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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.
Pashinyan appeals to Putin for support in resolving dispute with Gazprom.
Country goes back to work, even though infections continue to rise.
Civil society fears that new laws lack oversight and violate the confidentiality of personal data.
30 Sep 15
Traditionally close relationship marred by Russian arms sales to Azerbaijan and general economic woes.
24 Sep 15
Troubled regional environment plus domestic weakness leave trade in the doldrums.
15 Sep 15
Extra capacity to export electricity to Iran will not make Armenia an independent player in energy markets.
8 Sep 15
Although Armenia has a longstanding Yezidi community, only a handful of refugees have made it out of Iraq so far.
3 Sep 15
Concerns about legal loophole that excludes LGBT community from legal protections afforded to minorities.
28 Aug 15
Despite win in Europe’s human rights courts, political stalemate is likely to draw out the process of paying reparations to families displaced by war.
24 Aug 15
Murder trial still to take place in an Armenian court.
24 Aug 15
Orange sells local subsidiary to a company with shareholder links to the finance minister.
18 Aug 15
Activists warn that plan might contaminate country’s most important water source.
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