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21 Jun 2021
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's party has won 53.9 percent of the vote in snap parliamentary elections called in an effort to defuse a political crisis after a war with Azerbaijan.
19 Dec 2020
Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan has attended a large-scale military parade in Azerbaijan that celebrated its military victory over Armenia. On display were the Turkish drones that helped bolster Baku's forces.
14 Nov 2020
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14 Nov 2020
A Russian military helicopter has been downed over Armenia amid clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan has admitted to shooting the aircraft down by accident.
14 Nov 2020
Russia also intends to send 90 armored personnel carriers and 380 vehicles to the disputed region. The move follows the signing of a ceasefire agreement by Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
1 Nov 2020
Another broken truce: Armenia and Azerbaijan blame each other for renewed clashes over Nagorno-Karabakh. Both sides deny targeting civilians, but residential areas have increasingly come under shelling. DW's Julia Hahn has this report from Azerbaijan's second-largest city, Ganja.
18 Oct 2020
Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of targeting a historic cathedral in Nagorno-Karabakh. Two Russian journalists were injured in the shellings. Azerbaijan rejected the allegations, saying it did not target religious sites.
5 Oct 2020
Scores of soldiers were killed in heavy clashes between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces despite calls for a ceasefire. The two sides continued to attack each other with rockets and missiles.
24 Apr 2019
Armenian genocide: 'My grandparents didn't want to tell me all the horrors'
8 May 2018
Armenia's parliament elected protest leader Nikol Pashinyan as prime minister on Tuesday (May 8) after weeks of protests forced his predecessor out.
2 May 2018
Weeks of protests have pushed long-time leader Serzh Sargsyan to resign, but many Armenians, including vendors and locals on Yerevan's Firdaus market, feel betrayed by government corruption and nepotism in general, as DW's Emily Sherwin found out.
2 May 2018
Armenia's parliament is electing a new prime minister this Tuesday after days of protests forced veteran leader Serzh Sarksyan to step down.

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