Armenian Memorial at USC Damaged by Vandals

Two people stomped on the display's fact sheets and flowers.

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A memorial at the University of Southern California dedicated to the Armenian genocide was partially torn down by two students, the Daily Trojan reports. The pair was reportedly yelling and stomping on the temporary display, which was built by Armenian student groups and comprise fact sheets and 1,500 carnations placed in the ground—each flower representing 1,000 Armenians killed between 1915 and 1923.