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Armenia opposition chief urges new protests strike

Armenia opposition chief urges new protests, strikeAn Armenian opposition leader on Monday urged demonstrators to take to the streets again, even after he and dozens of others were hurt in protests over moves by the country's former president to maintain his grip on power. "I call on all of the population of Yerevan and other towns and cities in Armenia to take to the streets tomorrow (Tuesday), block the main axes, and start a strike," Nikol Pashinian told a rally. During the rallies against former president Serzh Sarkisian, police used stun grenades against protesters who sought to break through a barbed wire cordon in the centre of Yerevan in an effort to get to the parliament building.


Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/news/dozens-injured-armenia-rallies-against-ex-presidents-grip-143633740.html




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