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Competing protests and the death of a witness: month one of Armenia’s ‘trial of the century’ 

The controversial trial has recently been rocked by the death of a key witness.

Competing protests and the death of a witness: month one of Armenia’s ‘trial of the century’ 

By Marine Kharatyan

The controversial trial has recently been rocked by the death of a key witness.

Opinion | Queer rights are being weaponised by Armenia’s counter-revolutionaries

In a last-ditch attempt to regain support, Armenia’s corrupt former ruling class have joined with an odious crew of far-right and homophobic forces.

Opinion | Queer rights are being weaponised by Armenia’s counter-revolutionaries

By Anna Zhamakochyan

In a last-ditch attempt to regain support, Armenia’s corrupt former ruling class have joined with an odious crew of far-right and homophobic forces.

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections

The former ruling Republican Party did not pass the 5% threshold to gain seats in parliament.

Pashinyan block wins landslide in Armenia’s snap parliamentary elections

The former ruling Republican Party did not pass the 5% threshold to gain seats in parliament.

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 pauses protests in Armenia after ruling party suggest they will support him

The leader of Armenian protests Nikol Pashinyan has called on people to pause demonstrations, after the ruling Republican Party suggested they might support his appointment as prime minister in a vote on 8 May.

Pashinyan pauses protests in Armenia after ruling party suggest they will support him

The leader of Armenian protests Nikol Pashinyan has called on people to pause demonstrations, after the ruling Republican Party suggested they might support his appointment as prime minister in a vote on 8 May.

Mass civil disobedience in Armenia following Pashinyan’s failed PM bid

Protests gained a second wind after parliament failed to appoint protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as prime minister yesterday.

Mass civil disobedience in Armenia following Pashinyan’s failed PM bid

Protests gained a second wind after parliament failed to appoint protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as prime minister yesterday.

Republican Party blocks appointment of new Armenian prime minister

MPs from the ruling Republican Party voted against, Nikol Pashinyan, despite earlier vowing not to block his appointment.

Republican Party blocks appointment of new Armenian prime minister

MPs from the ruling Republican Party voted against, Nikol Pashinyan, despite earlier vowing not to block his appointment.

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