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YEREVAN, July 31. /TASS/. The armed group in Armenia's capital city Yerevan released two medical staff, kept hostages, spokesperson of the Armenian healthcare ministry told TASS on Sunday.
"Doctor Norayr Tevanyan and nurse Malina Markaryan managed to escape the police station as they were taking out an injured," the spokesperson said.
On Wednesday, the attackers took hostage a crew of an ambulance car, who had been called to the police station - two doctors, a first-aid man and a nurse. On the first day, the attackers released first-aid man David Tonoyan, and on Saturday - one of the doctors - Salvador Khechoyan.