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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.
12 Nov 14
Even in anti-government mode, Prosperous Armenia party may poach elite insiders who see it as the better bet for the future.
7 Nov 14
High-level meetings after a long break offer hope of new momentum in long-running negotiations on Karabakh.
27 Oct 14
As President Sargsyan stresses economic benefits of joining Russian-led bloc, others fear they are signing up to political union as well.
27 Oct 14
Two out of three local TV stations outside Yerevan won’t get channels on public-service digital system.
24 Oct 14
Government backtracks on the timing of new tax rules after protests by small businesses.
16 Oct 14
President Sargsyan says 2009 accords could be withdrawn from parliament, signalling end to hopes of ratifying them one day.
6 Oct 14
Case will come as Armenians mark 100th anniversary of mass killings.
1 Oct 14
Fears that appeal court ruling will open the way to pressure on journalists to reveal their sources.
26 Sep 14
Decision to open a branch of Moscow university seen as attempt to strengthen Russia's hand in the country.
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