French President Emmanuel Macron kept a 2017 campaign promise and has declared April 24 as a national day of remembrance of the Armenian genocide
Decision will increase tensions with Turkey which denies massacres during the First World War were coordinated or aimed at wiping out the country's Armenian minority.
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Nikol Pashinyan was re-elected as prime minister of Armenia on Sunday in a snap election he called in October in a bid to cement the country's political shift. But who is the man leading change in the country?
Armenians vote on Sunday in an early parliamentary election initiated by acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan
Two Armenian teens, who have been living in the Netherlands for the past decade, have gone into hiding to avoid deportation, their mother said on Monday.
"We will stay a close ally of Russia.. We aren’t going to make a U-turn in our foreign policy"
Nikol Pashinyan speaks during final day of NATO summit in Brussels
After the euphoria, challenges and cautious optimism in a new Armenia
What the election of protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as Armenia’s prime minister means for a young Armenian.
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People-Power prevails in Armenia
Peaceful protests have continued in Armenia as Pashniyan supporters demand that he is elected prime minister despite him not having the support of parliament.
Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan has called for further non-violent demonstrations in Armenia saying that the victory of the people must be recognised.
Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan says It’s time to open a new chapter in the history of the country.
Anti-government protests continue in Armenia as the acting prime minister, Karen Karapetyan, rejects a proposal to hold talks with the opposition leader
The latest news concerning the inter-Korean meeting, Armenia protests, and the end of Macron's US visit.
Thousands of people gathered in Yerevan on Tuesday to mark the one hundred year anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks.
Thousands gathered in Yerevan to remember the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians a century ago amid their country's current political uncertainty.
Armenia’s long-standing leader Serzh Sargsyan resigned as prime minister after more than 10 days of demonstrations against him which saw tens of thousands take to the streets.
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Demonstrators clashed with police in Armenia as anti-prime minister protests entered their eighth day.
Dozens of opposition protesters attempted to block government buildings in Armenia's capital to prevent the new prime minister Serzh Sarksyan from chairing the first cabinet meeting on Thursday.
Armenian opposition groups say around 30 of its supporters were detained when police tried to break up a protest.
Demonstrators see a recent change of government as an attempted power grab by the ex-president