- Independent Journalism From Today's Armenia
 April 11, 2003 

From our readers

Thank you for the article. A reminder we have to be realistic and the President to stop terrorizing "his" people. But as George Harrison said: ALL THINGS MUST PASS.

Samvel Mkrtchian

. . . I hope our president has read this article.

Thank you.
Liana Mikaelyans

. . . your letter to Kocharyan is the best thing I read last couple weeks!

Garen Melikyan

. . . thanks for your letter to Mr. Kocharian. I truly HOPE that he
will consider to rectify at least SOME of the issues you talk about.

Armenia now has been keeping me in touch with Armenia, until I
return to Yerevan (as I do every year) this summer.

Janet Mouradian

I just want to say Suren Deheryan that your article was good reading. I have seen cemeteries in Yerevan that take up at least 5 times the numbers of plots allowed here in the United States. It's good to read an article from Armenia about things that really matter.

Darwin Jamgochian
Southbury, Ct


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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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