13 March 2003 YEREVAN, Armenia–Late in the evening of 5 March, when the public was awaiting the results of the second round of the presidential election, Public TV announced that the authorities had discovered the person responsible for the 28 December 2002 assassination of journalist Tigran Naghdalyan, chairman of the board of Public Television and […]

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