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The criminal case against the ex-head of state remains a highly partisan issue.
Government promises zero tolerance against the underworld.
Government proposal would see prosecutor allowed to seize assets.
Landslide expected for Velvet Revolution coalition and new civil society voices.
Municipal vote heralded as sign of great political change within the country.
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.
4 Apr 16
Volunteers flock to join the army as tensions continue to escalate.
4 Apr 16
Analyst warns that latest violence may mean conflict has reached new ‘tipping point’.
3 Apr 16
The mortality rate has increased, but so have government efforts to fight the disease.
25 Mar 16
Experts worry about safety as well as the loss of local history.
2016 Women's Day
8 Mar 16
Few survivors speak out and convictions for such abuses are rare.
3 Mar 16
Alliance may be a sign of future challenges to Armenia’s democratic development.
25 Feb 16
Exotic beasts are often displayed in restaurants or kept by wealthy elites as a status symbol.
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