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Forgotten brothers of Armenians

Udis’ severe past and sad present

November 30, 2016
Forgotten brothers of Armenians
Few remember that the Udis, one of the national minorities residing in the territory of present-day Azerbaijan, had been a part of Armenian spiritual and cultural life for centuries. PAN decided to tell about Udis and their links to the Armenian nation.

Turkish habit of recalling ambassadors

Denying the truth

August 23, 2016
Turkish habit of recalling ambassadors
In the latest row, Turkey has recalled its ambassador to Austria amid a growing spat between the two countries. According to a Deutsche Welle report, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused Austria at a press conference of being a center of racism and Islamophobia that supports Kurdish terrorist groups, adding Turkey would "review its relations" with Austria. "Unfortunately, the foundation for our bilateral relations and cooperation to continue as normal has disappeared," Cavusoglu said.

Tomb raiders

Catholic Church hunt for Armenian saints relics

June 30, 2016
Tomb raiders
Armenia entered the 17th century as a ruined country deprived of statehood, with the church being the only uniting force. However, even then, it presented a peculiar interest for “independent looters”, who launched a hunt for the relics of Armenian saints.

How novel about Armenian Genocide became bestseller in Warsaw ghetto

Werfel's true masterpiece

May 5, 2016
How novel about Armenian Genocide became bestseller in Warsaw ghetto
Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day, known colloquially as Yom HaShoah, is observed as Israel's day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, and for the Jewish resistance in the Warsaw ghetto uprising. It was inaugurated on 1953, and is held on the 27th of Nisan (this year it coincided with May 5).

Talaat Pasha and Petliura killings

Inspiring example of revenge

May 31, 2016
Talaat Pasha and Petliura killings
The Armenian Genocide and Jewish Holocaust are often being compared, especially in terms of responsibility and punishment for the grave crimes committed against the two nations. However, unlike Jews, Armenians have not got their Nuremberg yet…

Overview of Karabakh escalation

Interactive map

April 8, 2016
Overview of Karabakh escalation
On the night of April 1-2, Azerbaijan initiated overt offensive actions in the southern, southeastern and northeastern section of the contact line with Nagorno Karabakh.

Radiation poisoning victim Harry Daghlian

Armenian-born scientist’s fatal experiment

May 16, 2016
Radiation poisoning victim Harry Daghlian
24-year-old Harry Daghlian was irradiated as a result of a criticality accident that occurred when he dropped a tungsten carbide brick onto a 6.2 kg plutonium–gallium alloy bomb core. This core, subsequently nicknamed the "demon core", was also involved in the death of another physicist in an accident the following year.

Armenian-Azeri enclave war

Formula of Armenian land division

April 20, 2016
Armenian-Azeri enclave war
It’s a known fact that during the soviet era the territory of the Armenian republic included 3 Azerbaijani exclaves (enclaves for Armenia), while Armenia’s Artsvashen exclave (see the map) was situated in the soviet republic of Azerbaijan. It’s also known that at the beginning of the 1990s all of the four enclaves ceased to exist as a result of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.

The PACE impasse: Senseless dances of Azeri shamans

Baku derived no lesson from years of fruitless attempts to move the Karabakh conflict settlement from the OSCE Minsk Group format to other platforms.

February 7, 2016
The PACE impasse: Senseless dances of Azeri shamans
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has been persistent in expressing his displeasure with the OSCE Minsk Group. However, his spasms of discontent were interspersed with bouts of civilized communication with the mediators - no boycotting of talks or declining of meetings.

Armenian artifacts collections at AMA

Over 20,000 objects

July 26, 2016
Armenian artifacts collections at AMA
The Armenian Museum of America (AMA) was created to locate, collect, preserve, and present the culture, history, art, and contributions of the Armenian people during the past 3,000 years. Founded in 1971 and located in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States, the AMA is an institution that has the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in North America.
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