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11 Sep 2013
Mountain villagers take over disused army base because their own homes are falling apart.
The minaret is dismantled so it can be inspected for a possible breach of planning rules. (Photo: Samkhretis Karibche newspaper)
6 Sep 2013
As Muslims call for rebuilding and Christians say no, officials who cited planning violation struggle to contain damage.
A student protest against higher university fees in Armenia. (Photo: Hetq online)
5 Sep 2013
Students doubt extra income will improve facilities or teaching.
Muganli residents Gunay Yusifova (second from right) and Gullu Rahimova (third from right) (Photo: Samira Ahmedbeyli)
5 Sep 2013
People suspect shifting deadlines for new housing and other infrastructure are an election tactic intended to make them grateful.
Outside the ICRC building in Yerevan, supporters of Armenian soldier Hakob Injighulyan protest against his detention in Azerbaijan. August 19, 2013. (Photo: Hetq Online)
29 Aug 2013
While Baku says army conscript chose to defect, Yerevan says his rights as a captured combatant have been flouted.
Houses in the village of Dranda built for Abkhaz refugees from Syria: (Photo: Nizfa Arshba)
29 Aug 2013
Five hundred diaspora members have arrived so far.
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