‘Khojaly: The Genocide That Went Down As The Bloodiest In History’ in Foreign Media

‘Khojaly: The Genocide That Went Down As The Bloodiest In History’ in Foreign Media

Crowd-pleasing global news portals, such as Dzayerinfo (Algeria); Alharir (China); Interpress and Azculture.uz (Uzbekistan); Turaz.es (Spain); Iverioni (Georgia); Alternatiftarih and Tded (Turkey); and the newspaper Saib Tabriz (Iran) have posted ‘Khojaly: The Genocide That Went Down as The Bloodiest in History’in various languages.

The information and the video material based on Azerbaijan’s recent tragic history mirror massacres and inhuman atrocities committed by the 366th Motorized Rifle Regiment against civilians in Khojaly, the ancient city of Azerbaijan, on the night of February 25 - 26, 1992.

Keçid linki:

https://alharir.info/23890-2/

https://dzayerinfo.com/

http://www.interpress.uz/?p=4570
http://azculture.uz/ru/novost.php?year=2021&news=25

http://azculture.uz/xeber.php?year=2021&news=25

http://iverioni.com.ge/

http://www.ayb.org.tr/

https://alternatiftarih.com/

https://www.tded.org.tr/

https://turaz.es/

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