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New deaths in Nagorno-Karabakh after Armenia, Azeri leaders meet

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Soldiers from Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh were killed early on Tuesday, hours after the Armenian and Azeri presidents agreed on the need for a peaceful settlement to the conflict in the breakaway region where violence flared again last month.

New deaths in Nagorno-Karabakh after Armenia, Azeri leaders meet

By Reuters | 4 years ago

Gor Mahia: Dan Sserunkuma seeks to leave for Armenia

Gor Mahia: Dan Sserunkuma seeks to leave for Armenia

Gor Mahia influential striker Dan Sserunkuma wants to leave the club to play in Armenia.

-Gilbert Wandera | 7 years ago

Readers fall for Artur brothers’ hoax

An April Fool’s Day hoax by The Standard that the Artur brothers were back in town was greeted with horror and awe as readers fell for the prank. In yesterday’s paper, we published a story saying the infamous Armenians had jetted into the country aboard a chartered jet from Dubai.

| 12 years ago

Readers fall for Artur brothers’ hoax

An April Fool’s Day hoax by The Standard that the Artur brothers were back in town was greeted with horror and awe as readers fell for the prank. In yesterday’s paper, we published a story saying the infamous Armenians had jetted into the country aboard a chartered jet from Dubai.

| 12 years ago

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