A family of Armenian refugees have been sheltering in Bethel Church in The Hague for 27 days, avoiding a deportation order because officials are not legally permitted to interrupt a service -- and the church has been holding a nonstop, continuous service for the whole 27 days.
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144 people were burned at a political rally in the Armenian capital of Yerevan last Friday when bunches of hydrogen balloons bearing political slogans burst into flames. An Agence France-Presse story without a byline reports:
“The balloons exploded and caught fire after people holding the bunches released them from their hands into the air,” a witness told AFP.
It was not immediately clear what caused the explosions although police said they were looking into various potential reasons including the “improper storage of flammable substances”.
...The promotional balloons were decorated with the governing party’s election slogan “Let’s believe in change”.
Hydrogen balloons? Really? Is this a thing?
Exploding hydrogen balloons at Armenian political rally injure many
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