Armenia articles

New Website Exposes Azeri Propaganda; Sets Record Straight On Karabakh Liberation War

A new website is exposing Azerbaijani propaganda about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The site, , is titled “The Chronicles of Unseen Forgery and Falsification,” and it’s an online repository founded by the Xenophobia Prevention Initiative. It is available in Arabic, English, French, Russian and Azerbaijani.

Armenia Picks Representative for Eurovision 2010, Turks React

On Feb. 14, ARMTV, Armenia’s public television company, held the country’s national final to select the winner(s) that will represent Armenia at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway from May 25-29. The event took place in the National Opera Theatre in Yerevan and was broadcast live. Nine contestants vied for the position. The winner was determined by a panel of jurists and SMS text voting. The Grant Thornton Amyot Audit Organization monitored the votes on behalf of Armenian public television and InterMob CJSC.

A New Military Coup in Turkey Could Derail Protocols, Says Expert

There is an internal war being waged within Turkey between its secular military and Islamist rooted government and that conflict may prompt another military coup in the country, a leading Armenian expert on Turkey said Tuesday, adding that the increased tension may bring an end to the Western-backed Turkey-Armenia normalization process, Armenian Public Radio reported.