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 April 25, 2003 


From our readers


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Kind regards,
K.Melekyan

In your editorial of 11 April, 2003 you said:

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What do you mean "something right"?

You are doing a lot more than "something right".

I scan ArmeniaNow.com every Friday, and then return to it several times during the next few days to actually read the articles in their entirety! That probably explains why you have visitors who revisit. . .

Keep up the good work

Regards,
Razmik Vartanian


  "Turkish Flag"
 
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  Inside
 

Film Flap: Protestors stop showing of Turkish movie in Yerevan

Full story

 
 
 
 

Honoring the Honorable: Norweigan paid tribute at Genocide memorial

Full story

 
 
 
 

Reinstated: Police department loses case against member of Jehovah's Witness

Full story

 




  Photo of the week
 
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Pain in Paint

Yesterday (April 24) members of Mihr youth organization gathered in a park near the State Conservatory where they used black (tragedy) and red (blood) paint to depict Mt. Ararat from its western side. On a white canvas they painted names of villages where Genocide took place.

 

 





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