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Zhamanak: Sports minister’s son bought hashish in Iran

‘Zhamanak’ paper writes that David Vardanian, the son of Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Yuri Vardanian, bought hashish in Iran, smuggled it across the border, and was detained in the territory of Armenia. The paper reminds its readers that the criminal cases, opened under Criminal Code articles ‘purchase of narcotic drugs’ and ‘smuggling’, were transferred to the Unit of Cases of Particular Importance of the Main Investigative Department of Armenian police.  

23.10.2013, 11:59

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