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Remember Artsakh but never forget the Armenian genocide

Twenty years ago, I wrote a piece for this newspaper with a three-word opening, It's one of the paragraphs I'm proudest of in my journalism career.

The entire lead was this: “The Armenian genocide.”

  • Michael Krikorian
  • Los Angeles Times

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