Armenia, on edge after war, holds vote to end crisis

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    #Armenians #vote Sunday in snap #parliamentary #elections called by Prime Minister Nikol #Pashinyan to end a #political #crisis ignited by his country’s humiliating military defeat to #Azerbaijan last year. Pashinyan, a former newspaper editor, swept to power in 2018, spearheading peaceful protests against corrupt elites who ruled after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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