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Suspect In Yerevan Shooting Spree Detained

By RFE/RL's Armenian Service

May 19, 2014

A man suspected in a shooting spree in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, has been apprehended.

In a statement, the Armenian Interior Ministry said the suspect -- whose name was only given as Gor A. -- was detained on May 18.

The statement said the suspect turned in a Makarov pistol he said he had used in the shooting spree.

Five people were wounded in the shooting incident near a marketplace in downtown Yerevan on May 18.

RFE/RL quotes sources as saying the suspect is Gor Arakelian, the 29-year-old son-in-law of Karo Karapetian, a lawmaker representing the Prosperous Armenia party in parliament.
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Précision sur Gagik Tsarukyan, leader de ce parti :

"Links to criminal leaders

Close ties between Pzo and Chairman of the Prosperous Armenia Party Gagik Tsarukyan were covered on media from time to time. Tsarukyan ensured Armen Ghazaryan's (nicknamed Pzo) safe entry to Armenia through the mediation of the former chief of Armenian Police Hayk Harutyunyan. [45]"

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