“I used to daydream about my future.”
Yerevan may benefit from increased trade and new export routes.
A family is forced apart by conflict.
A 100-metre walk home under mortar fire brings a strange sort of indifference.
Woman detained for “crime” of sitting next to male bus driver.
Freezing cold weather has added to hardships facing some of the country’s most vulnerable people.
She prayed that she’d misheard and that her husband was just working late.
Authorities try to weed out people who might pose security threats from others returning from Syria.
“This is the story of how cheap our lives are in a land ruled by money and weapons.”
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