Armenian armed forces violated ceasefire 47 times in various directions of the frontline within a day on 16 January, APA quotes Azerbaijani Defense Ministry as saying.
By Alexander Murinson
While the Armenian diaspora clamors for international recognition of their treatment during World War I, at the same time Armenians have a dirty secret crying for international recognition: brazen anti-Semitism and a profound hatred of Israel. This hypocritical streak runs deep within Armenian society.
Benelux Azerbaijanis Congress (BAC) and other Azerbaijani Diaspora organizations functioning in the Netherlands have sent a letter of protest to the VU University of Amsterdam regarding the presentation of the book by Armenian Anna Astvatsaturian born in Baku, about the Baku and Sumgayit events in the 1990s.
We have recently come across an intriguing document – a map with the southern part of Russia and the neighboring Caucasus republics. This map was sent to us by our friend – an ethnic German who now lives in the USA. A letter is also attached to the map and we’ll talk about it a bit later. Even if we look at the document superficially, we can easily see how extraordinary Armenia’s territory on the map is.