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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.
15 Feb 16
The Islamic Republic's re-entry into international markets may inject new life into the region’s economy.
5 Feb 16
Tehran’s re-entry into the gas market is changing the status quo.
26 Jan 16
Eighteen people have died as cases of the disease multiply across the region.
24 Dec 15
At rare meeting, two presidents agree that current escalation is a bad thing, but will they do anything to stop it?
23 Dec 15
Experts say that Armenians can gain politically and economically from increasingly fraught relationship.
15 Dec 15
Russians are buying less brandy and wine, and farmers and manufacturers don't have alternative markets.
14 Dec 15
Political opposition says referendum was fixed, and international monitors call for claims of widespread abuses to be investigated.
10 Dec 15
Rights activists say the situation has got worse since the country joined a Moscow-led bloc.
2 Dec 15
Proposed changes envisage shift from presidential to parliamentary system.
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