In the video released yesterday by the National Security Service showing what was found in the summer resort home of Manvel Grigoryan, we clearly see boxes of supplies donated by students from Yerevan’s P.S. 164 destined for Armenian soldiers and letters they wrote to the troops.
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Tens of schoolchildren and young people from Byureghavan, a town in Armenia's Kotayk Province, closed the Byureghavan road and the crossroad with Arzni earlier today.
They threw me to the ground and kicked me, yelling out terrible sexual expletives. They spat on me three times.
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Researching Karapetyan’s “Clean Armenia” project directive, designed to make Armenia more attractive for foreign investment, we received a call from Iranian-Armenian businessman Edvin Khodawerdi.
As a New Year’s gift, Armenia’s Ministry of Justice handed out parcels of salami and ham to staffer produced by a company owned by the father of Garush Davtyan, who heads the ministry’s Agency of the Public Register of Legal Entities.
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