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Civil unrest continues in Yerevan

Supporters of the Armenian opposition resumed acts of civil disobedience this morning.  Demonstrators blocked several streets in downtown Yerevan demanding that their leader Nikol Pashinyan be elected the …

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Naira Zohrabyan: Armenia was on the verge of civil war

One of the most important results of dialogue between people and authorities of Armenia this week was that the country that was on the verge of civil war managed to prevent bloodshed, deputy of the Tsarukyan bloc, member of the Prosperous Armenia …

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Hrachya Rostomyan joins protests in Armenia

Armenia's acting minister of sport and youth affairs Hrachya Rostomyan has resigned due to the decision of the Prosperous Party to join the protest against the ruling Republican Party of Armenia. In …

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Kremlin carefully monitoring situation in Armenia

Russia considers the events in Armenia, where the opposition is continuing protests, as the country’s domestic affair and expects that the situation there will be solved soon based on a consensus decision, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry …

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Armenian opposition leader calls new rally

The Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan, who helped force the country’s prime minister to resign called on supporters to stage a rally today after planned talks with the ruling Republican Party were …

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Soldiers join protests in Yerevan

After a large-scale rally, which was held on the evening of April 22, today street protests started in Yerevan with renewed vigour. The students of the Yerevan State University joined the rally, the correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza reports. …

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Anti-Sargsyan protests resumed in Yerevan

Armenia’s opposition resumed rallies across Yerevan’s central streets today. The demonstrators blocked the city’s Pushkin, Tumanyan and Parpetsi Streets chanting anti-government slogans. "Armenia’s police …

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Police dispersed rally in Yerevan

Armenia’s police on Sunday used special means and started dispersing the rally in Yerevan, hauling off dozens of people, TASS reported. Armenia’s police made a statement on Sunday, confirming the decision to disperse …

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