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Armenian prime minister rejects 25,000 protesters’ calls to resign

By AFP
24 December 2020   |   2:43 pm
Opposition supporters have started a nationwide strike and set up tents in the capital. They claim they'll stay until the PM steps down, but he said he has no intention of leaving office.

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