Why are violent killings so common–and the death penalty so popular–in Armenia? YEREVAN, Armenia–In a country where the prime minister and speaker of parliament were gunned down in 1999 and the head of public television killed last December, violent crime surprises no one. But over the past month or so, after waves of gangland killings, […]
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