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Civil society groups call for the political echelons to rein in their rhetoric.
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.
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.
10 Dec 14
As activists mark Human Rights Day 2014, they say things are likely to get worse once the country is part of Russia’s political project.
10 Dec 14
Lower export revenues and falling money transfers from expats in Russia have sent the Armenian dram onto a downward path.
3 Dec 14
After one national carrier collapsed last year, its successor is fighting for survival.
1 Dec 14
As government dithers, university staff leave their posts.
24 Nov 14
People living close to the border with Azerbaijan question government initiative intended to boost business in their areas.
20 Nov 14
Mutual recriminations as helicopter downing mars efforts to rebuild dialogue between leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan.
20 Nov 14
Two Azerbaijanis face murder, espionage charges in court in Karabakh.
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