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Campaigners warn that government statistics showing no rise in abuse do not reflect reality.
Pashinyan appeals to Putin for support in resolving dispute with Gazprom.
Country goes back to work, even though infections continue to rise.
Civil society fears that new laws lack oversight and violate the confidentiality of personal data.
Flagship vote put on back burner while country deals with Covid-19.
16 Feb 15
Small business owners continue to oppose legislation that they say will ruin them.
12 Feb 15
OSCE mediators urge end to attacks after a month in which 20-year-old ceasefire was broken in thousands of incidents.
5 Feb 15
After past failures, campaigners are optimistic that parliament will pass the new legislation this time round.
3 Feb 15
Membership of Russian-led bloc could mean restrictions on free speech.
2 Feb 15
Analysts go behind the headlines to weigh up the risks posed by an upsurge in fighting.
26 Jan 15
Mass protests held over Yerevan’s failure to try Russian suspect in an Armenian court.
21 Jan 15
New common labour market makes it easier for migrants to go to Russia, but jobs will be thin on the ground this year.
24 Dec 14
Assaults on opposition may reflect fears that its strength is growing.
18 Dec 14
As President Sargsyan stresses economic benefits of joining Russian-led bloc, others fear they are signing up to political union as well.
16 Dec 14
New agency will focus on rehabilitating offenders rather than simply locking them away in overcrowded jails.
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