Three weeks ago, after renewed protests and widespread strikes, opposition leader Nikol Pashinian was elected Armenia's new leader. DW Russia's correspondent Zhanna Nemtsova sat down for an exclusive interview with the prime minister.
Choosing her words carefully in Armenia, Chancellor Angela Merkel avoided using the term "genocide" for the killing of up to 1.5 million Armenians in 1915. She did refer to the Bundestag's resolution two years ago.
Armenia's parliament has elected protest leader Nikol Pashinyan prime minister. The transfer of power after weeks of protests resolves the immediate political crisis, but uncertainty looms on the horizon.
Two Russian pranksters have tricked UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson into believing he was on the phone with Armenian leader Nikol Pashinyan. They told Johnson that Jeremy Corbyn's aides were paid by the Kremlin.
Armenia's parliament has voted 55-45 to block protest leader Nikol Pashinyan from becoming prime minister. During a lengthy debate, the ruling Republican Party signaled it would vote against his sole candidacy.
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