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20 Sep 13
International outcry at assaults on demonstrators in the capital.
A shepherd pastures his flock in no-man's land between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces on the Karabakh front line. (Photo: Orhan Orhanov)
13 Sep 13
Mutual recriminations as both sides note a rise in cross-border shooting.
Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan with Russia's Vladimir Putin. (Photo: Armenian president's official website)
13 Sep 13
Opposition parties attack plans to join Russian-led trade bloc.
A student protest against higher university fees in Armenia. (Photo: Hetq online)
11 Sep 13
Students doubt extra income will improve facilities or teaching.
Outside the ICRC building in Yerevan, supporters of Armenian soldier Hakob Injighulyan protest against his detention in Azerbaijan. August 19, 2013. (Photo: Hetq Online)
29 Aug 13
While Baku says army conscript chose to defect, Yerevan says his rights as a captured combatant have been flouted.
Naira Zohrabyan (left) of the Prosperous Armenia party is hoping to tone down an equality law to keep conservatives on board. (Photo: Photolure agency)
23 Aug 13
Conservatives thunder at term they say could “promote homosexuality”.
Closed crossing-point on the Armenian-Turkish border. (Photo: Photolure)
20 Aug 13
Death of Turkish civilian worsens an already troubled relationship.
Foreign ministry in Baku. (Photo: Magerram Zeynalov)
14 Aug 13
Foreigners who slip across from Armenia told they are unwelcome in Azerbaijan.
EU external affairs commissioner Catherine Ashton with Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan. (Photo: Photolure agency)
8 Aug 13
Immediate effect will be to ease visa process; broader trade benefits will come later.
Meskhetian pupils at a school in Ianeti, western Georgia. (Photo: Maia Avaliani)
26 Jul 13
Government says it’s speeding up processing of applications from ethnic minority members to come back to their old homeland.

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