Armenia: A Report from the Border

Felice D. Gaer and Scott Horton July 18, 1991 Issue To the Editors: When we were in Moscow in late May attending the First Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress on Human Rights, we heard continuing reports of deportations of thousands of ethnic Armenian villagers from their villages in Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh, and received permission from President • Read More »

Operation Ring eyewitnesses and survivors about atrocities of Azerbaijani OMON

The website continues publishing evidence and documents concerning the Operation Ring in spring-summer of 1991 during which the population of about 30 Armenian villages of Artsakh underwent terrorist actions, violence and were deported from their native places by the Azerbaijani OMON. The materials of protocol of the interviews of the Operation Ring witnesses are • Read More »

Senator Jaromir Shtetina: «People of Artsakh deserved the right to have an independent state»

In the frameworks of the work conducted over the film “The Ordinary Genocide. “Koltso” Operation” the film-crew holds meetings and talks with those who witnessed the events. Video footage of these meetings will be included in the film to be; so far an interview (see video ) with the member of Senate of the • Read More »

Visit to the Armenian-Azerbaijani Border, May 25-29, 1991

The Report by Professor Richard Wilson Harvard University Cambridge, MA,02138 U.S.A. The Coordinator of the Chernobyl Theme of the First International Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress “Peace, Progress and Human Rights” on the Visit to the Armenian-Azerbaijani Border, May 25-29, 1991 Presented to the First International Sakharov Conference on Physics, Lebedev Institute, Moscow on May 31, • Read More »