Middle East

How Armenia's revolution became a brand

A new culture of resistance is emerging in Armenia as artists express the feelings of the people on the streets.

Opinion

Armenia's 'Velvet Revolution': A masterclass in socialism

Armenians took a collective stand for basic socioeconomic rights - and they won.

Arto Vaun

by Arto Vaun

Arto Vaun

Opinion

A Nicaraguan Spring or imperial spring cleaning?

Nicaragua in its current state is hardly a revolutionary paradise - but US involvement is not the answer.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

Kashmir

Five rebels, five civilians killed in Kashmir violence

Firefight between rebels and security forces leave 10 dead in Indian-administered Kashmir, including five civilians.

Five rebels, five civilians killed in Kashmir violence

Armenia

Pashinyan calls off mass protests as path to candidacy clears

Armenia's ruling Republican Party has announced it will support whichever candidate gets nominated by one-third of MPs.

Pashinyan calls off mass protests as path to candidacy clears

Opinion

Gaza in 2018 is what Selma was in 1965

Israel's latest attacks on non-violent protesters in Gaza mark a turning point in the Palestinian movement for justice.

David A Love

by David A Love

David A Love

Armenia

Who is Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan?

The 42-year-old opposition leader has mobilised tens of thousands of people to protest against Armenia's ruling elite.

Who is Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan?

Armenia

Armenia: 'Just a matter of time' for revolution victory

Demonstrators block roads to capital after MPs reject bid by opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan to be prime minister.

Big disruption as Armenia protesters heed civil disobedience call

Opinion

What the May 1968 revolts did and did not do

To what extent did the events of May 1968 transform Western European society?

Santiago Zabala

by Santiago Zabala

Santiago Zabala

France

'Many years in one': Remembering France's 1968 protests

Fifty years since the May 1968 student uprising, Al Jazeera explores the movement's legacy for protesters today.

Opinion

What's next for Armenia's protest movement?

Armenia still has a long way to go to ensure consolidation of democracy and the rule of law.

Anna Ohanyan

by Anna Ohanyan

Anna Ohanyan

Armenia

Armenian parliament fails to elect new PM

Ruling Republican Party of Armenia made a unified decision to vote against opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan.

Armenian parliament fails to elect new PM

Europe

France commemorating 50 years since 1968 uprising

Is France's current wave of protests the same as the 1968 uprising?

Armenia

Armenia's ruling party won't stop 'people's candidate'

Republican Party says it will not put forward a member against protest leader Nikol Pashinyan in a bid to calm tensions.

Armenia's ruling party won't stop 'people's candidate'

Latin America

Thousands of Nicaraguans demand justice for killing of protesters

At least 43 people have been killed in the largest street demonstrations since the civil war in the 1990s.