Armenian Aggression

EU again requires Armenia to close Metsamor NPP

For years, many environmental experts have been noting that the Metsamor nuclear power plant (NPP) in Armenia is the main threat to the regional environment and people’s lives. Unfortunately, the plant that outlived its usefulness still continues its operation as the Armenian government refuses to close it despite the constant calls from international organizations.
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Armenians hold protest, prepare for uprising

Armenia, a poor South Caucasus country, faces a number of problems today, which include unemployment, corruption, poverty, inflation, weak economy, low foreign investment, falling exports and many others. In this context, the Armenians, who are already tired of the Armenian government’s failures, periodically conduct protests in various cities of the country.
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Dozens of Armenians die in country's army – statistics

Armenia yet is face to face with a serious problem which is the outflow of the country’s population abroad. A considerable part of these people are Armenian teenager boys, and the reason for their flee is the Armenian army. Their parents are well aware of the terrible situation in the country’s armed forces – therefore, they try to find any opportunity to keep their sons far from that horror.
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