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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.
4 Nov 13
Strong reactions to moves to bind Yerevan’s economic future to Moscow.
1 Nov 13
Incident part of recurring cycle as civilians try to earn a living close to Azerbaijani and Armenian army lines.
25 Oct 13
Armenian and Georgian analysts link up to discuss implications.
25 Oct 13
Mass amnesty offers no lasting solution to endemic problems in the penal system.
18 Oct 13
Long-awaited EU trade deal seems to have been upended by need to stay close to Moscow.
7 Oct 13
Bishops gathered for rare assembly have some difficult issues to talk over.
3 Oct 13
Latest incident attributed to lack of emergency channels through which opposing militaries could communicate.
20 Sep 13
Women’s Resource Centre becomes target of abuse even though it wasn’t actually involved in drafting a gender equality law hated by conservatives.
20 Sep 13
International outcry at assaults on demonstrators in the capital.
13 Sep 13
Mutual recriminations as both sides note a rise in cross-border shooting.
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