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Protests in Yerevan amidst ‘counter-revolution’

Prime Minister Pashinyan fired six of his ministers and announced plans to resign in a bid to force snap parliamentary elections.

Protests in Yerevan amidst ‘counter-revolution’

Prime Minister Pashinyan fired six of his ministers and announced plans to resign in a bid to force snap parliamentary elections.

Pashinyan and Aliyev vow to reduce tensions after meeting in Tajikistan

The Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders agreed on a direct line of communication to prevent ceasefire violations over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Pashinyan and Aliyev vow to reduce tensions after meeting in Tajikistan

The Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders agreed on a direct line of communication to prevent ceasefire violations over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Yerevan Council elections

Pashinyan ally Hayk Marutyan is set to become mayor after the My Step bloc’s sweeping victory winning 81% of the vote.

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Yerevan Council elections

Pashinyan ally Hayk Marutyan is set to become mayor after the My Step bloc’s sweeping victory winning 81% of the vote.

Armenian news site raided by police in wiretapping case

The search of Yerevan.Today’s offices was connected to recordings of phone conversations between two top security chiefs which leaked online last week.

Armenian news site raided by police in wiretapping case

The search of Yerevan.Today’s offices was connected to recordings of phone conversations between two top security chiefs which leaked online last week.

Anti-mining activists put New Armenia’s ‘people power’ to the test

An environmental protest against an offshore mining company in Jermuk has put Armenia’s revolutionary government between a rock and a hard place.

Anti-mining activists put New Armenia’s ‘people power’ to the test

By Knar Khudoyan

An environmental protest against an offshore mining company in Jermuk has put Armenia’s revolutionary government between a rock and a hard place.

Armenian security service pressured judge according to wiretapped phone calls

The head of the National Security Service claimed to have ordered a judge to detain former president Robert Kocharyan.

Armenian security service pressured judge according to wiretapped phone calls

The head of the National Security Service claimed to have ordered a judge to detain former president Robert Kocharyan.

Angela Merkel concludes visits to Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan

Merkel faced questions about Georgia’s Western ambitions, human rights in Azerbaijan, and suggested Georgians may soon be able to work in Germany.

Angela Merkel concludes visits to Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan

Merkel faced questions about Georgia’s Western ambitions, human rights in Azerbaijan, and suggested Georgians may soon be able to work in Germany.

‘Consider me back’ says former Armenian President

Robert Kocharyan, facing charges for ‘breaching the constitutional order’, slammed PM Pashinyan for his ‘inexperience’ and vowed a political comeback.

‘Consider me back’ says former Armenian President

Robert Kocharyan, facing charges for ‘breaching the constitutional order’, slammed PM Pashinyan for his ‘inexperience’ and vowed a political comeback.

Russian Railways subsidiary raided in Yerevan

Armenia’s State Revenue Committee searched the offices of South Caucasus Railway in a midnight raid on Wednesday.

Russian Railways subsidiary raided in Yerevan

Armenia’s State Revenue Committee searched the offices of South Caucasus Railway in a midnight raid on Wednesday.

Armenian former president Kocharyan released on bail

Armenia’s second president was forced to cancel a press conference on Tuesday after protesters chanting ‘murderer’ stormed the venue.

Armenian former president Kocharyan released on bail

Armenia’s second president was forced to cancel a press conference on Tuesday after protesters chanting ‘murderer’ stormed the venue.

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