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The Electoral Commission and Supreme Judicial Council are meant to be indpendent institutions free from political influence.
Footage published online appears to show a group of unarmed Armenian soldiers being summarily executed by Azerbaijani troops.
Nikol Pashinyan has called for the deployment of an ‘international observer mission’ along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
Yerevan’s long-running alliance with Moscow has become increasingly meaningless, but it is unclear what alternatives are available to Armenia.
The Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers have met in New York, the first official direct talks between the two countries since the most recent conflict.
On Friday, the Armenian Defence Ministry confirmed that the woman in question was killed during the clashes on 13–14 September.
Protests have erupted in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh over what appears to be a miscommunication by Pashinyan regarding a possible peace deal with Azerbaijan.
The Azerbaijani strikes on Armenian territory continue into a second day despite the international community’s calls for peace.