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Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (C) arrives for a ceremony in Yerevan on July 7, 2013. Armenia has honoured singer Charles Aznavour, often dubbed the 'French Sinatra', laying a star in honour of the crooner at a colourful event in his ancestral homeland.

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French singer Charles Aznavour (C) arrives for a ceremony in Yerevan on July 7, 2013. Armenia has honoured singer Charles Aznavour, often dubbed the 'French Sinatra', laying a star in honour of the crooner at a colourful event in his ancestral homeland.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (C) arrives for a ceremony in Yerevan on July 7, 2013. Armenia has honoured singer Charles Aznavour, often dubbed the 'French Sinatra', laying a star in honour of the crooner at a colourful event in his ancestral homeland.
  • Charles Aznavour - French Minister Delegate for Francophonie Yamina Benguigui (C) and French Ambassador to China Sylvie Bermann (L) watch as French singer Charles Aznavour addresses a reception to mark the end of the French language year in China, in Beijing on December 13, 2012.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour arrives at the Elysee Palace for a lunch with Armenian and French presidents following their meeting at the Elysee Palace, on November 12, 2012 in Paris. Born Shahnur Aznavourian in Paris to Armenian parents, the 84-year-old singer has maintained close links with Armenia and is among the best-known figures of France's 400,000-strong Armenian diaspora.
  • Charles Aznavour - A file picture taken on September 7, 2011 in Paris shows French crooner Charles Aznavour performing on stage at the Olympia concert hall in Paris. Three concerts by legendary French singer scheduled in New York for next week have been canceled, organizers said on April 22, 2012, shortly after the 87-year-old complained of fatigue.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour is pictured before the visit of his house with French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Erevan on October 7, 2011. French President Nicolas Sarkozy urged Turkey on Friday to recognise the World War I-era massacres of Armenians as genocide within a 'very brief' period before his term ends in May 2012.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (L), French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) and Armenian President Serzh Sargsian (C) talk at the Ararat mount (L) during the visit of Charles Aznavour's house in Erevan on October 7, 2011. Sarkozy is on a two days visit in Caucase country where he will visit Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (L), French President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and Armenian President Serzh Sargsian (R) listen a choral singing Aznavour songs during a visit to his house in Erevan on October 7, 2011. Sarkozy is on a two days visit in Caucase country where he will visit Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
  • Charles Aznavour - French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) shakes hands with French singer Charles Aznavour as another French singer Helene Segara (L) takes a picture in Erevan on October 6, 2011 during the visit of Charles Aznavour house. Sarkozy is on a two days visit in Caucase country where he will visit Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
  • Charles Aznavour - French crooner Charles Aznavour performs on stage at the Olympia concert hall in Paris on September 7, 2011 in Paris. The legendary singer-songwriter pleased fans the world over when he announced plans for a month-long residency at Paris' landmark Olympia theatre starting September 7, followed by a nationwide tour.
  • Charles Aznavour - French crooner Charles Aznavour performs on stage at the Olympia concert hall in Paris on September 7, 2011 in Paris. The legendary singer-songwriter pleased fans the world over when he announced plans for a month-long residency at Paris' landmark Olympia theatre starting September 7, followed by a nationwide tour.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenian French singer Charles Aznavour takes part in the recording of the TV broadcast show 'Vivement Dimanche' on August 30, 2011 in the studios of French channel France 2 in Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenian French singer Charles Aznavour takes part in the recording of the TV broadcast show 'Vivement Dimanche' on August 30, 2011 in the studios of French channel France 2 in Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenian French singer Charles Aznavour takes part in the recording of the TV broadcast show 'Vivement Dimanche' on August 30, 2011 in the studios of French channel France 2 in Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour poses aboard the Orient Express train in Paris on August 28, 2011 en route to the French central city of Chanceau-près-Loches to participate in the 16th edition of 'La Foret des Livres' literature festival.
  • Charles Aznavour - American singer and actress Liza Minelli (R) and French singer Charles Aznavour give a press conference prior to their show at the Zenith to benefit AIDS research, in Paris on April 7, 1994.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour reads a note on August 28, 2011 in the Orient-Express luxury train which brings him to the French central city of Chanceau-pres-Loches to take part in the 16th edition of 'La Foret des Livres' book fair.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour poses on August 28, 2011 in the French central city of Chanceau-pres-Loches as he participates in the 16th edition of 'La Foret des Livres' book fair.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour poses aboard the Orient Express train in Paris on August 28, 2011 en route to the French central city of Chanceau-près-Loches to participate in the 16th edition of 'La Foret des Livres' literature festival.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (L) dedicates a book in Chanceau-près-Loches, central France, during the 16th edition of 'La Foret des Livres' literature festival on August 28, 2011.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour (L) and actor Alain Delon surround Soviet actress Natalya Belokhvostikova during the presentation of the first co-production USSR-France-Switzerland film 'Teheran 43' at the Russian Embassy, in Paris, on April 15, 1981.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singer Charles Aznavour performs on stage during the 'SOS Japon' solidarity concert on May 31, 2011 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, a charity event to raise funds for the benefit of the Japanese Red Cross in support of Japan's earthquake and tsunami victims. The event, due to English-born French actress and singer Jane Birkin, gathered about twenty French artists and was broadcast live on French public radio station France-Inter.
