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Armenians dance in the streets in protest stand-off
Armenian protesters danced and sang in the streets of Yerevan May 2. Opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan had called for civil disobedience after the ruling party refused to back him to replace the country’s recently ousted prime minister.
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