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 May 2, 2003 


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Bad News: Armenian media rated "not free" by U.S. watchdog

 

Bad News: Armenian media rated "not free" by U.S. watchdog


Citing intensifying government efforts to stifle dissent, a major U.S. human rights organization has downgraded Armenia to the ranks of 68 mainly Asian and African nations where it believes mass media are "not free."

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New Parliament To Be Elected Amid Lingering Political Tensions

New Parliament To Be Elected Amid Lingering Political Tensions


Armenian President Robert Kocharyan, still reeling from allegations of vote rigging that marred his recent re-election, has hardly opted for a conventional way of retaining control of his country's parliament. Unlike many other post-Soviet leaders, he has no party of his own and has never tried to establish one throughout his five-year presidency.

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Guilt by Association: Azeri attorney under attack for visit to Karabakh

Guilt by Association: Azeri attorney under attack for visit to Karabakh


An attorney from Azerbaijan who visited Nagorno Karabakh President Arkady Ghukasyan last week returned to Baku to find that his office had been vandalized.

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  Don't Tread In Here
 
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New Parliament To Be Elected Amid Lingering Political Tensions

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Guilt by Association: Azeri attorney under attack for visit to Karabakh

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Stocking the Cradle: Ororots ready to help infants but needs help itself

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  Photo of the week
  Gone. Forgotten?
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Gone. Forgotten?

May Day was yesterday. Time to haul out the icons of the past and remember "the good old days".

 

 





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