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  • Originally posted by Hakob View Post
    Why is Russian media quiet? Any husband and wife metaphors?
    No insults to Kazakhs?
    The entire region's future is about to be several generations of clusterxxxxism. The remaining Armenians need to GTFO of there immediately. There is no future Iraq or Syria. Maybe a Lebanon full of refugees that will erupt into Civil War again.

    Armenia needs to stay out of this bullsh*t at all costs and continue developing energy/food/defense independence programs to make sure this BS does not reach us.


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    • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

      The entire region's future is about to be several generations of clusterxxxxism. The remaining Armenians need to GTFO of there immediately. There is no future Iraq or Syria. Maybe a Lebanon full of refugees that will erupt into Civil War again.

      Armenia needs to stay out of this bullsh*t at all costs and continue developing energy/food/defense independence programs to make sure this BS does not reach us.
      Agree 100%! An old Armenian say "Never build your home where there is a mosque"

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      • Originally posted by Azad View Post

        Agree 100%! An old Armenian say "Never build your home where there is a mosque"
        For sure! Armenia is a high altitude nation, it has a massive resource of fresh water, a small population. We can live off of solar, wind, and geo energy. We have enough land in Southern Armenia and Artsakh to feed 3 million people. We have enough brainpower to build a national defense system that can keep the Azeri monkeys and Turkish monkeys at bay.

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        • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

          For sure! Armenia is a high altitude nation, it has a massive resource of fresh water, a small population. We can live off of solar, wind, and geo energy. We have enough land in Southern Armenia and Artsakh to feed 3 million people. We have enough brainpower to build a national defense system that can keep the Azeri monkeys and Turkish monkeys at bay.
          A couple of nukes, which we may already have, and monkeys will never go anywhere higher than their trees.

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          • Irar togh satketsenen shounere. Kounerem amenoun.

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            • Interesting! They did this a year ago with oil being around $40. Now that it is around $60 they are still bleeding?

              "International Bank of Azerbaijan seeks 180-day extension of restructuring"

              https://www.reuters.com/article/azer...-idUSR4N1PB02C

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              • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                Irar togh satketsenen shounere. Kounerem amenoun.
                Yes al anonts mez mamaneroun kounem.

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                • Kurdish forces recapture key mountain in Afrin sending Turkey-led Islamists running from the battlefield

                  By Andrew Illingworth
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                  23/01/2018



                  BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:10 A.M.) – Kurdish forces in Syria’s Afrin region have launched a counter-attack against Turkey-led militias, pushing pro-Ankara rebels to abandon a key piece of high-ground they had earlier taken.

                  According to both Turkish and Kurdish sources, a counter-attack by raider units of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) has driven Turkey-led forces from Mount Barsaya after the latter initially captured it from the former for several hours on Monday.

                  Reports clarify that Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army militants were unable to fortify their positions on Mount Barsaya by the time Kurdish fighters launched their counter-attack.

                  In the end, pro-Ankara rebels were literally sent running from the mountain back towards their starting positions north of Azaz under bombardment from Kurdish artillery.

                  According to Al-Masdar News journalist Ibrahim Joudeh, so far the Turkish Army and Free Syrian Army groups subordinated to it have not managed to capture any strategic or high-value areas within Afrin in what is now their third day of operations against Kurdish forces throughout the region.

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                  • Turkish forces score first major victory in Afrin

                    By Leith Aboufadel
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                    28/01/2018



                    BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 P.M.) – The Turkish Army and their allies from the Euphrates Shield forces scored their first major victory inside the Afrin Canton, following the intense battle for Jabal Barsaya in the northeastern corridor of this region.

                    With Jabal Barsaya fully under their control, the Turkish Armed Forces now possess fire control over much of the towns in northeastern Afrin.

                    This advance by the Turkish forces will likely spell big trouble for the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG), as Jabal Barsaya is the highest point in the Afrin Canton.

                    While the Turkish military has captured Jabal Barsaya before, this is the first time that they have secured the mountaintop and fortified their positions in the area.

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                    • ՀՀ ԱԳՆ-ն ստուգում է Աֆրինում հայ երիտասարդի մահվան մասին լուրերը
                      29.01.2018


                      ՀՀ ԱԳՆ-ն ստուգում է Աֆրինում հայ երիտասարդի մահվան մասին ԶԼՄ-ներում հայտնված տեղեկությունը: Այս մասին NEWS.am- ի թղթակցի հետ զրույցում ասել է ՀՀ ԱԳՆ մամուլի քարտուղար Տիգրան Բալայանը:

                      ԶԼՄ-ների հրապարակումների համաձայն՝ Թուրքիայի Զինված ուժերի ռազմական գործողությունների հետեւանքով մահացել է Ռոշեր Քոնիս անունով 24-ամյա հայ երիտասարդը, նրա մայրը՝ Շամսա Քոնիսը, եւ 25-ամյա քույրը՝ Հանիֆա Քոնիսը, վիրավոր են:

                      Աֆրինում այժմ երեք հայ ընտանիք է ապրում: Հունվարի 24-ին այնտեղ բնակվող հայերից մեկը վիրավորվել էր: Աֆրինում քրդերի դեմ թուրքական զինված ուժերի գործողությունների ժամանակ ռումբերից մեկն արձակվել էր հայերին պատկանող տան վրա:

                      Մինչ ռազմական գործողությունների սկիզբը Աֆրինում, ինչպես նաեւ դրա մոտակայքում գտնվող Ազազ գյուղում, շատ հայեր էին ապրում: Այժմ նրանք այլեւս այնտեղ չեն, իսկ նախկինում գործող հայկական եկեղեցին եւ մշակութային տները ոչնչացվել են:

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