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EAFJD calls on OSCE to take Azerbaijan's military ambitions seriously (03.08.2009)

In a call to the OSCE, the European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (EAFJD) expressed its profound concern about the danger to the Caucasus security, and in particular to Armenia and its population, resulting from Azerbaijan’s increased arms build-up and militarist policies, EAFJD...

OSCE senior police adviser encourages further police reform in Armenia (18.07.2009)

The Senior Police Adviser to the OSCE Secretary General, Kevin Carty, discussed Armenia’s police reform with authorities during a visit to Yerevan today. … The OSCE Office in Yerevan has been supporting Armenia’s police reform since 2005.

Armenian oppositionists freed in amnesty (22.06.2009)

A former Armenian foreign minister and three other senior opposition figures have been freed under an amnesty for those charged over deadly clashes in March 2008 after a disputed election. The former Soviet republic passed an amnesty bill on June 19, after accusations by European rights bodies of...

OSCE-supported police outreach stations open in pilot community policing district in Armenia (19.06.2009)

Two community police outreach stations opened today in Yerevan as part a joint project by the OSCE Office in Yerevan and the Armenian Police to introduce community policing in the pilot Arabkir police district in Yerevan. The outreach stations aim to improve relations and trust between police and...

Armenian armed forces break ceasefire (12.06.2009)

On June 11, the Armenian Armed Forces opened fire at Azerbaijani troops from the Mehdili and Jojugmerjanli villages in the Jabrail region … The Azerbaijani troops answered their fire. No causalities were reported.

Yerevan election condemned as “amoral and cynical” (05.06.2009)

The Yerevan city elections were hailed as a chance to spread power beyond the hands of just the governing party, but ended up condemned as the “most illegal, amoral and cynical elections in all the history of Armenia”. That was the damning assessment of the watchdog Transparency International, as...

Armenia's opposition to boycott Yerevan assembly (02.06.2009)

The opposition Armenian National Congress (HAK) has vowed to boycott Yerevan's newly elected municipal council and reject dialogue with the authorities after what its leader, Levon Ter-Petrossian, called "the ugliest election in Armenia's history," according to RFE/RL's Armenian Service. The...