protests in Armenia

Protesters in Yerevan pass by Pashinyan's mansion

The protesters in Yerevan passed by the residence of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. The protesters shouted insults at the prime minister, RIA Novosti reports. Several thousand people take part in the procession. …

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Does Pashinyan have a strategy

The Armenian leadership, surrounded from all sides, is trying to choose the best option for overcoming political isolation. Nikol Pashinyan's government faces a difficult task: to reduce the degree of popular censure by knocking out from …

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Protest staged at Yerevan State University

A group of youth has begun a protest near Yerevan State University (YSU) today. They marched to the university building, entered, and are chanting, "Nikol, the traitor" and "Armenia without Nikol," referring to Prime …

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Police start detaining protesters in Yerevan

The Armenian police have started detaining protesters who gathered near the parliament building in Yerevan. Currently, the Armenian parliament is holding an urgent session. A clash broke out between the protesters demanding that …

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Mass protests launched by Armenian opposition

Opposition activists seeking the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan launched a national strike in the country today. The opposition rally has started at Republic Square at 12:00 local time. During the rally, the …

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Opposition trying to start another revolution in Armenia

The time given to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his team by 16 opposition parties to resign voluntarily ended. On December 5, the opposition political forces of Armenia, which held a rally and march in the center of …

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Opposition starts countdown to Pashinyan's resignation

Today, during a rally in Yerevan, the protesters put forwards an ultimatum to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan - to resign together with the cabinet by 12.00 (11.00 Moscow time) December 8, media reports. "We will discuss two issues …

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Hundreds protest against Pashinyan in Yerevan

Hundreds of Armenians blocked streets in the capital Yerevan late on Thursday and called for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over a ceasefire deal that locked in Azerbaijani territorial gains in Nagorno-Karabakh last month. …

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