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Armenia: Opposition Protest Dispersed

Unzipped carries photographs, video and updates on the situation in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, after this morning's dispersal by police of an ongoing overnight unsanctioned protest demonstration in support of former president, Levon Ter-Petrossian, who disputes the outcome of the 19 February presidential election in Armenia. My Armenia Election Monitor 2008 and The Armenian Observer will also carry constant updates during the day.

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  • Harry_eagle

    I’m very frightened, but I have to give you this information.
    Do you know, what Robert Khocharyan, president of Armenia, were used Kharabakh Forces against Armenian nation ? You can find this even asking armenian solgers, who was there at that time, and you can find, what Mr. Khocharyan couldn’t use Armenian forces, and he decided to use Kharabakh spetial Forces. Don’t you think, what this man turns Kharabakh into the terrorists republic ?

  • dear readers
    i worry that there are no forums where the military-massacres from armenian governement against the demonstrators are discussed. i think i can call that massacres. i am not armenian, just a swiss who likes this country – but hates dictators like serge.
    watch this guestbook for important comments:
    http://www.armenianow.com/?action=saveGuestbook&start=0&IID=

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