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This month Beirut is marking two somber anniversaries – 40 years since the onset of the Lebanese Civil War and 100 years since the start of the Armenian genocide.Five Lebanese-Armenian creatives gave blood to print posters for the event.Having dedicated the 12th issue of the magazine to celebrating Armenian culture, the publication has gone a step further, organizing a daylong street fair and party with live music by local Lebanese-Armenian performers, in collaboration with Achrafieh 2020 . Colacion added that the intention is not to call for recognition of the genocide on behalf of the Armenian people.The 12th issue of the magazine features a diverse set of stories, from a feature on the Armenian population of Anjar, to a guide to Burj Hammoud, a roundup of the best Armenian films and an interview with Los Angeles-based Lebanese-Armenian music producer Bei Ru. President of Achrafieh 2020 Carole Babikian Kokoni said that the event aims to revive the success of previous car-free days with an Armenian flavor.
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