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Dvin Titizian

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Dvin has been living in Armenia for the past 19 years. After many years of working soul-crushing jobs, she finally took a risk and quit to pursue her flirtation with writing. After working as a freelance consultant, copyeditor, and translator for a year, she joined OC Media in the autumn of 2019 covering everything Armenia. She is also proud of her side gig as a full-time mum of two little boys.

‘We’ve left our hearts there’: Displaced by war in Nagorno-Karabakh

The war forced tens of thousands of Nagorno-Karabakh residents to flee their homes, now some of them are ready to share their stories. 

Armenia’s new education standards under fire for lack of ‘Armenianness’

The proposed overhaul of the education system has elicited harsh criticism and more than a few conspiracy theories.

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