Monthly Archives: October 2012

Freeing the Pain: Turkish writer/lawyer opens dialogue with “hidden” Armenians in Turkey

Freeing the Pain: Turkish writer/lawyer opens dialogue with “hidden” Armenians in Turkey

Turkish lawyer, writer and human rights activist Fethiye Cetin, the author of the memoir entitled “My Grandmother”, says that when her 70-year-old Armenian grandma Hranush was talking about her roots it felt like easing the burden she had been carrying on her frail shoulders for years. She was “emptying her soul” during the declining years […]

Air Artsakh: Stepanakert airport “certified” to service flights, to be put into operation “soon”

Air Artsakh: Stepanakert airport “certified” to service flights, to be put into operation “soon”

The first official flight from or to the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic’s (NKR) airport that has been repeatedly delayed during the past year or so is likely to be delayed for “a little longer” despite the announcement that the facility has already been “certified” to start operations. Official reports several days ago said that the first flights […]

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