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Armenia fumes as Turkey and Azerbaijan leaders visit Nagorno-Karabakh
The visit to Shusha, known as Shushi to Armenians, has stirred painful memories for scores of families that were forced to leave the area when Azerbaijani forces seized it last November.
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“I cannot believe it. He really said it for real,” said local man Samuel Tadevosyan. “This is huge. The US are so important that they’re definitely going to set an example for other countries.”
President Biden recognises Armenian killings as 'genocide'
Biden had pledged during his campaign to recognise the World War I-era massacres as "genocide". Turkey's foreign ministry said in a statement that Biden's recognition of the killings as such was based on "political motives".
Armenian Prime Minister confirms he will step down to allow election
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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.
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Armenians vote on Sunday in an early parliamentary election initiated by acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan
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Two weeks of protests are set to continue amid ongoing anger at the ruling elite in the country
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Armenia marks Remembrance Day following Sargsyan's resignation
Thousands gathered in Yerevan to remember the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians a century ago amid their country's current political uncertainty.
Armenian opposition leader released
A growing mass protest movement remains defiant despite police making multiple arrests
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Demonstrators clashed with police in Armenia as anti-prime minister protests entered their eighth day.
Arrests as opposition protests continue in Armenia
Armenian opposition groups say around 30 of its supporters were detained when police tried to break up a protest.
Thousands of protesters take to the streets in Armenian capital
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Armenia: Ruling party well ahead in parliamentary election (exit polls)
The ruling Republican Party is leading in a parliamentary election in ex-Soviet Armenia, an exit poll showed on Sunday.
EU, Armenia edge towards cooperation deal
The EU and Armenia have concluded negotations on a Partnership Agreement.
Armenia votes to give presidential powers to PM
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