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16.04.2018 | army

Արցախում զինծառայող է զոհվել

Արցախում զինծառայող է զոհվել
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Aram Khachatryan was shot dead by a fellow serviceman: «Joke» shots continue in the Armenian army (video) 28.03.2018 | army

Aram Khachatryan was shot dead by a fellow serviceman: «Joke» shots continue in the Armenian army (video)

Resident of the village of Rind, Vayots Dzor region, conscript Aram Khachatryan, born in 1998, was killed on October 20, 2017 in a military unit in Martakert. There were two traces of shots on the right side of his shoulder: an indirect evidence of deliberate murder. The shooter Ara Haruty

“He said, ‘I shot Narek; go there, he may still be alive’” 9.03.2018 | army

“He said, ‘I shot Narek; go there, he may still be alive’”

At 8 p.m., when Marine has just returned from work, somebody knocked the door. “There were people from the Military Commissariat. I opened the door and a bunch of people came in. They told me Narek was no more… I understood. I said you killed my son. They stood there staring at me.”

The commander used to wake up the soldiers at late night, lay out them and force to learn letters (video) 19.02.2018 | army

The commander used to wake up the soldiers at late night, lay out them and force to learn letters (video)

Armine Avetisyan, the mother of 20-year-old Hovsep Grigoryan, a soldier that was killed in Artsakh on January 27, could have kept his only son in Russia, where he lived more than10-years. But he brought Hovsep back to Armenia, to his native Spitak, believing that it was better to serv

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