Armenia PM warns of coup, as army demands he quit

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    Armenia’s army is demanding that its prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan, resign over his handling of last year’s devastating military conflict with Azerbaijan. The leader is calling it a coup attempt, and the incident has alarmed regional powers Russia and Turkey.

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