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Who Takes Out the Trash in Yerevan?

For every majestic photograph of Mount Ararat from Yerevan posted to Instagram, there is a far less-appealing view lurking just outside the edges of its neatly cropped frame. Left: A view of Mount Ararat from a vantage point in Armenia’s capital, Right: A view of a garbage-strewn field, taken [more...]

January 19, 2018 // 2 Comments

Tufts Student Launches Dog-Therapy Program in Armenia

Special to the Armenian Weekly The future of pet care has looked pretty bright in the West for quite some time now. According to the Washington Post, in 2015 alone Americans spent $11 billion on products and services for their pets—three times what it was in 1996. Purebreds, strays, you name [more...]

October 24, 2017 // 1 Comment

Armenia: The Struggle for Justice (Part II)

Some Armenians, Fed Up with Injustice, Leave the Country. Others, like Shahnazaryan, Stay and Resist… Part Two of David Barsamian’s Interview with Anna Shahnazaryan  Mountainous and landlocked Armenia has had a long history, but as a nation state it is relatively new. Armenia declared its [more...]

September 6, 2017 // 13 Comments

Armenia: The Struggle for Justice (Part I)

Some Armenians, Fed Up with Injustice, Leave the Country. Others, like Shahnazaryan, Stay and Resist… An Interview with Anna Shahnazaryan by David Barsamian Mountainous and landlocked Armenia has had a long history, but as a nation state it is relatively new. Armenia declared its independence [more...]

August 14, 2017 // 4 Comments

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