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YEREVAN, September 12. /TASS/. Traffic in Yerevan’s Bagramian avenue - one of the main streets in the city - has resumed as police forced demonstrators who blocked the street on Friday evening to leave.
The deadline the police set for the demonstrators to go expired at 05:00 local time (04:00 Moscow time). Police broke through the line of some 60 picketers and forced them out of the road. Several activists were detained.
Road washer trucks are cleaning the street.
Some demonstrators claim police used excessive force.