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4 days ago
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Thursday questioned the role of Russian peacekeepers in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh after a new flare-up left three soldiers dead.
3 Aug
Azerbaijan said that one of its soldiers was killed by Armenian gunfire on Wednesday near the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh. The Azerbaijani defence ministry said Armenian troops targeted Azerbaijani army positions in the district of Lachin, which is under the supervision of the Russian peacekeeping force, killing an Azerbaijani conscript. Arch enemies Armenia and Azerbaijan…
17 May
Police in Armenia on Tuesday detained nearly 300 opposition supporters who tried to block streets in the capital Yerevan, which has been gripped for a month by anti-government protests.
3 May
Police in Armenia on Tuesday detained more than 200 anti-government protesters as opposition parties upped pressure on Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over his handling of a territorial dispute with Azerbaijan.
19 Nov 2021
Six Armenian troops were killed in border clashes with Azerbaijan near the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region earlier this week, officials in Yerevan said Friday.
27 Sep 2021
Armenia and Azerbaijan on Monday mourned thousands of people killed in their brief but brutal war for control of the Nagorno-Karabakh region on the first anniversary of the conflict.
19 Sep 2021
Turkey's president on Sunday said his country was ready for talks with Armenia but added Yerevan needed to take steps towards opening a controversial transport link through its territory.
15 Jul 2021
European Union member states on Thursday agreed to add Ukraine to a list of countries from which travellers can enter the European Union during the coronavirus pandemic, while Rwanda and Thailand were removed. The EU's eastern neighbour joins a "green list" of only around 20 countries, which also includes the likes of Canada, Japan, New…
14 Jul 2021
An Armenian soldier was killed in a shootout with Azerbaijani forces Wednesday, Yerevan said, in the latest incident between both countries since their war last year over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
6 Jul 2021
Armenia and Azerbaijan traded accusations Tuesday of starting a shootout in which troops on both sides were injured, in the latest incident between the Caucasus countries since their war last year over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
27 May 2021
Armenia said Thursday that Azerbaijan has captured six of its soldiers, the latest in a series of border incidents after last year's war over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
14 May 2021
Armenia's leader on Thursday accused Azerbaijani troops of crossing the southern border and trying to stake claim to territory, in a new escalation of tensions between the arch foes.

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