Year archives: 2006

Grant us bread . . .

By Zhanna Alexanyan   The room in the half-ruined dormitory, where Vagho, 16, has found asylum, has no electricity. The window has no panes. Vagho has instead put old clothes where glass should be. It is terribly cold in the room, although Vagho, who wears a thin sports suit and torn shoes, says he is not […]

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”If only my child felt good . . ”

By Suren Musayelyan   Despite difficulties, the Khmboyans manage more or less to take care of their most essential needs. And despite numerous problems, mother Yelena says that their “pain and sorrow” is their son, 23-year-old Roman, who at the age of six was diagnosed as having an inborn scoliosis. Scoliosis is a deformation of the […]

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