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This was a protest graffiti following recent not war related killings and alleged forced suicides in the Armenian army. As expected, this graffiti no longer exists. Someone tried to erase it, which is fine, it's another position. So what we have now is a different 'live art' outcome.
More Yerevan street art: http://www.epress.am/?p=89476 (PHOTOS) and subway graffiti: http://www.epress.am/en/2011/04/21/graffiti-makes-its-way-to-the-yerevan-metro-video/ (VIDEO)
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