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PanARMENIAN.Net reporter Karine Ter-Sahakian dies at 56

PanARMENIAN.Net reporter Karine Ter-Sahakian dies at 56

PanARMENIAN.Net - Karine Ter-Sahakian, a long-time reporter and observer at PanARMENIAN.Net passed away at 56.

In her profession, she was known by everyone in Armenia, and by many – beyond it. An expert who had no tolerance for lack of professionalism, bragging and plagiarism, she was critical of mistakes and rudeness in her profession. She was known and respected by colleagues and readers, her opinions considered by politicians and experts alike.

In her life – kind and eternally young at heart – she was always 20, though in 2 days, on July 10 she’d have celebrated her 57th birthday. She was feared and respected for her harshness and outspoken in her likes and dislikes.

She had dozens of plans – personal and professional ones. She had so much to write about, so many new places to see for many years to come...

The readers will miss her sharp articles, lyrical essays, critical comments.

All of us – her friends, colleagues – will miss her harsh voice, youthful ardor, gentle sarcasm, heart-to-heart talks and heated disputes.

A person stays alive while the memory of him lives. We'll always remember you, Kara.

We extend our warmest condolences to the family of Karine Ter-Sahakian
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