People & Power

Armenia: Divided Within?

Could a faltering economy, corruption and public disaffection over its relationship with Russia lead to an uprising?

Al Jazeera World

Armenia: Life in a Suitcase

A look at the poignant stories of two Armenian women in Turkey, trying to support their families far from home.

Armenia

Armenian PM resigns after anger over hostage crisis

Hovik Abrahamyan steps down after two years following series of protests and a sharp economic downturn.

Europe

Two-week standoff ends in Armenia as gunmen surrender

Security forces say hostage-takers laid down their arms after two weeks of calling for freedom of opposition leader.

Inside Story

Can tension in Armenia be contained?

An armed siege in the capital, Yerevan, has led to protests calling for President Serzh Sarkisian to step down.

Armenia

Policeman shot dead as Armenia hostage drama continues

Officer shot dead in Yerevan during a stand-off with an armed group holding hostages in a police station.

Politics

Opposition supporters injured in Armenia clashes

Security forces exchange fire with protesters backing opposition group holding hostages in a police building in Yerevan.

Armenia

Medics taken hostage as Armenia standoff continues

Police say gunmen who have been barricaded in a police station for 10 days have taken an ambulance crew hostage.

Armenia

Last four police hostages released in Armenia standoff

Gunmen released final four police officers held captive, officials say, but remain holed up and heavily armed.

Armenia

Armenia protesters, police clash over hostage crisis

At least 50 people wounded following night of violent clashes linked to four-day hostage crisis, health ministry says.

Europe

Armenia: Hostage standoff in Yerevan enters second day

Gunmen holed up in police station for a second day as negotiations to release four hostages continue.

Politics

Armenian hostage standoff and political implications

The violent act of hostage-taking is a manifestation of significant discontent within Armenia.

by Richard Giragosian

Armenia

Armed men seize police station in Yerevan, Armenia

Unknown number of hostages taken inside police station as local media report group wants release of opposition figure.

Armenia

Pope Francis calls on Armenia and Turkey to reconcile

Leader of the Catholic Church calls for Armenia and Turkey to lay aside their differences and strive to be peacemakers.

Turkey

Pope calls mass killings of Armenians 'genocide'

During his visit to Yerevan, leader of the Catholic Church describes 1915 killing as great catastrophe of last century.