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 October 24, 2003 


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The Naghdalyan Case: Armen Sargsyan faces his accusers


Attention in the Tigran Naghdalyan murder trial turned again to accused killer John Harutyunyan and co-defendant Felix Arustamyan this week.

Armen Sargsyan, the brother of slain Prime Minister Vazgen Sargsyan, is accused of ordering Naghdalyan's murder (allegedly for $75,000). He was expected to testify, however his testimony was postponed when an isolation ward doctor confirmed that Sargsyan is in bad health.


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October 27: A few minutes of terror, a few years of asking why

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October 27: Public outcry and the political impact of terrorism

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The Tragedy of Trafficking: Organizations want to see a more active fight in Armenia

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The Week in seven days

 
 


The Arts in seven days

 

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Surviving members of the legendary Ararat football team were reunited Friday October 24 for a match to mark the 30th anniversary of their Soviet league
championship and cup double-winning season in 1973. The team played an all-star former Soviet national side at Yerevan's Hrazdan stadium.

 

 





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