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 (gē-o͝om′rē, gyo͝om-rē′) or Ku·may·ri (ko͞o-mā′rē, -mā-rē′)
A city of northwest Armenia southwest of Tbilisi, Georgia. It was founded on the site of a Turkish fortress. From 1924 to 1990 the city was called Leninakan.
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Moscow also has a military base in Armenia's Northwestern city of Gyumri, located near the country's border with Turkey.
The contest is organized by the Jinishian Memorial Foundation (JMF) with the support of the OSCE Office in Yerevan, bringing together 40 students from seven universities in Yerevan, Ijevan, Gavar, Gyumri, Goris, Kapan and Vanadzor, and giving them the opportunity to improve their public speaking and debating skills.
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Northern regional centre Gyumri, the second largest city in Armenia, was an industrial hub before the Spitak earthquake and due to a high degree of integration in the Soviet economy, Gyumri was subject to a socialeconomic collapse.
It was announced at the rally that a group of young activists began a sit-in demonstration in the second largest city of Armenia - Gyumri.
The violence erupted when thousands of protesters in Gyumri tried to march on the Russian consulate in Armenia's second-largest city.
Valery Permyak is suspected of shooting six members of an extended family with his Kalashnikov rifle after deserting his army unit in the city of Gyumri on Monday.
The school was demolished when the city of Gyumri was hit by an earthquake in 1988.
8) Such processes are relevant whether in the Afghanistan countryside, in Sao Paulo, New York, Gyumri, Seoul, or Bamako art galleries and institutes, in a YouTube-circulated human rights video, or on the streets of any metropolis or suburb in the world.
UK Bonnie In the meantime, the music school being rebuilt in Gyumri, is expected to open in September.
In 2011 he teamed up with Deep Purple's Ian Gillan to raise money to build a music school in the Gyumri region.
Of these 34 contestants, 14 were from Yerevan, four were from Gyumri, Armenia and 16 were from a variety of other countries.