18 October 1996 Print > Both opposition and pro-government newspapers are experiencing serious financial difficulties. Russian- and Armenian-language organs of the Union for National Self-Determination, for example, are published only intermittently. > Newly founded papers include the opposition Ko tert, organ of the Scientific-Industrial and Civic Union; the weekly organs of the Ministry of Justice […]

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