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More Arrests as Opposition Protests Continue

Asbarez 13 May 2022
Some of them watched the action from the building’s balconies or looked out of office windows ... They similarly refrained from using force when the opposition surrounded the building of the Yerevan mayor’s office on Wednesday ... Opposition protesters at Yerevan’s France Square on May 13.
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Pashinyan Motorcade Officer Who Killed Pregnant Woman Arrested Again

Asbarez 13 May 2022
YEREVAN (Azatutyun.am)—A traffic police officer whose car hit and killed a young woman while escorting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s motorcade in Yerevan was arrested again on Thursday two weeks after being released from custody ... A Yerevan court opened hearings on the arrest warrant later on Thursday.
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Opposition Protesters Block Yerevan City Hall

Asbarez 11 May 2022
YEREVAN (Azatutyun.am)—Armenian opposition leaders and their supporters blocked the building of the Yerevan mayor’s office on Wednesday as they continued their daily rallies demanding Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s resignation ... Opposition protesters march toward Yerevan City Hall on May 11.
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Ambitious Spring Tree Planting Now throughout Armenia and Artsakh

Asbarez 11 May 2022
Shirak, Lori and Kotayk ... Karine Antonyan is from Dzoramut Village before joining the forestry project has taken various jobs working as telecommunications operator, pastry chef, and an employer at a coffee production factory and lived in Yerevan for a long time ... It is based in Yerevan, Armenia and has an office in Woburn, Massachusetts ... .
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Armenian police detain dozens calling for PM to step down

Metro USA 05 May 2022
The landlocked South Caucasus country has seen detractors of Pashinyan take to the streets in recent days to block major roads in the capital Yerevan and call on the population to commit acts of civil disobedience ... Activists hold an anti-government protest in Yerevan ... Police officers stand guard during an anti-government protest in Yerevan.
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Armenian police detain protesters calling for PM to step down

Metro USA 05 May 2022
TBILISI (Reuters) -Police detained dozens of protesters who marched and blocked roads in Armenia’s capital Yerevan on Thursday calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over his handling of the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis ... Police officers stand guard during an anti-government protest in Yerevan.
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Armenian law enforcement obstruct journalists covering protest in Yerevan

CPJ 05 May 2022
Previously, on April 26, police officers in Yerevan shoved Tigran Petrosyan, a correspondent with the regional news website Caucasian Knot, as he attempted to film a protest over Nagorno-Karabakh, and prevented him from recording, the journalist told CPJ in a phone interview.
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