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Garen Yegparian

Oversized Water Pistols, Undersized Brains

The last week’s developments can almost be described as bizarre. Over something as simple and basic as electricity rates (or tariffs as they’re being referred to in what I assume is a more Euro-English parlance) in the Republic of Armenia, a major street mobilization has erupted!

Garen Yegparian

Oversized Water Pistols, Undersized Brains

The last week’s developments can almost be described as bizarre. Over something as simple and basic as electricity rates (or tariffs as they’re being referred to in what I assume is a more Euro-English parlance) in the Republic of Armenia, a major street mobilization has erupted!

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The Architect in a Box

There was nothing but sand here. Now, a picture-perfect 21st century metropolis stands tall with pride.

Sports

Seda Tutkhanyan

Armenian Wins Gold at Baku Games

Seda Tutkhalyan, a native of Gyumri, who is competing on behalf of the Russian team won a gold medal Tuesday in the gymnastics team competition

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International

Thousands of people continue to demonstrate on Marshal Bagramian Avenue in Yerevan (Source: Photolur)

‘No to Plunder’ Organizers End Sit-In While Baghramyan Avenue Protest Continues

Organizers of the “No to Plunder” movement, who spearheaded the now seven-day-long public protests against electricity rate hikes, announced Monday night that they will suspend a sit-in being staged at Liberty Square that began on Sunday and will hold a press conference to discuss next steps in the continuing fight to reverse the decision to raise electricity prices in Armenia. “No to Plunder” activists pledged their support to protesters on Baghramyan Avenue who are continuing their demonstration into the eighth day.

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