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 March 14, 2003 

"No Crisis": President says elections are "for the country, not for a report"

"No Crisis": President says elections are "for the country, not for a report"



In his first public appearance following the publication of official results of elections President Robert Kocharyan said earlier this week that voting irregularities did not impact the election outcome.

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


Having been infected with a small dose of America's Iraqnophobia virus, I made a recent stop into my nearby Yerevan hardware store to investigate its Homeland Security department.

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Le Bus: French come to aid of Yerevan transport crisis

 

Le Bus: French come to aid of Yerevan transport crisis


While waiting for a bus to take her to work one day last week, Yerevan resident Narineh Harutyunyan, hardly considered that the ride could be anything but normal.

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Untimely Life: Woman survives "Suicide Bridge" but says her escape is "punishment"

 

Untimely Life: Woman survives "Suicide Bridge" but says her escape is "punishment"


Tsovinar Sargsyan points to a wooden cross on the wall of her hospital room and says it is the reason she is alive.

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Flower Power: A month of honoring women is a beautiful break from politics

 

Flower Power: A month of honoring women is a beautiful break from politics


When Anahit Harutyunyan, who lives in the Geghard village in Kotayk region, reminded her 11-year old daughter Sona that she had to pick "snowdrops" from a nearby field, the little girl got very happy.

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Failure to Communicate: Residents says Armentel in violation for antennas

 

Failure to Communicate: Residents says Armentel in violation for antennas


Some Yerevan residents on Baghramyan Avenue are concerned that satellite dishes being placed on their building by Armentel may be harmful to their health.

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Sports: Armenians out early in Indian Wells tennis

 

Sports: Armenians out early in Indian Wells tennis


Both Sargis Sargsyan and David Nalbandian have suffered defeats in the first round of Pacific Life Open tennis tournament in Indian Wells, Florida. The tournament concludes this weekend.

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  Inside
 

Camp Complaint: Protestors set up short-lived "city" near CEC

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Election Summary: Independent agency says "electoral institutions have died"

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News Views: Journalists meet to review their work during elections

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  Photo of the week
  Blooming Mad
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Blooming Mad

March 8 is always the Day of Women in Armenia. This year, however, it was the Day of Angry Women, as a few thousand took their bouquets into the streets to protest last week's Presidential runoff election.

 




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