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Border Life: Villagers in Movses deal with shootings and natural hardships

The newly built church in the border village of Movses has become the last hope of having a little safer life for the villagers who live under apprehension of daily shootings.

Residents of the village, about 300 meters away from the border with Azerbaijan (about 230 kilometers from Yerevan), say 90 percent of the village is under Azeri surveillance from an observation post.

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15.11.2011 06:04
I don t understand,where is the armenian army to protect these villages on the border.Shooting on armenian villages is an act of war.There was a big show of military power during the 20 th anniversary of Armenia s independence,I guess it was only a show. The Azeris are bleeding us ,how much longer are we going to wait.If they want war then lets have it and finish them off.
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