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‘Positive signals’ for Armenia-Turkey relations

Recent statements made by Armenian and Turkish leaders appear to express willingness for restoring diplomatic relations. 

‘Positive signals’ for Armenia-Turkey relations

Recent statements made by Armenian and Turkish leaders appear to express willingness for restoring diplomatic relations. 

After far-right smear, Yazidi rights activist faces criminal charges in Armenia

Sashik Sultanyan will soon go on trial for ‘inciting ethnic hatred’, he faces between three and six years in prison if convicted. 

After far-right smear, Yazidi rights activist faces criminal charges in Armenia

By Ani Avetisyan

Sashik Sultanyan will soon go on trial for ‘inciting ethnic hatred’, he faces between three and six years in prison if convicted. 

A personal history of trauma: a grandmother’s keys

Exploring societal trauma through the personal stories of Armenians and Azerbaijanis, how it manifests, and how it contributes to the conflict. 

A personal history of trauma: a grandmother’s keys

By Larissa Sotieva

Exploring societal trauma through the personal stories of Armenians and Azerbaijanis, how it manifests, and how it contributes to the conflict. 

Azerbaijani troops block key Armenian road

Russian border guards helped negotiate the release of roughly 40 cars that had been stranded due to the road closure. 

Azerbaijani troops block key Armenian road

Russian border guards helped negotiate the release of roughly 40 cars that had been stranded due to the road closure. 

Bottles fly in Armenia Parliament brawl

Wednesday’s session was suspended twice due to fights breaking out between government and opposition MPs. 

Bottles fly in Armenia Parliament brawl

Wednesday’s session was suspended twice due to fights breaking out between government and opposition MPs. 

Construction halted in Yerevan’s ‘Phys-Gorodok’ after violent police dispersal

Protesting residents believe that the construction permit for a high-rise was illegally granted.

Construction halted in Yerevan’s ‘Phys-Gorodok’ after violent police dispersal

Protesting residents believe that the construction permit for a high-rise was illegally granted.

Broken bodies and a broken bureaucracy: Armenian soldiers after the war

Some Armenian veterans of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War have said that they did not receive the assistance the Armenian government has promised them. 

Broken bodies and a broken bureaucracy: Armenian soldiers after the war

By Ani Avetisyan

Some Armenian veterans of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War have said that they did not receive the assistance the Armenian government has promised them. 

Azerbaijani experts debate causes of recent escalation

Some point the finger at Russia, others at Armenia, and still others at Azerbaijan itself. 

Azerbaijani experts debate causes of recent escalation

By Ismi Aghayev

Some point the finger at Russia, others at Armenia, and still others at Azerbaijan itself. 

Pashinyan appoints close ally as final cabinet member

Former Speaker of the Parliament Ararat Mirzoyan has been appointed Foreign Minister despite having no prior diplomatic experience. 

Pashinyan appoints close ally as final cabinet member

Former Speaker of the Parliament Ararat Mirzoyan has been appointed Foreign Minister despite having no prior diplomatic experience. 

Russia accuses Azerbaijan of violating ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

Thursday’s statement was the first time Russian authorities have explicitly blamed one side for violating the ceasefire.

Russia accuses Azerbaijan of violating ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

Thursday’s statement was the first time Russian authorities have explicitly blamed one side for violating the ceasefire.

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