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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.
27 May 16
Children raised in care homes are marginalised by society, even after they reach adulthood.
13 May 16
A draft law under consideration by parliament has been condemned as highly provocative.
9 May 16
Thousands of incomers feel they are returning to their historic homeland.
3 May 16
A high-profile government figure has stepped down over offshore scandal and others may follow him.
19 Apr 16
The four-day April war has severely strained relations between the two countries.
14 Apr 16
Association agreement may hinge on how Yerevan handles domestic political changes.
13 Apr 16
Strong nationalist sentiments on both sides mix with fatigue over the unending conflict.
6 Apr 16
Analyst weighs possible next steps parties may take if newly-agreed truce holds.
5 Apr 16
Dozens have been killed in most serious fighting since the 1994 ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
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