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 July 25 , 2003 


Features: People and events of interest

 

Family Law: Newly enforced legislation makes surrogate birth more appealing to the childless.


Lusine Mkrtchyan's face fills with joy when she holds her "little kid", six year old Karen, in her arms. After 12 years of marriage without children, the 40 year old woman and her husband decided to have a child via surrogate mother.

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Sports and Culture Conference: Panarmenian Youth Foundation sets up camp in Dilijan


Beginning Monday and continuing through next week, some 550 youth from Armenia and Diaspora will gather in Dilijan for the second Panarmenian youth conference.

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Wet and Wild: Ancient tradition of Vartavar arrives Sunday


They wait like little bandits, these children armed with buckets and bottles of water on this single day of cultural dispensation, when they are more or less expected to douse unsuspecting passersby.

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Double Death: Siamese twins birth and death separate family.

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Family Law: Newly enforced legislation makes surrogate birth more appealing to the childless.

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The Week in Seven Days.

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This has been a nerve-wracking week for many students as they have waited to discover if they have passed entrance exams for universities in Armenia. For this student in Yerevan, success brought a smile and a kiss from a relative.

 

 



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