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#Nikol Pashinyan

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.

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. 

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.

Armenian opposition hits the streets again

The opposition is demanding the resignation of the Prime Minister following controversial statements he had made about the status of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Armenian opposition hits the streets again

The opposition is demanding the resignation of the Prime Minister following controversial statements he had made about the status of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Few details on Nagorno-Karabakh ‘agreement’ between Putin and Pashinyan

The Armenian Prime Minister also signed a number of bilateral agreements on economic,  cultural, and security cooperation.

Few details on Nagorno-Karabakh ‘agreement’ between Putin and Pashinyan

The Armenian Prime Minister also signed a number of bilateral agreements on economic,  cultural, and security cooperation.

Nagorno-Karabakh leadership slams Pashinyan

‘No government has a right to lower the negotiating bar for a status acceptable to Artsakh’, reads a recently adopted resolution by the Nagorno-Karabakh parliament.

Nagorno-Karabakh leadership slams Pashinyan

‘No government has a right to lower the negotiating bar for a status acceptable to Artsakh’, reads a recently adopted resolution by the Nagorno-Karabakh parliament.

Pashinyan and Aliyev agree to establish border commission by April 

At a summit in Brussels, the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan also agreed to ‘work on the preparation of a future peace treaty’.

Pashinyan and Aliyev agree to establish border commission by April 

At a summit in Brussels, the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan also agreed to ‘work on the preparation of a future peace treaty’.

Armenian citizen fined for insulting Pashinyan

The conviction was the first under the recently passed ‘grave insults’ law.

Armenian citizen fined for insulting Pashinyan

The conviction was the first under the recently passed ‘grave insults’ law.

Armenian PM wins case against Armenia in Strasbourg court

Pashinyan sued Armenia in 2010 over his arrest and conviction following the deadly 2008 crackdown on anti-government protesters. 

Armenian PM wins case against Armenia in Strasbourg court

Pashinyan sued Armenia in 2010 over his arrest and conviction following the deadly 2008 crackdown on anti-government protesters. 

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