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Donald Wilson Bush: “The People Of Karabakh Proved That They Deserve The Right To Self-Determination”

Donald Wilson Bush: "The People Of Karabakh

“The people of Nagorno-Karabakh have proven that they deserve the right to self-determination and independence and that they can rule the country,” said Donald Wilson Bush in an interview with the correspondent of NEWS.am. Donald Wilson Bush is the great-grandson of the 28th President of the US Woodrow Wilson and chairman of the Woodrow Wilson …

Panic In Azerbaijan Or How Andranik Scared Baku

By the joint efforts of journalists, police, and employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Azerbaijan has finally dealt with the photos of General Andranik Ozanyan (or maybe Peter Montin?). Panic in Baku may decline. However, questions remain whose answers may deprive the residents of the capital of Azerbaijan of sleep. For example, how did …

The Failed Falsification By Azerbaijan

Baku was baffled after The Telegraph listed Yerevan as one of the oldest cities in Europe. As Khakin.az wrotes: “Yerevan as an ancient Armenian city – this is not our history. This is annoying, painful, and shameful. Yes, this is a lie! Yes, a falsification! Yes, we have written a lot about the fact that …

1500 AMD Per Visit To Garni

1500 AMD Per Visit To Garni

In the 1st century AD, King of Armenia Trdat I built the pagan temple of Garni in the Azat River Valley. Now, Armenians have to pay 1500 drams (about $3) to visit this shrine. Entry tickets for Armenians are three times cheaper than for tourists. Armenians pay to access Garni even though they are paying …

Arrests In Tigranakert For Illegal Excavations

Arrests In Tigranakert For Illegal Excavations

Arrests have occurred in Tigranakert for illegal excavations. A total of eight people were arrested, four of whom were police officers. It turned out that the police brought an armored vehicle to the excavation site to demonstrate that the excavations were allegedly legal. This was reported by Akunq.net with a reference to the Hurriyet newspaper. …

Taner Akçam’s Book “Killing Orders: Talat Pasha’s Telegrams and the Armenian Genocide” Published In Armenian

Taner Akçam’s Book “Killing Orders

The Armenian translation of Turkish historian Taner Akçam’s book “Killing Orders: Talat Pasha’s Telegrams and the Armenian Genocide” (2016) was published in April 2019. This work presents to the reader exceptional telegrams refuting the main thesis of the Turkish policy of denial. These telegrams prove that Talat had ordered the killings. Akçam thinks that the …

Could Etchmiadzin Demand Its Property From Turkey?

Could Etchmiadzin Demand Its Property

We often hear that instead of running around the world’s political fields and asking nations and states to delve into our tragedy and recognize the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Turkey, we must demand that  Turkey compensate for the state-organized ethnic killings. Although this observation is objective, it for some reason is ignored in Armenia. Furthermore, …

The Battle Of Ag-Dag, 1915-1918 – Defensive Battles In Sebastia

The Battle Of Ag-Dag, 1915-1918

Before the Armenian Genocide, 25 thousand Armenians lived in the Khnus region. In 1915, self-defense against thugs and murderers in the region was organized in the villages of Govanduk, Salur, Khrmkhaya, Gharachoban, Gopal, and many others. These battles now belong to the heroic pages of the Armenian liberation struggle. The heroic battle on Mount Ag-Dag …

The Rock Paintings Of Mount Tsghuk – Armenia

The Rock Paintings Of Mount Tsghuk

On Mount Tsghuk (3582 m), the highest peak on the border of Syunik and Artsakh, an Armenian-English group of archeologists and art historians have discovered more than 1000 cave paintings, the largest group of cave paintings found so far in Armenia. Anna Khechoyan, the head of the Armenian team and researcher at the Institute of …

The Independent On A New Book About Genocides Committed By The Turks

The Independent On A New Book

Famous British historian and “The Independent” correspondent Robert Fisk in his last article touched upon the book “The Thirty-Year Genocide” by Jewish historian Benny Morris. This work covers genocides committed by the Turks. According to Moris, it took 9 long years to complete the book. The co-author of the book is another Jewish historian Dror …