‘I’M A HAPPY MAN. I RAISE 8 SOLDIERS FOR THE MOTHERLAND,’ says the father of 9 children Armen from Goris.
LIFE AS A MARATHON
LARGE FAMILY ON BORDER: “I HOPE WE WILL NOT BECOME HOMELESS”.
“THE ONLY THING I WANT IS TO WALK 5 METERS UNASSISTED”
HEY, DAVO, COME ON! WHOLE OUR LIFE’S A FREAK SHOW, DON’T CRY FOR IT.
CHILDREN ARE BEING RAISED IN RUINED HOUSE
22 MONTHS OF CAPTIVITY IN AZERBAIJAN: THE CAPTIVE RECALLS THE NIGHTMARES HE ENDURED ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BARBWIRE
FOR 4 MONTHS THE BOY HAS BEEN COLLECTING IRON TO BUY CLOTHES FOR HIS BROTHER
The “Hero” or Alina Vardanyan of Artavaz
Amid humidity, within the neighborhood of spiders and rats
The Gabrielyans: A Family in Dire Straits on the Armenian-Turkish Border
The disabled freedom fighter doesn’t lose hope
A beam of light into the gloomy reality Standing near to the pumpkin, Cinderella is certain that everything will be all right
No Home in the Homeland
Tiny Home, Big Problems: “Where can I go . . . ?”
Past and Present: Elderly couple in Shushi struggles for life in liberated town
“As Good as the Land”: Tea without sugar
Not enough, no matter how much we work
Patriot Pride: Father of seven says service goes beyond comfort
The Khachatryans: 15 Meters and Faith
Isolated on the border
Living with added disaster in earthquake land
A bad decision, and a lifetime to recover or regret
A family, a foundation, and waiting for spring
In captivity in Shushi
Just a job and some hope . . .
Hope held in a heart without cracked walls
Misery in Martakert
The rocky life
Living gray on the narrow streets of Kond
Hardship and separation and dreams in verse
The Baghdasaryans_Tkhkut (Meghri)
“Is this a life?”
“I can’t stand the hardships anymore.”
“Neither are alone”
“What can we demand from a hungry child?”
“Ruined in a ruined country . . .”
“I am ashamed”
If I do not, who would do for me?
Grant us bread . . .
”If only my child felt good . . ”