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The chapel is believed to be as old as Qara Kelisa.
There are approximately 1.2 million cherry trees in Qara, producing between 4.5 to 6 thousand tons per season.
However, these characters including Akbar, Qara Koz, Shah Ismael stand side by side with the fictional characters like Mogor and Argalia the Janissary, which is a subversion of the real in an attempt to introduce new realities.
The agency notes that the song "Chirpinirdi Qara Deniz" (lyrics by Ahmad Javad, music by Uzeir Hajibayli) was performed by Russian singer Avraam Russo as an "Armenian" one under a different name.
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Addressing a religious ritual in Qara Kelisa Church in Chaldoran, archbishop Chiftchian underscored that the issue of discrimination between ethnic and religious groups has never existed in Iran thanks to the country's balanced policy.
The NNA also said the sound of strong explosions reverberated across the northern Bekaa, noting that they were the result of Russian airstrikes targeting the rugged areas of Qara in Syria's Qalamoun and the area separating the Lebanese border town of Al-Qaa from Syrian territories.
Balad leader MK Jamal Zahalka said at a protest in Kafr Qara that Israeli Arabs would no longer suffer attempts "to harm Al-Aqsa mosque or other [Muslim] holy places.
The triple attack took place in Qara Tappah, in the ethnically and communally mixed Diyala province, according to an official from the Kurdish Asayish security forces.
The Enchantress of Florence is structured on the story-within-story pattern, involving historical and imaginary characters - a narrator: Niccolo Vespucci, an enchantress: Qara Koz, an emperor: Akbar the Great, a Florentine, a disabused Republican turned a political philosopher: Niccolo Machiavelli, a first minister, pirates, explorers, queens.
Residents of Qara Qosh, east of the militant-held city of Mosul in Nineveh province, left in a rush and had little time to take their possessions, with most fleeing to the Kurdish regional capital Arbil, the UNHCR said.