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Disinformation – sometimes spread by medical experts - has become a serious public health threat.
Experts say that a virtual war of words increasingly accompanies the conflict.
State encouraging more female participation in country’s military.
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.
8 Aug 14
Rising numbers of casualties shake 20-year-old ceasefire agreement.
7 Aug 14
Fears of attack on media freedoms after court rules information is needed to help solve serious crime.
7 Aug 14
Claims that Armenians were target of ethnic attack are disputed by eyewitnesses.
30 Jul 14
Health ministry plans new strategy to tackle high rates of malnourishment among under-fives.
22 Jul 14
President Sargsyan issues unprecedented criticism of Moscow’s readiness to supply long-term foe Azerbaijan.
14 Jul 14
Campaign groups now find that politicians are interested in their causes.
9 Jul 14
Officially, refugees still count as living in areas they fled 20 years ago.
7 Jul 14
Consumers ask why they should pay for result of mismanagement.
4 Jul 14
Just meeting face to face offers opportunities to engage in considered discussion and to listen to the other side.
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