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Armine is a broadcasting journalist. She has a Master’s Degree in GIPA (Georgian Institute of Public Affairs). Since 2007 she has been working in different TV stations as a broadcasting journalist. Armine covers social and political issues.
Army in Armenia, a Bastion for Manhood?
Artyom Avetisyan has lost count of the times he has driven along the serpentine road that from Yerevan takes him to the village of Khachik - a...
Resurrecting Gyumri, One Story at a Time
Twenty seven-year old Arsen Vardanyan was born and raised in Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city. He trained to be a lawyer, but only...
War and Peace: Women of the Battlefield
65-year-old Marietta Khachatryan has been wearing a military uniform for 26 years. An engineer by profession, she join up to fight in the Karabakh...
Living as Muslims in Christian Armenia
Thirty-six-year-old Iranian linguist Mariam Torabi came to Armenia last year with a goal not unlike that of other visitors: to learn a new language...
Armenia’s Seven Nuns
One of the world’s oldest, predominantly Christian lands, Armenia is dotted with centuries-old monasteries inhabited by scores of monks, but...
Fading - On Being Udi in Armenia
Vyacheslav Bejanov shuns cameras, eschews interviews. He does not want publicity - the Udi community he belongs to has been on and off under the...
Most of the passers-by avoid it; the plaster cracks, bricks may drop, and rods fall, making the large four-storey building on Garegin Nzhdeh just...