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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.
EU to host talks between rivals Azerbaijan and Armenia
With Russia bogged down in Ukraine, observers say Azerbaijan has sensed an opportunity and has stepped up its incursions in Nagorno Karabakh.
Meeting of Turkey and Armenia top diplomats a boost in relations
As a first step toward reconciliation, charter flights between Armenia's capital Yerevan and Turkey's biggest centre, Istanbul, resumed earlier this year.
Armenia's president resigns over position's lack of power
Armenian President Armen Sarkissian resigned on Sunday, citing his inability to "influence" the political life of his country.
Armenia lifts Turkish trade ban as officials hint at relations thaw
Envoys from the two countries will meet in Moscow next month in the first direct talks for nearly 12 years
Azeri army defuse and destroy landmines left behind after the war
Mine clearance operations conducted over the past week in Tartar, Aghdam, Fuzuli, Shusha, Gubadli, Jabrayil and Zangilan have found and cleared anti-personnel mines, 27 anti-tank mines and 19 pieces of unexploded ordnance (UXO).
Russia hosts rare talks between arch rivals Armenia and Azerbaijan
President Putin met the leaders of both countries, on the anniversary of a peace deal ending a conflict over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Fresh flare-up of violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan
The defence ministries of both countries confirmed the fighting.
Armenia's former defence minister arrested on corruption charges
Armenia's former minister of defence has been detained on suspicion of abuse of power, fraud and embezzlement.
Armenia and Azerbaijan mark anniversary of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
More than 6,500 people were killed in the six-week conflict for control of the region.
Armenia says 3 soldiers killed in border clashes with Azerbaijan
It's the deadliest clash since the end of last year's war between the two countries in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia's Nikol Pashinyan is fighting for his political life. Why?
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Incumbent PM wins Armenian legislative ballot but opposition contests
Fewer than 50 per cent of the electorate took part in a vote that embattled Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan hoped would win him a "mandate of steel".
Armenia accuses Azerbaijan of 'encroaching' on its territory
Azerbaijan denies the accusation from Armenia. France, Russia and the US have urged the two countries, which fought a deadly war last year, to de-escalate.
Turkey summons U.S. ambassador over Biden Armenia genocide recognition
Turkey rejects the use of the word genocide and claims that both Turks and Armenians were killed.
Armenia remembers the victims of mass killings by Turkey in 1915
The US is preparing to recognise the killings as genocide.
Joe Biden 'preparing to formally recognise the Armenian genocide'
Such a move would further cool relations between the US and Turkey - although one official said Biden could still change his mind.
Armenian Prime Minister confirms he will step down to allow election
Nikol Pashinyan has faced weeks of protests calling for his resignation in the wake of Armenia’s defeat in last year’s war with Azerbaijan.
Armenia’s PM calls early elections in a bid to defuse political crisis
BREAKING: Armenia’s PM calls early elections in a bid to defuse the country’s political crisis
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Armenian anti-government protesters blockade Parliament in Yerevan
Armenian anti-government protesters blockade Parliament in Yerevan calling for the Prime Minister's resignation
Amid political unrest, Armenia's PM says he's ready for snap elections
"Only the people can decide who will stay in power," said PM Nikol Pashinyan as rival protests took place in the Armenian capital.
Armenian president refuses order to dismiss army chief
It came as several thousand people demonstrated on Saturday in Yerevan for the third day in a row, demanding the resignation of the prime minister.
Armenia’s PM says the army attempted a coup. What’s really going on?
Who are the key players and what was the catalyst that sparked tensions this week?
Turkey slams Dutch bid to recognise massacre of Armenians as genocide
Turkey has strongly denounced a motion by the Dutch parliament to formally recognise the 1915 massacre of Armenians as genocide.
Armenia's Prime Minister accuses military chiefs of 'attempted coup'
"What happened today is that some people tried to put our military staff in a non-democratic process and a military coup," said Pashinyan to his supporters.
Dutch government urged to recognise 1915 Armenia massacre as genocide
Turkey utterly refutes that the events of over a hundred years ago constitute a genocide.