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Armenians call Nagorno-Karabakh cease-fire a ‘capitulation’

Protests have broken out in Yerevan after a Russian-brokered peace deal was signed by Armenia and Azerbaijan. Many Armenians want the prime minister's resignation for agreeing to a cease-fire agreement.

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