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 August 8, 2003 


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Guns and Greed: Series of shootings point to turf battle with possible political connections

A series of high-profile shootings and assassination attempts, believed to be connected to the May 25 Parliament elections, are at the center of press and public curiosity in Yerevan.

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Clean-up: New center hopes to assist the fight against corruption


A center has opened in Yerevan, intended to help fight Armenia's considerable corruption problem.

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Karabakh/Azerbaijan Relations: Negotiations will continue despite potential political change


The international efforts to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will not be affected by the domestic political uncertainty in Azerbaijan and may even gather fresh momentum later this year, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia John Ordway said on Tuesday.

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Clean-up: New center hopes to assist the fight against corruption

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Karabakh/Azerbaijan Relations: Negotiations will continue despite potential political change

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Hope and Housing: Project gives shelter, encouragement to vulnerable families

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Dancing Prez

President Robert Kocharyan attended closing ceremonies of the second Pan Armenian Youth gathering "Baze" at Lake Sevan on Wednesday. The Chief of State put away Presidential Pomp in favor of boogieing with the kids.

 

 





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