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Survivors of unlawful detention in Nagorno-Karabakh speak out about war crimes

New evidence of torture and inhumane treatment of civilians by Azerbaijani forces emerges.

Survivors of unlawful detention in Nagorno-Karabakh speak out about war crimes

By Tanya Lokshina

New evidence of torture and inhumane treatment of civilians by Azerbaijani forces emerges.

Protesters blockade Armenia’s Parliament as army chief dismissed

Protesters said they would stay until MPs supported the opposition in removing Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan from office.

Protesters blockade Armenia’s Parliament as army chief dismissed

Protesters said they would stay until MPs supported the opposition in removing Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan from office.

Political crisis in Armenia continues

Armenia remains in a tense political stand-off after the country’s top military brass called for Nikol Pashinyan’s resignation.

Political crisis in Armenia continues

Armenia remains in a tense political stand-off after the country’s top military brass called for Nikol Pashinyan’s resignation.

Russian language law presented to Nagorno-Karabakh parliament

A new draft law envisions elevating Russian to the status of an official language. 

Russian language law presented to Nagorno-Karabakh parliament

A new draft law envisions elevating Russian to the status of an official language. 

Nagorno-Karabakh entry applications to be passed on to Russian peacekeepers 

Local officials have said that the information will be shared with Russian peacekeepers for ‘security purposes’.

Nagorno-Karabakh entry applications to be passed on to Russian peacekeepers 

Local officials have said that the information will be shared with Russian peacekeepers for ‘security purposes’.

Armenia’s psychologists scramble to heal post-war trauma

A team of two hundred psychologists and psychotherapists has been tasked with healing the traumas of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh war. 

Armenia’s psychologists scramble to heal post-war trauma

By Ani Avetisyan

A team of two hundred psychologists and psychotherapists has been tasked with healing the traumas of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh war. 

Azerbaijan’s volunteers in the line of fire

When the Azerbaijani government could not take of the people living near the frontline, these women stepped in. 

Azerbaijan’s volunteers in the line of fire

By Hamida Giyasbayli

When the Azerbaijani government could not take of the people living near the frontline, these women stepped in. 

Amnesty slams Armenia and Azerbaijan for ‘disproportionate and indiscriminate’ strikes

The group said that the ‘multiplicity’ of strikes on civilian areas during the war ‘indicates that they were not accidental’.

Amnesty slams Armenia and Azerbaijan for ‘disproportionate and indiscriminate’ strikes

The group said that the ‘multiplicity’ of strikes on civilian areas during the war ‘indicates that they were not accidental’.

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.

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.

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

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

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