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Vanadzor,

city (1989 pop. 75,616), in N Armenia, at the junction of the Pambak, Tandzut, and Vanadzoriget rivers. A rail center and a major chemical producer, it also manufactures textiles and foodstuffs. In 1935 the city was renamed Kirovakan, after Sergey KirovKirov, Sergei Mironovich
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. The city was devastated by the Armenian earthquake of Dec., 1988. The name Vanadzor was adopted in 1992.
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According to the Vanadzor office of the Helsinki Civil Assembly, deaths due to ceasefire violations were reduced by three times, the deaths due to road accidents increased by half, the death rate due to health problems increased by more than 40 percent in 2018, compared to 2017.
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Local media said protests were also underway in Armenia's two other big cities - Gyumri and Vanadzor. Police warned demonstrators to disperse or face tear gas.
Simultaneously, branches of the Distance Learning Laboratory were organized at regional centers in Gyumri, Vanadzor, and Ijevan.
meeting with Vanadzor residents, Radio Liberty reported.
In Vanadzor, in the mornings, while Armenouhi fried this and scrambled that, he used to take walks, and then once more with her after dinner, hand-in-hand.
After choosing the main marzes, we identified the main towns (Giumri, Vanadzor, Echmiadzin, Abovyan, Hrazdan, and Sevan) based on the principle "15 households from each town".
These organizations are the Asparez Journalists' Club, the Consortium of Informed Citizens, an advisory public organization, the Helsinki Citizens Assembly Vanadzor office, Transparency International anti-corruption center.
networks will be restored in Gyumri and Vanadzor towns and full-time water supply will be provided, the minister said.