The authorities in Armenia have detained 61 anti-government protesters.
The arrests were made on Tuesday in the capital Yerevan, at a march that saw hundreds of people demand the resignation of Prime Minister, Nikol Pashinyan.
While initial footage showed a peaceful demonstration, video taken later, revealed police making forceful arrests.
There have been a string of protests in recent weeks as pressure mounts on the PM, with at least 92 protesters detained late last week.
Pashinyan is under fire for agreeing to a ceasefire brokered by Russia in 2020, when Armenia was defeated by Azerbaijan, losing territory around a disputed region.