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The settlement negotiations reflected an attempt by Moscow to shore up its influence in the region.
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Armenian festival celebrates wine
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A strong explosion at a fireworks storage area tore through a popular market in Armenia's capital on Sunday, killing at least one person, injuring 36 others and setting off a large fire.
EU calls for 'cessation of hostilities' between Armenia and Azerbaijan
European Council President Charles Michel is "closely engaged" with the leaders of both countries, according to an EU official.
Armenians drench each other at water festival
Screaming and water splashes - this is what the Armenian capital looks like during water festival Vardavar.
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Armenia and Azerbaijan foreign ministers hold first meeting since 2020
The two neighbouring countries' top diplomats met in Tbilisi on Saturday as fighting flared up on the countries’ borders in recent weeks.
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Tens of thousands rally to demand Armenian PM's resignation
Tens of thousands of protesters blocked streets and gathered around government buildings in Armenia's capital.
Dozens arrested as Armenia opposition protests up pressure on PM
Police detain protesters at anti-government demonstrations in the Armenian capital Yerevan, as opposition parties mount pressure on Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over his "treacherous" handling of a territorial dispute with arch-foe Azerbaijan.
Dozens of people detained at anti-government demonstration in Armenia
Protesters have called for Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to resign after he advocated a peace deal with Azerbaijan.
Armenia and Azerbaijan agree to start peace talks at EU meeting
The agreement comes after a resurgence of tensions in the region and accusations of ceasefire violations.