JOURNALIST DID NOT RECEIVE RECEIVE LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES -ARMTIMES.COM
11:01 | February 2,2015 | Social
Anushavan Shahnazaryan, a journalist working with Yerevan-based Noyan
Tapan news agency who was injured in Saturday’s incident, on the way
to the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, did not receive life-threatening
injuries. Shahnazaryan was sent home after undergoing examination
at Erebuni Medical Center in Yerevan on Sunday, Gayane Arakelyan,
the editor-in-chief of the news agency, told armtimes.com.
She says they expect to receive the results of examinations from Surb
Grigor Lusavorich and Erebuni medical centers later today.
“Doctors said Anushavan’s life is not endangered, and there was no
reason to stay in hospital. As Anushavan was complaining of headaches
we thought he might have a hematoma. We are waiting for the results,”
Police in Nagorno-Karabakh stopped on Saturday members of the Founding
Parliament who were holding an automobile rally to Karabakh. Among the
participants were also Jirayr Sefilian, a former commander of Shushi
special battalion, and other veterans of the Karabakh war, who are
said to have beaten up by the Karabakh police and young men wearing
special police task force uniforms. The Founding Parliament says more
than a dozen participants of the automobile rally were injured in the
incident that happened on the Goris-Stepanakert highway near Berdzor.
Journalist Anushavan Shahnazaryan was also hospitalized with injuries
From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress