Armenian Genocide

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This is the first Website, established on February 1997, devoted to the tragic events which took place in Khojaly, (known as Xocali and Khodjaly in the Azerbaijani and Russian spellings, respectively) which used to be an Azerbaijani populated town in the Karabakh (Qarabag in Azerbaijani) region of Azerbaijan with a population of 7 thousand people [1], where Armenian militants accomplished a brutal massacre of the hundreds of peaceful Azerbaijani civilians [2] on the night of February 25-26, 1992. The gruesome statistics indicates that 613 people had been killed, of which 106 were women and 83 were children; 1275 taken hostage, 150 went missing; 487 people became disabled and invalid, 76 of whom are teenage boys and girls; 8 families had been comletely destroyed; 25 children had lost both of their parents, 130 children had lost one of their parents; and 56 people had been killed with extreme cruelty and torture. Sharing the fate of its population, the town of Khojaly had been completely destroyed as well....
We have compiled and presented in this site reports and documents about one of the most outrageous crimes in the Caucasus of the late 20th century, which some equate to an act of genocide. Please note that this was the first attempt to compile available reports and sources on this issue on the Internet and we do not consider the current content (see the left frame) complete. Relevant materials are continously added once made available. Please visit this site again for updates.

Revision as of 23:05, 10 April 2005

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