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Why isn't the killing of 1.5 million Armenians officially called a 'genocide'?

The Big Question: The killings have been described as the 'first mass atrocity of the 20th Century' by President Obama


Azerbaijani Army and Syrian Jihadis Launch Attack on Armenian Lines

"During the last weeks there was news that Turkey was hiring some 2,000 'Syrian rebels' to fight in Azerbaijan against Armenian forces which since 1993 occupy Nagorno-Karabakh. Earlier today the Azerbaijani forces and the mercenaries launched their attack on Armenian lines. It was a massacre.

Two Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down. Some 10 tanks and armoured troop transports went up in flames. Azerbaijani artillery hit some civilian structures in Stepankert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh. Turkish(?) drones hit Armenian front positions. The situation might well escalate from here on..."


"Recent aggressive statements of Azerbaijan's leadership, large-scale joint military exercises with Turkey, as well as rejection of OSCE PRCiO monitoring requests clearly indicate this aggression was pre-planned and constitutes a large-scale provocation against regional peace and security."


Another  dangerous adventure by NATO's Ottoman sultan Erdogan and friends...


Armenia Says Turkey Directly Participates in Azerbaijani Advance on Nagorno-Karabackh

"Clashes between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces continued in the contested Nagorno Karabakh region on September 27, evening. Azerbaijan, supported by Turkey, seeks to take control over the entire region and dismantle the Nagorno-Kabarabackh Republic, a self-proclaimed state with an Armenian majority integrated into Armenia..."

A full-scale regional war is a distinct possibility.


Armenia has just signed into law order banning men 18+ from leaving the country. Martial law is in place and full-scale mobilization is occurring. Armenians outside the country are trying to return home to enlist. It is hard to overstate how existential this battle is seen there.