November 27, 2020

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Turkey Moves Troops to Armenian Border

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The New York Times Published: September 04, 1993 Turkey moved more soldiers to the Armenian border today and demanded that Armenia “immediately and unconditionally” withdraw from occupied parts of Azerbaijan. The warning came amid reports that Iran, which borders Azerbaijan, was sending troops to the border to block refugees flowing into Iran. Thousands of refugees […]

20 Reportedly Killed in Nagorno-Karabakh

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The New York Times Published: February 17, 1992 At least 20 people were killed and dozens wounded this weekend in heavy shelling in the disputed Caucasus enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, an independent news agency, Interfax, said today. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it had invited the former Soviet republics of Azerbaijan and Armenia to open talks in […]

Russia Demands Withdrawal By Separatists in Azerbaijan

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  • 27 Years ago
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The New York Times Published: October 26, 1993 Russia demanded today that ethnic Armenian forces from Nagorno-Karabakh halt their advance through Azerbaijani territory. A Russian Foreign Ministry statement said the separatist forces were pushing southwest despite a cease-fire. The advance “could have catastrophic consequences for tens of thousands of refugees on the threshold of winter,” […]

Azerbaijan Claims Armenians Seized a Key Town

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The New York Times Published: September 05, 1993 The Government of Azerbaijan said today that Armenian forces from Nagorno-Karabakh had seized Goradiz, a key town on the Iranian border. International aid workers warned that such an advance could trigger a flood of refugees into Iran. The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said in Baku, the capital, that […]

U.N. Demands Armenians Give Up Conquests

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  • 27 Years ago
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The New York Times Published: August 19, 1993 The Security Council demanded today an immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of Armenian forces from recently occupied areas of Azerbaijan. An agreed statement read at a brief public meeting called on the Government of the Republic of Armenia to “use its unique influence to this end.” The […]

Azerbaijan Demands Pullout By Enclave’s Armenia Forces

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The New York Times Published: September 21, 1992 Azerbaijan stepped up its military offensive to regain control over Nagorno-Karabakh today and demanded that Armenian forces withdraw from the disputed enclave by Tuesday, officials and news reports said. The press office of the enclave’s Armenian-controlled Parliament reported heavy fighting in and around the territory, which lies […]

Missile Hits Jet Carrying Armenians From Enclave

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The New York Times Published: March 28, 1992 A passenger plane evacuating people from the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh was hit today by a heat-seeking missile fired from Azerbaijan, news reports said, but the pilot landed the burning jet safely. Minor injuries were reported. The Yak-40 Aeroflot jet of Armenia’s fleet had just taken off […]

ARMENIAN RAIDERS

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November 11, 1890 ERZEROUM, Nov. 10. — Five hundred armed Armenians concentrated at Mador, Russian territory, yesterday, and made a raid on several Kurdish villages, tilling five persons. The band was attacked and dispersed by Cossacks. The police here have made a large seizure of Martini rifles and ammunition intended for Armenians.

CRUELTY OF THE TURKS

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November 6, 1890 PROF. BRYCE DESCRIBES THE CONDITION OF ARMENIA Prof. James Bryce addressed an audience of Armenians yesterday afternoon at the Grand Opera House Council Booms, Eighth Avenue and Twenty-third Street. Before beginning his address he was presented with a memorial thanking him in warmest terms for his efforts on behalf of suffering Armenia. […]

THE ARMENIAN TROUBLES

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November 4, 1890 CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 3. — An encounter has occurred between a detachment of Turkish troops and a band of armed Armenians, near Erzengan, seventy-five miles southwest of Erzeroum, in Armenia. Seven of the soldiers were killed and fifteen were wounded. Acting under an order issued by the Sultan, the Governor of Erzeroum summoned […]
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