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U.S. -- President Barack Obama (L) greets his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC, 12Apr2010

Obama Sticks A Price Tag on Sarkissian's Congratulation Message

U.S. -- President Barack Obama (L) greets his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC, 12Apr2010
U.S. — President Barack Obama (L) greets his Armenian counterpart Serzh Sarkisian at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC, 12Apr2010

Armenian President Serzh Sarkissian received congratulatory message from the President of the USA Barack Obama on his reelection, amid doubts about the election process voiced by international observers and human rights watchdogs. Continue reading “Obama Sticks A Price Tag on Sarkissian's Congratulation Message”

Armenian FM Blasts Azerbaijan at UN General Assembly for Safarov's Release

USA -- Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian addresses UN General Assembly, New York, 01Oct2012
USA — Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian addresses UN General Assembly, New York, 01Oct2012

Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian took his time at the General Debate of the 67th Session of the UN General Assembly, to once again draw attention of the international community to the pre-term release Azerbaijani axe-murderer Ramil Safarov and his glorification by the official Baku. Continue reading “Armenian FM Blasts Azerbaijan at UN General Assembly for Safarov's Release”

The Economist says Armenia is "in the vice"

A view of Mt. Ararat from Yerevan
A view of Mt. Ararat from Yerevan | Photo by Ֆեյսբուքահայություն

“Armenia has a class of “30-something” technocrats, whose western education and global outlook means they are less rooted in the Soviet mentality than their elders. That bodes well for the future,” The Economist writes in a blog-post about Armenia published this week. Continue reading “The Economist says Armenia is "in the vice"”

24 Years Since Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait, Azerbaijan – February 1988

It is difficult to define the exact number of victims of Sumgait massacre due to refusal of Azerbaijani government to help. Based on the data provided by the Prosecutor’s office of Azerbaijan, the Prosecutor’s office of the USSR announced that 26 citizens of Armenian nationality perished in Sumgait (“Izvestiya”, 03.03.1988). Below is the incomplete list of innocent victims of Sumgait. Continue reading “24 Years Since Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait, Azerbaijan – February 1988”

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