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Landslide expected for Velvet Revolution coalition and new civil society voices.
Municipal vote heralded as sign of great political change within the country.
Female participation in the protests has not translated into political power.
Diplomatic efforts have stalled with little progress in sight.
Member states failed to appoint an Armenian as the bloc’s new general secretary.
17 Jan 14
Court orders Shant Harutyunyan to be detained for compulsory testing after he called for revolution.
10 Jan 14
With their main highway shut because of the risk of gunfire, residents of northeastern district are almost cut off from the outside world.
9 Jan 14
Government plans to reduce use of custody orders for suspects awaiting trial.
24 Dec 13
Turkey now says Armenia must mend fences with its other neighbour Azerbaijan before rapprochement can happen.
23 Dec 13
Too many dams will dry up rivers downstream, they warn.
19 Dec 13
Academic focus used to be on pure research, but now the country needs ideas that can feed into manufacturing.
9 Dec 13
Russian leader Vladimir Putin seals renewed alliance with trip to Yerevan, although some take to the streets for Ukrainian-style protest.
4 Dec 13
Spread of virus linked to migrant population moving back and forth to Russia and Ukraine.
2 Dec 13
Presidents take a step forward by meeting face to face, but fundamental positions on Karabakh look as immovable as ever.
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