Thousands of Armenian youths have been protesting in the streets for the last 10 days. They're mad at a proposed hike in the cost of electricity. They accuse the Russian-owned electric company of corruption.
Much of the former Soviet republic of Armenia temporarily lost Internet service last week. The reason? A woman scavenging for copper in neighboring Georgia cut the cables that serve Armenia. Reporter Shant Shahrigian reports from Yerevan.
We have a story of a Flamenco musician in Los Angeles. But he's not Spanish ... he's Armenian. Vahagni's family left Armenia in September 1991, just a few weeks before the collapse of the Soviet Union.