Money extorted from beneficiaries returned
Hraparak daily dwelt on its earlier report that Paros project employees attempted to extort money from beneficiaries in Ashtarak. According to the paper, postal workers told beneficiaries that they are due to pay AMD 5,000 in property taxes.
“Haypost said on Monday that postal workers have no connection to the fraud. However, we have reliable information that the chief of Ashtarak post office was summoned to the police station, with postal workers suspected of having participated in the fraud scheme. Money extorted from beneficiaries was returned on Monday. Police press service said that police prepare materials based on our publication,” the paper writes.
“The events held on April 24 on the Armenian Genocide centennial served the main purposes set: raising the international awareness of the Armenian Genocide, formation of public opinion and mobilization to condemn and fight against genocides as crimes against humanity,” the letter highlights.
At least 32 political activists and aid volunteers were killed in a municipal culture center in Şanlıurfa’s district of Suruç on July 20, right before they were due to cross the border to help with rebuilding the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane.
Şeyh Abdurrahman Alagöz, a 20-year-old university student registered in Adıyaman province, has been identified as the suicide bomber who carried out the deadly July 20 attack at a municipal culture center in Şanlıurfa’s Suruç district, which killed at least 32 activists planning to cross the border to help rebuild the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane.