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 November 21 , 2003 


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Decision in the Naghdalyan Case: Sargsyan supporters say verdict is political


As Tuesday's guilty verdict came down against Armen Sargsyan, reaction was sharp and swift over the 15-year sentence of a man known most for having famous brothers.

Political commentator of "Noyan Tapan" news agency David Petrosyan, who in March predicted that Sargsyan would be found guilty, says the verdict is politically motivated.


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Health Holiday: Extended break for students as mumps continue spread in Lori


Schools remain closed in the Lori region, as the mumps epidemic continues to affect schoolchildren in the region.

On November 3, schools were ordered closed for one week, in hopes of combating the childhood-disease spread. But, with more incidence of cases, the school closer has been extended through this week, with schools schedule to resume classes Monday (November 24).


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Unrest to the North: A look at Georgia's state of the State


The Georgian Central Electoral Commission made parliament election results official yesterday, in the capital where protests have been a daily routine for 19 days. President Eduard Shevardnaze has called a meeting with the newly-elected Parliament tomorrow.


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Health Holiday: Extended break for students as mumps continue spread in Lori

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Armenia's Watergate: Politicians talk, experts explain, citizens wait

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The Week in seven days

 
 


The Arts in seven days

 

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A Queue for Calls

Big crowds gathered outside the Armentel office at Republic Square on ??? to register for mobile phone chips. It is the first time new chips have been available in more than a year.

 

 





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