Armenia: Gyumri's forgotten quake survivors share election hopes

Armenian families still living in squalid conditions ever since a devastating earthquake struck Gyumri 30 years ago, are hoping their plight is about to end with the election of a new prime minister.

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    Earthquake survivors in Armenia's second largest city continue to live in squalid conditions 30 years after their homes were destroyed.

    In Gyumri, government promises to rehouse them have failed to materialise.

    Armenian families are hoping their plight is about to end with the election of a new prime minister.

    Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Gyumri.


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