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Maragha massacre a manifestation of Azerbaijan’s terror against Armenians
Maragha was liberated by the Artsakh armed forces, but two weeks later the Azerbaijani troops invaded the village again and committed a new crime against the people who had returned to bury their relatives.
New exhibit reveals U.S. military's humanitarian assistance to Armenia in 1919-1920
The exhibit profiles several important American military figures who rose to prominence as members of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) that were sent overseas to France to join the fight against Germany during World War I
OSCE conducts monitoring at Artsakh-Azerbaijani line of contact
From the positions of the Defense Army of the Republic of Artsakh, the monitoring was conducted by Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office (CiO) Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk, his Field Assistants Ognjen Jovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Mihail Olaru (Moldova), as well as representative of the OSCE High-Level Planning Group (HLPG) Colonel Yuri Dudchenko (Russia).
Author Meline Anumyan tours East Coast talking of Young Turk crimes
On Sunday, April 7, St. Illuminator’s Cathedral in New York and the Hamazkayin Eastern Region hosted the presentation of Anumyan's bool called “Acknowledgment and Condemnation: The Trials of the Young Turks in 1919-1921 and 1926,” translated into English by the leading intellectual Dr. Ara Caprielian, and completed by his wife Arevig after his untimely death.