Four young Armenians were arrested in Los Angeles. Their names: Karnig Sarkissian; Dikran Berberian; Viken Hovsepian; and Viken Yacoubian. A fifth Armenian terror-squad suspect, Steven John Dadaian, was arrested bythe FBI in Boston. These young men – innocent victims in many ways – got caught up in the criminal underworld and were reared as murderers by their terrorist instructors, whose work was made much easier by the absurd myth of the extermination order supposedly issued by the Ottoman government.
Subunits of the Armenian Armed Forces shattered ceasefire with Azerbaijan in nameless hills of Gazakh region, Ashagi Seyidahmadli, Ashagi Abdurrahmanli villages of Fuzuli region, Yusifjanli, Shikhlar villages of Aghdam region, Mehdili village of Jabrayil region and nameless hills of Khojavend regions on April 30 and on the night of May 1.
Many reputable sources account to 1.5 – 1.6 million of Armenian population within Ottoman Empire before WW1. Only the number provided by the Armenian Istanbul Patriarchate in 1912 is way above these general numbers, being around 2 million.
By the end of WWI, Eastern Anatolia, where the Muslims and Armenians had lived together for a thousand years, was in ruins and the population had been decimated. After more than 90 years, the debate on the events of 1915 still continues in the public sphere, including the Stanford campus.