Articles Gyumri’s Human Trafficking Victims
14:12 | January 8, 2007
“Seven of us lived in one room, where we didn't even have the most basic facilities. We would be kept partly hungry almost all the time – there would be days when we would eat dry bread, cabbage stems and even days when we would go hungry. We had already been working in those conditions for eight months when we learned that Ararat had not sent any money back to our families, even though he would swear on his brother's grave that our families were receiving payments regularly each month,” narrated 42-year old Robert Karapetyan, a resident of Gyumri.
14:13 | October 9, 2006
The floor plan included in the September 2002 Certificate of Ownership of the Proshyan village school clearly showed three structures – the school building, the boiler room and a partly constructed building.
15:36 | April 3, 2006
Within the framework of the USAID-funded project entitled Community Environmental Action Groups, the NGO Armenian Forests organized a tree-planting on March 29, 2006 in the Freedom Fighters' Memorial Grove in the town of Ijevan in the Tavush Marz, with the participation of the local municipality and students' group.
Articles Light Sentences for Trafficking Ring
Articles Punished for Slapping His Child
17:30 | February 13, 2006
"If I didn't put a stop to her lying, running away from home, or stealing now, in a couple of years she wouldn't have a decent education or a decent future. And one day she would take the path of crime and eventually end up in jail. But jail is no place for a girl and neither are the streets. What parent hasn't slapped his child at least once, to teach her a lesson? Maybe I crossed the line, I should have been more tolerant, but I did it for her own good. If I'm guilty it's only before my child, but never before the court," Varuzhan Chitchyan said.
19:15 | December 12, 2005
"I had a son who fell victim to one of the 'accidents' that happen in the army. Even if I'd had more, I would've sent them to serve in the army and protect our country, but not for these fascists. The court has turned into a circus," said Gohar Armenakyan, president of the organization Soldiers’ Defense Committee.
23:24 | October 24, 2005
The Court of First Instance of Yerevan's Kentron and Nork-Marash District has sentenced former police officer Alik Gasparyan to five years and six months in prison, in accordance with Article 132 of the Armenian Criminal Code.
01:57 | September 26, 2005
"My son has to go to school in September, my mother is terminally ill and she needs medication. I really needed money and nobody would help me. My sisters and brothers are married and have their own problems. And finding a job in Uzbekistan is practically impossible. "
15:11 | June 21, 2004
"We will fight this till the end, anyway we can, no matter what. If the law doesn't work, we will resort to force. There is no other way out," say residents of Yerevan's 13 Tumanyan Alley of the nightclub that has made their neighborhood unlivable.
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