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 September 12, 2003 


Features: People and events of interest

 

Greedy Harvest?: Historic gardens in peril as urban development spreads


A garden regarded as a historic cultural monument is in danger of being destroyed by urban expansion in Yerevan.

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"Special" School: Afflicted children must survive in damaged conditions at No. 2


Three classmates, 10- year old boys Mher, Armen and Narek have hardly sat down at one school desk and are drawing with colored pencils. Three of them drew the same houses with colorful roofs.

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Life in the Monuments of Death: A visit to the cemetery village, Noraduz


Arevshat Sargsyan becomes very inspired and enthusiastic when he sees visitors to his village.
Despite he is lame in the right leg he quickly jumps up from the big chair-shaped stone where he usually basks in the sun and welcomes guests by saying: "I can be your guide, I can answer all your questions."

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Death for Death Penalty: Capital punishment abolished; Human Rights Law approved

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Tigran Naghdalyan Murder Case: Prosecutor accuses attorney of having fake license

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Bad Connection: Government wants to invalidate telecommunications monopoly of ArmenTel

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The Week in seven days

 

 


The Arts in seven days

 

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September 11, Yerevan. Commemorating the American tragedy, events at Moscow cinema hosted by the US embassy became a solemn tribute due to Armenian citizens -- officials, clergymen, simple people, children, who came to join their voices to the world's choir condemning terrorism.

 

 





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