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 September 19, 2003 

Features: People and events of interest


Young Country: Independent minds mark September 21 anniversary

When the juniors of secondary school No 83 are asked if they are happy to live in an independent Armenia they confidently say "yes".

It perplexes them when they are asked why. Some laugh and reply: "Because we live in an independent state."

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File under Friendship: Lonely hearts play the dating game for love and companionship

"I'm a person who has respect for promises, I don't smoke, sometimes I drink. I wish to meet a thoughtful man devoted to his family."

"I'm a kind, communicative and hospitable woman. I'm interested in sports, I like to dance and I cook very well, sometimes I smoke and sometimes I drink. I wish to meet a communicative, kind, clever man devoted to his family."

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According to Agnes
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Naghdalyan case: Trail enters interrogation stage

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National News: Conference ponders the Armenian Condition

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Cataloging Culture: Armenia's hidden galleries emerge into view

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The Week in seven days


The Arts in seven days


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September 15, Progressive Youth Union of Armenia demonstrated its attitude towards ArmenTel by protesting in front of the buiding of the telecommunication company with posters saying, "We demand quality communication". People passing by joined the protesters trampling down telephones. No connection, no need in phones.



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