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Ani Avetisyan

Ani is a seasoned journalist and fact-checker. Open-source investigations and data visualisation are her passions.

Robert Kocharyan: ‘We will win Armenia’s next election’  

Armenia’s embattled second President, currently on trial for ‘overthrowing the constitutional order’, has announced he would participate in the next election. 

Armenian opposition leader calls for uprising but ‘without violence’

Vazgen Manukyan has been demanding that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan resign ‘without preconditions’. 

Child safe after hostage crisis in Yerevan resolved 

The man surrendered to police after several hours of negotiation with Armenia’s Chief of Police. 

Pashinyan and Aliyev meet for first time since war

According to President Putin, the meeting in Moscow included discussions of unblocking regional economic and transportation links.

Remains of Armenian soldiers ‘killed in December clashes’ reportedly handed over

The soldiers were reportedly killed in clashes near Hadrut in late December.

Armenian Prime Minister calls for new elections in 2021

The date of the elections will be set following consultations with the opposition, Pashinyan said. 

Armenia awaits complete numbers of killed soldiers and POWs 

So far, Armenia has published the names of 1,779 killed soldiers.