Protesters are pledging to stay camped outside the Parliament building until their demands are met
Edi Rama is accused of having links to organized crime
The two were able to hold him for a surprisingly long time before he was able to figure out that he was being played.
New Armenian leader installed following protests reaffirms Armenia's ties with Russia; calls Russia-Armenia "allies"
Meanwhile, the US continues to break its agreements, politically and economically isolating itself
Rouhani has said he will stick with the deal if other signatories can provide suitable guarantees
Now that Pashinyan has the power that he sought, what will he do with it?
New Armenian leader confirms Armenia will retain its alliance with Russia
The political crisis in Armenia had clear internal causes and is unlikely in the long term to effect Armenia's close relationship with Russia
Mass protests against Armenian ex-President and newly appointed Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan have been ongoing in the country for the second week straight, with soldiers taking...
Well meaning Armenians have no idea that their grievances are being played upon by international interests like a pawn on a global chess board
As Turkish aggression towards Syria, Cyprus and Greece continues, Erdogan points at Turkey's "bad" neighbors to justify military the beefing up of Turkey's military.
Serzh Sarksyan endorsed Armenia's ambassador to the UK to succeed him, as it prepares to shift to a parliamentary system
Yerevan badly needs nuclear energy, but the EU wants to force the country to shut down its power plant
Both countries have a history of friendship with Syrians and Syria.
YEREVAN (Sputnik) – “I express gratitude to our Russian partners, in particular the head of the Russian government for the provision of special equipment, and I...
The move shows a commitment to a fraternal nation and could help to resolve the ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh in the south Caucasus.
Russia welcomes re-election of a leader whose stability and consistency it trusts as it forges ever closer relations with Iran.
Russia is once again looked upon as the only nation powerful enough to defend Orthodox Christians from persecution.
Turkey remains defiant in the face of the facts and in the face of even the most basic compassion.
Many prominent countries still refuse to acknowledge this horrific event as the world's first modern genocide.
The summit meeting in Baku suggests a mending of relations between Azerbaijan and Iran and Russia and a further consolidation of integration processes in Central Asia...
The summit will probably lead to an intensification of relations but no realignment or breakthrough.
The stand-off in Yerevan is not a failed attempt at a 'color revolution' and is not directed against Russia. Nor does it threaten Armenia's links to...
Cyprus' parliament has legislated to criminalize the denial of the massacre of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago. Parliamentary speaker Yiannakis...
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