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Garen Yegparian

Outrageous Inequity from Its Den

Precious few governments act ethically and morally, and even those do so infrequently. But when an action, in addition to being a- or im-moral and unethical, is also inappropriate, inconsistent, indecent, and shafts an innocent third party, it becomes outrageous.

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Survivor

I drive up the 395 like some new ageless nomad scouring the remnants of slick Silk Road IEDs, abstracting triangulations of fire, ambushing mile-high sniper squads and extraction teams

Garen Yegparian

Outrageous Inequity from Its Den

Precious few governments act ethically and morally, and even those do so infrequently. But when an action, in addition to being a- or im-moral and unethical, is also inappropriate, inconsistent, indecent, and shafts an innocent third party, it becomes outrageous.

Paul Chaderjian

Three Apples: The Relic

Once there was and there was not … that place 100 years ago that my ancestors survived, where teenage boys were dressed as girls, young women married off to foreigners and infants given up to Kurds

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A Final Farewell to Charles Aznavour

France paid a moving national homage on Friday to Charles Aznavour, the late French singer of Armenian descent, in a ceremony in Paris attended by President Emmanuel Macron and Armenia’s leaders.

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