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Karine Ter-Saakian

Karine Ter-Saakian

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Karine Ter-Saakian
8 Dec 04
In this country, even the doctors and politicians who warn of the evils of nicotine are smokers themselves.
Karine Ter-Saakian
10 Nov 04
Much of Armenia’s job market remains in the shadows as an unofficial labour exchange continues to flourish.
Karine Ter-Saakian
23 Sep 04
In devout Orthodox Christian Armenia, only four women have become nuns – but they don’t regret it
Karine Ter-Saakian
19 Aug 04
In a country normally associated with strong Christian identity, many are opting for the old gods.
Karine Ter-Saakian
14 Jul 04
Resettlement programme aimed at bolstering depressed border regions is gaining momentum.
Karine Ter-Saakian
1 Jul 04
The decline of what was once the biggest wholesale market in the South Caucasus marks a change in the way Armenia and Georgia trade with one another.
Karine Ter-Saakian
11 Mar 04
Almost half the inmates of the country’s only women’s prison are serving sentences for murder.
Karine Ter-Saakian
13 Feb 04
Young Armenians are mixing up pagan, Christian and Western love festivals – and the church is not impressed.
Karine Ter-Saakian
15 Jan 04
Thousands of Armenian women end up being sexually exploited in Turkey or the UAE – and the perpetrators are going unpunished.
Karine Ter-Saakian
29 Aug 03
As men go off to Russia in search of work, many poor rural villages are inhabited almost entirely by women

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