Global Voices

A Story of People In War and Peace

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Historians consider the Karabagh War (1989-1994) one of the first signs of the Soviet Union's collapse. Journalist and former POW, Vardan Hovhannisyan lived alongside the soldiers, doctors and villagers caught in the conflict and captured their immediate thoughts and last words to their families. Twelve years later, Vardan returns to Karabagh to try and find answers to the war and lessons for peace.
 

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