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View of Abovyan street from Republic square, Yerevan. (Photo: Hayk Bianjyan)
25 Mar 16
Experts worry about safety as well as the loss of local history.
Activists demand the adoption of a new law on domestic violence. (Photo: Photolure)
2016 Women's Day
8 Mar 16
Few survivors speak out and convictions for such abuses are rare.
(Photo: Courtesy of RA President's official website)
3 Mar 16
Alliance may be a sign of future challenges to Armenia’s democratic development.
The bears found the conditions they were kept in distressing. (Photo: Raffi Berberian)
25 Feb 16
Exotic beasts are often displayed in restaurants or kept by wealthy elites as a status symbol.
The Sarsang reservoir lies inside Nagorny Karabakh and is controlled by Armenia. (Photo: Norayr Chilingarian/Flickr)
22 Feb 16
Yerevan accuses the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe of taking a pro-Baku stance.
The Grand Bazaar in Tehran: the end of sanctions brings hope for economic growth. (Photo: Regina Jegorova-Askerova/IWPR Georgia)
Special Report
15 Feb 16
The Islamic Republic's re-entry into international markets may inject new life into the region’s economy.
Gazprom office building in Yerevan. (Photo: Photolure)
5 Feb 16
Tehran’s re-entry into the gas market is changing the status quo.
H1N1 virus has made the Yerevan population to wear surgical masks. (Photo: Photolure)
26 Jan 16
Eighteen people have died as cases of the disease multiply across the region.
Armenian tanks on manoeuvre in Karabakh. December 2015. (Photo: Armenian president's website)
24 Dec 15
At rare meeting, two presidents agree that current escalation is a bad thing, but will they do anything to stop it?
Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan (left) with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin after signing the Eurasian Economic Treaty on October 10, 2014. (Photo: Armenian president's website)
23 Dec 15
Experts say that Armenians can gain politically and economically from increasingly fraught relationship.

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