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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.
24 Jul 15
Borrowers typically have to sign over their homes as security for high-interest loans.
21 Jul 15
After initial confrontation, demonstrations die down in fairly amicable manner.
10 Jul 15
Armenians send a team, but get a hostile reception from flag-waving crowds.
6 Jul 15
Moscow ally says it wants to engage with Brussels, too – and that there’s no contradiction there.
3 Jul 15
President offers temporary subsidy on electricity price rise, but that isn’t enough for most demonstrators.
26 Jun 15
Police intervention only increased the number of people on the street.
19 Jun 15
Talk of deportation highlights vulnerability of migrant workers.
5 Jun 15
New rules apply only to employees of Armenia-based companies that sign up to the scheme.
5 Jun 15
Russian-owned power company seems unable to balance its books without hefty annual price rises.
20 May 15
Domestic politics go largely ignored as international community says it doesn't recognise the state so can't recognise its elections.
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