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‘Disproportionate force’ from Armenian police as clashes with protesters continue

The latest clashes happened when protesters tried to storm a government administration building. 

‘Disproportionate force’ from Armenian police as clashes with protesters continue

The latest clashes happened when protesters tried to storm a government administration building. 

Charles Michel: Pashinyan-Aliyev meeting ‘frank and productive’ 

Details about whatever agreements the Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders reached have remained scant. 

Charles Michel: Pashinyan-Aliyev meeting ‘frank and productive’ 

Details about whatever agreements the Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders reached have remained scant. 

Kolkhozashen goes to school

One of the most remote villages in Nagorno-Karabakh has found a new sense of purpose with the unexpected arrival of a teacher from Yerevan. 

Kolkhozashen goes to school

By Ani Avetisyan

One of the most remote villages in Nagorno-Karabakh has found a new sense of purpose with the unexpected arrival of a teacher from Yerevan. 

Owner of fire-bombed queer bar wins ECHR case against Armenia

DIY bar was set alight in 2012, with one of the owners forced to flee the country after receiving death threats.

Owner of fire-bombed queer bar wins ECHR case against Armenia

DIY bar was set alight in 2012, with one of the owners forced to flee the country after receiving death threats.

Pashinyan slams CSTO members for arms trade with Azerbaijan

The Armenian Prime Minister also criticised members of the alliance for not supporting Armenia, including when Azerbaijan crossed into its territory.

Pashinyan slams CSTO members for arms trade with Azerbaijan

The Armenian Prime Minister also criticised members of the alliance for not supporting Armenia, including when Azerbaijan crossed into its territory.

In Pictures | Armenia’s not-so-velvet counter-revolution

Armenia’s opposition protesters remain steadfast in their demand for Pashinyan’s resignation, though they have few specifics on what happens next.

In Pictures | Armenia’s not-so-velvet counter-revolution

Armenia’s opposition protesters remain steadfast in their demand for Pashinyan’s resignation, though they have few specifics on what happens next.

Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers discuss normalisation

Statements from Armenia and Azerbaijan about the meeting made it unclear if a wider peace deal was discussed.

Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers discuss normalisation

Statements from Armenia and Azerbaijan about the meeting made it unclear if a wider peace deal was discussed.

Armenia’s opposition protests end second week with little momentum

Opposition protests in Armenia still can still bring a crowd but nevertheless appear to have stalled. 

Armenia’s opposition protests end second week with little momentum

Opposition protests in Armenia still can still bring a crowd but nevertheless appear to have stalled. 

Censorship and violence: the challenges to press freedom in the Caucasus in 2022

OC Media spoke with journalists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Daghestan, and Georgia about the challenges they must overcome to report the news.

Censorship and violence: the challenges to press freedom in the Caucasus in 2022

By Shota Kincha

OC Media spoke with journalists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Daghestan, and Georgia about the challenges they must overcome to report the news.

Police confront protesters as thousands take to the streets in Yerevan

Over 200 people have been detained as Police have used force to prevent protesters from blocking streets.

Police confront protesters as thousands take to the streets in Yerevan

Over 200 people have been detained as Police have used force to prevent protesters from blocking streets.

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