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Demonstration in Yerevan against proposed electricity price hike. May 27, 2015. (Photo: Photolur agency)
5 Jun 15
Russian-owned power company seems unable to balance its books without hefty annual price rises.
Karabakh's prime minister Arayik Harutyunyan casts his vote in the May 3 election. (Photo: Nagorny Karabakh government)
20 May 15
Domestic politics go largely ignored as international community says it doesn't recognise the state so can't recognise its elections.
Arman Sahakyan (right) in court with his lawyer Maro Khachaturyan. (Photo: Nor Serund)
15 May 15
Current laws ban racist and similar remarks, but not verbal attacks on LGBTI people.
Public hearings on the new NGO law. (Photo: Gayane Mirzoyan)
15 May 15
Bill hailed as result of successful consultation process between Yerevan and civil society.
Journalists interview construction company staff at the new station in Akhalkalaki. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
11 May 15
Cross-border railway could tie region into trade with Europe, but there's been little discussion of it locally.
President Serzh Sargsyan and first lady Rita Sargsyan at the Armenian Genocide Day ceremony, April 24, 2015. (Photo: Armenian president's website)
1 May 15
Experts say campaign continues, but needs to evolve.
30 Apr 15
“We live in a constant state of alarm. We’re afraid a new war is going to start.”
Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan (right) with Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. (Photo: Armenian president’s website)
27 Apr 15
Yerevan may benefit from increased trade and new export routes.
Press conference with Armenian foreign minister Edward Nalbandian (right) and EU neighbourhood policy commissioner Johannes Hahn. Yerevan, March 18. (Photo: Photolur agency)
27 Apr 15
Limited benefits from joining Russian-led economic bloc seem to have prompted Yerevan to re-engage with Brussels.
Villages in Armenia are to become part of larger administrative areas. (Photo: Nazik Armenakayan)
20 Apr 15
Officials say merging 900-plus local administrations into 14 makes sense, but the plan is meeting resistance.

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