“By all accounts Russian President Vladimir Putin has been having a good week. And, it’s only Tuesday.”
The news out of Baku on Monday, as Russian President Vladmir Putin arrived for talks signaled Moscow’s heavy hand in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution process.
The shake-up of police and security officials continued on Wednesday, which also saw the surprise resignation of Armenia’s Prosecutor General.
“I will die without having seen the motherland. I don’t care. Others will see it…” So said Setrak Adjemian in July 1983
“Scores of people have been detained or brutally beaten by the police in the hours and days following the seizure of the police station, prompting anger from the public.”
It seems as though every time an Armenian in the Los Angeles area gets “uppity” enough to “dare” run for a public office higher than at the local level, a barrage of negativity comes his or her way.
The president and general manager of KABC-TV Channel 7 said the station regrets “the inclusion in our story of a short bite from the interview denying the existence of the Genocide.
President and General manager of KABC TV sent an email to Asbarez, in which she said that the cameraman that insulted Armenians while interviewing Turkish Genocide deniers will not be used
Imagine, for a moment, that you are a parent who last week buried your son—a soldier killed by Azerbaijani forces during a massive attack on the Nagrono-Karabakh Republic.
More than 3,500 community members heeded the calls from the AYF on Friday and gathered in front of the Azerbaijani Consulate in Los Angeles to protest Baku’s savage attacks on Artsakh