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 March 7, 2003 

To Our Readers:

Due to the efforts involved in bringing our readers daily election coverage, we are a bit behind in translation. Stories that do not appear in Armenian today will be translated throughout next week. Having survived Decision 2003, ArmeniaNow will resume its regular publication schedule.


 Decision 2003 Special Edition March 7  
 
The Days After: Sargsyan says Europeans have "different mentality"; Demirchyan says the fight isn't over



The Days After: Sargsyan says Europeans have "different mentality"; Demirchyan says the fight isn't over



Both the re-elected administration and its opposition held press conferences today in reaction to yesterday's Central Election Commission vote count that gave Robert Kocharyan a second term as President of Armenia.

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Outside Eye: A non-Armenian's view of life in his adopted home


Dear Mr. Kocharyan

Congratulations on Wednesday's re-election and your second term as President of Armenia. As I write this, the Opposition is still saying you didn't win, but they said that about the first round, too, and nothing changed.

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Paradise with a Purpose: Children and parents grow together in the Garden

 

Paradise with a Purpose: Children and parents grow together in the Garden


On Yerevan's Abovian Street, the Rainbow Garden awaits inside Building No. 44.

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Farm Aid: World Food Programme offers agriculture lessons in Lori

 

Farm Aid: World Food Programme offers agriculture lessons in Lori


In the village of Mets Parni in the Lori region, politics takes a back seat to the common struggle of daily living.

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No Room for Ritual: Lack of land for cemeteries forces question of burial tradition in Yerevan

 

No Room for Ritual: Lack of land for cemeteries forces question of burial tradition in Yerevan


Yerevan is running out of room for its dead. According to at least one specialist, unless conditions and customs change the capital could become "Cemeteryland" in the next two decades.

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Sports: Armenian tennis players have two-thirds success this week

 

Sports: Armenian tennis players have two-thirds success this week


Another series of ATP tournaments were marked by ups and downs for Armenian tennis players.

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Between the Lines: What local and international press has said this week

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Arrests made in death of popular television journalist

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Step Forward?: New report another argument for genocide recognition

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  Head of State
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Head of State

President Robert Kocharyan was elected to a second term.

 




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