What the election of protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as Armenia’s prime minister means for a young Armenian.
The opposition figure leading a people power revolution against alleged corruption in the Caucasian republic.
Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan says It’s time to open a new chapter in the history of the country.
Two weeks of protests are set to continue amid ongoing anger at the ruling elite in the country
Demonstrators in Armenia have returned to the streets, stepping up their calls for reform following the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sarksyan.
Thousands gathered in Yerevan to remember the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians a century ago amid their country's current political uncertainty.
A growing mass protest movement remains defiant despite police making multiple arrests
Demonstrators clashed with police in Armenia as anti-prime minister protests entered their eighth day.
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
The ruling Republican Party is leading in a parliamentary election in ex-Soviet Armenia, an exit poll showed on Sunday.
The EU and Armenia have concluded negotations on a Partnership Agreement.
Armenia has voted in favour of giving more powers to the prime minister and parliament at the expense of the president. The result was announced
Around 50 people have been briefly detained in the Armenian capital Yerevan after protesting against a hike in electricity prices. They had been
Anger continues to spread across Armenia against plans to raise energy prices. Russia has cautioned against any attempt to spark a new so-called
Anger is growing across Armenia against police handling of protests which began earlier in the week against a major hike in energy prices. On
Armenians accuse police of beating demonstrators as they protest against a crippling rise in electricity prices.
Many more Armenians used to live in Turkey, for centuries. Before 1915, according to varying estimates, there were 1.3-2 million. Today this minority
Turkey's EU minister places most blame on Armenian position for failure to resolve 1915 massacre issue that has poisoned relations for 100 years
Marking 100 years since the Armenian massacres, euronews met with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in the capital Yerevan. Here we spoke of
As the 100th anniversary of the massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman empire approaches, euronews correspondent Olaf Bruns visited Yerevan to see how