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Armenian journalist Kristine Khanumyan faced a court case over her refusal to reveal sources.In an interview with A1 , Khanumyan noted that she had survived the Karabakh war and would not be easily intimidated. Police pressure on these journalists went so far that the prosecution launched criminal proceedings against i editor Kristine Khanumian for not disclosing her source in this story.) was done, think again: Sunday marks the premiere of the third season of . So before you Ti Vo the callipygian cavalcade (SAT class alert! ), take a look at what else Princess Kim's homeland has to offer. In July 2015, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović As a result, Armenia’s General Prosecutor dismissed the criminal case against the journalist.Yet Khanumian later stated that she was ready to go to prison for failure to comply with the court order, but she would not disclose her source.Findings from the Yerevan Press Club’s 2013 research study reveal that the absolute majority of media experts and anonymous journalist respondents believe that many media outlets are forced to choose the path of self-censorship as a result of pressure from the authorities.For example, broadcast media work in unique harmony when talking about the country’s president Serzh Sargsyan.

I remembered this story that happened just over a year ago.

We wouldn't mind putting the "men" in "Armenian," yadidameeeeean...wait, is that a pauseworthy statement?

Keen observers of Armenia’s media are likely to remember two dates from 2015: 23 June and 6 December.

“My imprisonment would set the best precedent for silencing free speech, after which at least half of the media outlets would practice self-censorship.

That is, many journalists, seeing our example, would be afraid of writing freely,” she said.

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