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Dozens detained at anti-govt protests in ex-Soviet state (VIDEOS)

Activists are demanding the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over a border agreement with Azerbaijan

By RT International

Armenian police reportedly detained at least 38 protesters in the capital Yerevan on Tuesday, as Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan continues to face calls to resign over a border deal with neighboring Azerbaijan.

According to local media reports, protests began early in the morning when activists used garbage cans and benches to block Abovyan Street, which leads to Yerevan’s main Republic Square. Footage posted online showed dozens of officers restraining protesters and taking them away in police vans.

Unrest first emerged in mid-April when Yerevan and Baku agreed to launch a border delimitation process, starting with the transfer of four villages in the Tavush region to Azerbaijan.

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