Month: January 2020

In his article “An Auschwitz liberation tribute, Israel should study tale of two monuments” /https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/At-Auschwitz-liberation-tribute-Israel-should-study-tale-of-two-monuments-614769?fbclid=IwAR1cnrEJwqxXPsIj8cskai8g6Y6mtuMGFku-Xlfe0yal81SuDDDbxjzUsp8/ the author makes an effort to question the need for prevention and condemnation of genocides. Colonel Garegin Haroutyunyan (Nzhdeh)  as the organizer of prevention of a large episode of the genocide unleashed against the Armenians, was ordered as a target
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Cruelties against Armenia started in Azerbaijan back in 1988 and culminated in 1990. On 13-19 January 1990 the multi-thousand Armenian community of Baku was exterminated. This was the third pogrom of Armenians in Baku only. Earlier Armenians were massacred in Baku in 1905 and 1918. Witnesses reported at different times inhuman cruelty during those massacres.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Marie Antoinette’s hair turned white overnight, according to folklore, before she was executed by guillotine in 1793 during the French Revolution. The ill-fated queen embodied an extreme example of the phenomenon of stress-induced graying of the hair. FILE PHOTO: A woman dressed as Marie Antoinette from the video game “Assassin’s Creed: Unity”
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HERMITAGE, England (Reuters) – A specialist care facility in England is using virtual reality (VR) headsets and data mining to help children with autism to acclimatize to scenarios they are likely to encounter outside of school. FILE PHOTO: People wear VR glasses at a new permanent Timeride exhibition about the divided city in Berlin, Germany,
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The trajectory of the so-called power transition in Russia is outlining. Putin suggested amending the Constitution clauses on the division of executive, legislative and judicial powers. Hence, the powers of the president are limited and some powers are shared between two chambers of the Duma, particularly the powers relating to appointment of the prime minister,
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