territories in the streets of Lebanon.
                    Hopefully more Armenians will be singing a 100 years from now on more liberated territories. They are so happy at 2:37 ... it shows our true Armenian spirit.

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                      Nice arrangement and nice voice!

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