  • Charles Aznavour - English-born French actress and singer Jane Birkin (L) and other artists applaud on stage at the end of the 'SOS Japan' solidarity concert on May 31, 2011 at theTheatre du Chatelet in Paris, a charity event to raise funds for the benefit of the Japanese Red Cross in support of Japan's earthquake and tsunami victims. The event, due to Birkin, gathered about twenty French artists and was broadcast live on French public radio station France-Inter. 3rdL, foreground is French singer Charles Aznavour.
  • Charles Aznavour - French actor and singer Charles Aznavour (C) poses for photographers next to Canadian actress Arsinee Khanjian (R) during the photocall for their film 'Ararat' by Canadian director Atom Egoyan (3rdL) relating the 1915 Armenian genocide during the photocall at the palais des festivals 20 May 2002 during the 55th Cannes film festival. The film is presented today out of competition.
  • Charles Aznavour - French actor and singer Charles Aznavour (C) poses for photographers next to Canadian actress Arsinee Khanjian (R) during the photocall for their film 'Ararat' by Canadian director Atom Egoyan (3rdL) relating the 1915 Armenian genocide during the photocall at the palais des festivals 20 May 2002 during the 55th Cannes film festival. The film is presented today out of competition.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour (C) waves his sculpture designed by Gerard Garouste, after receiving the 2011 Scopus Award, as Beate (2ndL) and husband, writter, historian and lawyer Serge Klarsfeld (L) and Florence de Botton (R), President of Jerusalem hebraic University (UHJ) look on at the Champs-Elysees Theatre during the 2011 Scopus gala on January 23, 2011 in Paris. All the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour (2ndL) is helped by film director Roman Polanski (C) as Beate Klarsfeld, wife of writter, historian and lawyer Serge Klarsfeld, French actor Gerard Darmon (3rdL), President of Jerusalem hebraic University (UHJ), Florence de Botton and French TV host Michel Drucker (R) look on during the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. All the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - Film director Roman Polanski attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour won the Prize and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre during the 2011 Scopus gala on January 23, 2011 in Paris. Aznavour received the 2011 Scopus Award and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - Film director Roman Polanski attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour won the Prize and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre during the 2011 Scopus gala on January 23, 2011 in Paris. Aznavour received the 2011 Scopus Award and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre during the 2011 Scopus gala on January 23, 2011 in Paris. Aznavour received the 2011 Scopus Award and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - Bernadette Chirac (L), wife of former French President Jacques Chirac, poses with Simone Dassault (R), wife of French honorary President of Dassault Systems and right wing ruling party UMP senator Serge Dassault, upon arrival for the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. French Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour received the 2011 Scopus Award and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - Yasmine Tordjman (R), wife of French minister for Immigration and National Identity Eric Besson, poses upon arrival with an unidentified friend to attend the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. French Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour received the 2011 Scopus Award and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - Film director Roman Polanski attends the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour won the Prize and all the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour (2ndL) is helped by film director Roman Polanski (C) as Beate Klarsfeld, wife of writter, historian and lawyer Serge Klarsfeld, French actor Gerard Darmon (3rdL), President of Jerusalem hebraic University (UHJ), Florence de Botton and French TV host Michel Drucker (R) look on during the 2011 Scopus Award gala at the Champs-Elysees Theatre on January 23, 2011 in Paris. All the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French and Armenian-born singer Charles Aznavour (C) receives the 2011 Scopus Award from Menahem Ben Sasson (2ndL), President of Jerusalem hebraic University (UHJ), as Beate (3rdL) and husband, writter, historian and lawyer Serge Klarsfeld (L) and Florence de Botton (R), UHJ other President, look on at the Champs-Elysees Theatre during the 2011 Scopus gala on January 23, 2011 in Paris. All the profits of the evening will finance the 'Edmond and Lily Safra' research laboratory in Jerusalem, dedicated to Parkinson disease.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singers Charles Aznavour (R) and Mireille Mathieu (C) and Eddie Barclay attend the new revue of the Lido cabaret in Paris on March 14, 1990.
  • Charles Aznavour - French singers Charles Aznavour and Mireille Mathieu attend the new revue of the Lido cabaret in Paris on March 14, 1990.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour (C) inaugurates on May 30, 2010, in the townhall's gardens of Versailles, outside Paris, the Armenian memorial Khachkar in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the 1915 Armenian genocide victims.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour answers to journalists questions during the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour (R) and Armenia's ambassador in France, Viguen Tchitetchian (2ndL) inaugurate a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
  • Charles Aznavour - Armenia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations office in Geneva, Franco-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour attends the inauguration of a Khatchkar memorial in tribute to Armenian people who fought for France and to the victims of the 1915 Ottoman-era mass killings, on May 30, 2010, in the Versailles townhall's gardens, outside Paris.
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