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armenian political activist arrested and prosecuted 8.01.2016 | freedom of assembly

armenian political activist arrested and prosecuted

An opposition activist has been arrested and remanded in pre-trial custody after he and several other members of a radical group seeking to topple Armenia’s government clashed with riot police on New Year’s Eve reports
Police use violence to clear Baghramyan Ave, 48 protestors detained, several injured 11.09.2015 | freedom of assembly

Police use violence to clear Baghramyan Ave, 48 protestors detained, several injured

Today, in a quick pre-dawn operation at 5:30 am, riot police dispersed youth activists blocking a major street in central Yerevan to demand that Armenian authorities formally annul a recent rise in electricity prices. 

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armenian policeman suspended for violence 25.08.2015 | freedom of assembly

armenian policeman suspended for violence

Azatutyun.am reports that an Armenian police officer was suspended over the weekend after slapping a participant of a fresh demonstration in Yerevan against a controversial increase in electricity prices in the country. 

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21-year-old Nare will never forget the dawn of June 23 27.06.2015 | freedom of assembly

21-year-old Nare will never forget the dawn of June 23

"It seemed everything would be peaceful at daybreak. My friends were with me; we gathered and began to sit down. Everyone had a bad premonition. Osipyan came, we would not allow him to speak, and we were being loud. He came back for the second time, still we wouldn’t let him speak; the
 

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