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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.

Analysis | Dissatisfaction with government and support for protests increased during Sargsyan’s rule

CRRC examines how data showed increasing levels of dissatisfaction with the government and increased support for protests in the run-up to Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’.

Analysis | Dissatisfaction with government and support for protests increased during Sargsyan’s rule

By CRRC

CRRC examines how data showed increasing levels of dissatisfaction with the government and increased support for protests in the run-up to Armenia’s ‘Velvet Revolution’.

Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

Analysis | Ten years after a deadly crackdown in Armenia, will history repeat itself?

By Peter Liakhov

On 1 March 2008, 10 people died when police broke up protests. Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan is now once again raising the spectre of 1 March.

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