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 September 26, 2003 


Features: People and events of interest

 

Empties: The hard life of Armenia's "bomzhs"


At about 2 a.m., Artur goes to work. His "job" is collecting bottles in rubbish dumps near buildings.

"As soon as you touch rubbish you are a bomzh (vagrant) from that moment on," says Artur.

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Help for the Hurting: Health care specialists learning new methods of treating childhood depression


The city was filled with red butterflies and red rain was coming down from the sky.

According to psychologist Karineh Sahakyan children of Gyumri who lost parents in the 1988 earthquake, see dreams like that.

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The Naghdalyan Case: Murder trial moves on with details of meetings and plots

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Minding the Media: New law draws protests from journalists

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Help for the Hurting: Health care specialists learning new methods of treating childhood depression

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The Week in seven days

 
 


The Arts in seven days

 

  Photos of the week
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Celebrating independence from construction

On Independence Day (September 21), Yerevan residents got a first look at the newly rebuilt Republic Square. Pavement packers led the parade.

 

 





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