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Armenian In Russian Military Found Hanged

An Armenian who was serving with Russian border guards in Armenia has been found hanged. More

A billboard in Yerevan urges Armenians to vote for controversial constitutional amendments.

Armenians Protest Changes To Constitution

Some 2,000 protesters have rallied in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, against constitutional reforms proposed by the government. More

Azerbaijan Returns Karabakh Defector

Azerbaijan has handed over to its breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region a separatist fighter who defected earlier this year to the Azerbaijani side. More

Azerbaijani Troops Kill Two Armenian Soldiers

Azerbaijan says its troops killed two Armenian soldiers and wounded several others in what it calls an attempted attack by an Armenian "saboteur" group against Azerbaijani positions late on November 12. More

Video Arif Yunus Freed From Jail But Can't Leave Baku

Azerbaijani rights defender Arif Yunus, whose case attracted worldwide attention when he and his wife were arrested in 2014 on suspicion of spying for Armenia, has been released from jail due to his health. More

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Why Armenia’s Military Alliance With Russia Is Not At Risk

The past decade has seen a rapid spread of pro-Western sentiment among Armenian journalists, civil society members, and youth activists.For this expanding circle of politically active people, Russia is a threat to Armenia's sovereignty, security, and democratization which must be neutralized by a reorientation of Armenian foreign policy towards the West. More

Photogallery U.S. TV Host Conan O'Brien Dives Into Armenian Culture 'Headfirst'

From herding sheep while wearing traditional clothing to experiencing modern life in the bustling Armenian capital, Yerevan, well-known U.S. television host and comedian Conan O’Brien says he's dived into Armenian culture head first while on a trip inspired by his ethnic Armenian assistant. More
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