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 April 11, 2003 


Features: People and events of interest

His Name is Armen: Mother still waiting for her son five years after disappearance

 

His Name is Armen: Mother still waiting for her son five years after disappearance


Seda Mkrtchyan watches news of the war in Iraq and thinks of conflict closer to her home in the Pokr Vedi village of the Ararat region.

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Back to the Future: University continues Armenian tradition of engineering specialists

 

Back to the Future: University continues Armenian tradition of engineering specialists


The State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA) celebrates its 70th anniversary this year with programs aimed at revitalizing the institution and Armenia's reputation in the science.

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Help and Hope: Mission Armenia reaches out to elderly and refugees

 

Help and Hope: Mission Armenia reaches out to elderly and refugees


Hamazasp Yeghiazaryan lives in Saramej, a village with a name that means "surrounded by mountains".

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At the Edge of Destruction: Lori village lives with 14 years of temporary conditions

 

At the Edge of Destruction: Lori village lives with 14 years of temporary conditions


Hamazasp Yeghiazaryan lives in Saramej, a village with a name that means "among the mountains".

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World View: New television campaign aims at a moral message

 

World View: New television campaign aims at a moral message


A series of public service announcements advocating ideas of love and tolerance toward people, nature and the planet will soon appear on Armenian television.

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His Name is Armen: Mother still waiting for her son five years after disappearance

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Avoiding SARS: Healthcare workers in Armenia on alert for symptoms of deadly flu

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Back to the Future: University continues Armenian tradition of engineering specialists

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  Photo of the week
  Drawing Criticism
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Drawing Criticism

An exhibition of cartoons has been on display at Moscow Cinema since April 1. It is the first such exhibit in 17 years and not everybody is pleased about whose work was included. Among the aggrieved was this group of young cartoonists whose cartoons were not selected. They rallied outside the cinema Monday, wearing their work.

 

 





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