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Refusing to accept election outcome, opposition demands fresh polls.
15 Mar 13
Officials dismiss public expressions of anger as plot by agents provocateurs.
15 Mar 13
Political analyst on the protests where economic concerns meet north-south rivalries
2 Mar 13
Raffi Hovhannisyan did better than expected, but insists he was robbed of victory.
28 Feb 13
Ilham Aliyev pledges to go after corrupt local government officials, though some see them as just the products of the system he heads.
25 Feb 13
Raffi Hovhannisyan rallies thousands to back his claim that he should be president.
12 Feb 13
Relations between president and prime minister reach new low as confrontation spills onto streets.
5 Feb 13
Allies say they are being framed for spontaneous protest by exasperated residents of provincial town.
30 Jan 13
Struggling to support families, they believe their husbands were made scapegoats for 2011 bloodshed.
14 Dec 12
Authorities repressive and responsive by turn, but the old social contract has been torn up.
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