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When 100,000 Armenians fled from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia at the end of September 2022, Azerbaijan took control of the territory, which belongs to it under international law. For Armenia, the loss of Nagorno-Karabakh is another bitter blow in its tragic history since the genocide of Armenians in Turkey in 1915. Subscribe to our Youtube channel: 🤍 Armenia: Alone Among Enemies | ARTE.tv Documentary 🗓 Available until the 23/10/2053 ARTE.tv Documentary is here to tell you more about what’s going on in the world of culture, news and current affairs with powerful, refreshing and entertaining docs subtitled in English for our international fans. Discover a whole world on #ARTE.tv #Azerbaijan #artetvdocumentary #armenia
SOUTHERN ARMENIA – While the world focuses on Israel's war against Hamas, an ongoing conflict threatens a tiny Christian nation at the intersection of Europe and Asia. Armenia is facing a potential genocide at the hands of its militant neighbor, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan's army is five times larger than Armenia's. With backing from Turkey, Azerbaijan moved in October to take over the Nagorno-Karabach district, a disputed exclave of 1,700 square miles that has been inhabited by Armenians for millennia. After a brutal war over that territory in 2020, a ceasefire was brokered by Russia, who sent peacekeepers to enforce the terms of the deal. Now, as Russia's war against Ukraine takes a heavy toll, Azerbaijan seized the region in a brutal 3-day campaign and drove out more than 120,000 Armenians. Read the full story from CBN's New Correspondent Chuck Holton: 🤍 CBN News. Because Truth Matters™ Download the free CBN News App: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to the CBN News Channel for more: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to the QuickStart Newsletter by visiting quickstart.news SUBSCRIBE to the Quickstart Podcast. New episodes every morning at 7am: cbn.com/cbnnews/quickstart What's coming up next? Have a look at our program guide: 🤍 CBN features 24-hour TV news from a Christian perspective. The CBN News Channel provides independent news programming to an underserved audience to enlighten, entertain and inspire Christians around the world. Comments below do not necessarily reflect the views of CBN. Share this live feed with your friends and family: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Like us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Contact News Editors: 🤍 Questions about other CBN programs: Visit WatchCBNNews.com or call (888) 700-7000. Questions about supporting CBN News? Visit JoinCBNNews.com or call (888) 700-7000 for more information. Questions about Helping the Home Front? Call: 800-700-7000 🤍 #breakingnews #politicalnews #christiannews #christian #christianity #church #breakingnews #cbnnews
En 2023 se reabrió el conflicto entre Armenia y Azerbaiyán. El 19 de septiembre las tropas azeríes lanzaron una operación militar relámpago en el Alto Karabaj, una zona montañosa de 4.400 kilómetros cuadrados dentro del territorio de Azerbaiyán, pero cuya población era de etnia armenia prácticamente en su totalidad. Y digo que la población era armenia porque, en apenas 24 horas tras la operación militar, los azeríes se hicieron con el control del Alto Karabaj, lo que supuso la expulsión, o salida forzada de allí, como queramos decirlo, de unos 150.000 armenios étnicos, que pusieron rumbo a Armenia. Por tanto, con este panorama uno podría entender que el conflicto de más de 3 décadas entre armenios y azeríes habría terminado, puesto que el Alto Karabaj está, de manera indiscutible, bajo el control total de Azerbaiyán. Sin embargo, puede que no sea así, y hay varios indicios para pensar que un nuevo conflicto entre ambos países podría surgir. Porque, si miramos al mapa actual, la cosa es que Azerbaiyán está todavía dividido, ya que tiene un enclave, Najicheván, que no está conectado al resto del país.Por esta razón, ya está sonando la posibilidad de un corredor que pase por Armenia para conectar los dos territorios de Azerbaiyán. Y esto, según cómo se haga, podría suponer una ocupación de facto de territorio armenio por parte de Azerbaiyán. Algo que contaría con el total apoyo de Turquía, y puede incluso que con el beneplácito de la Unión Europea. Por ello, hoy toca volver a hablar del conflicto entre Armenia y Azerbaiyán, porque ¿en qué consistiría ese corredor del que os estoy hablando? ¿Qué indicios reales tenemos para pensar que ese corredor podría llegar a crearse? ¿Y por qué Turquía y la Unión Europea podrían ser cómplices, de alguna manera, de una futura invasión azerí de Armenia? Gracias al Ayuntamiento de Alzira por apoyar este vídeo! A través de “Alzira On Europe” llevan desde 2008 gestionando proyectos relacionados con la movilidad de estudiantes de formación profesional para el empleo, el Cuerpo Europeo de Solidaridad, el intercambio de jóvenes y cursos de formación en el extranjero, o Eurodisea, por ejemplo: 🤍 Sígueme en mis redes sociales! 🔴 Mi otro canal (🤍 💸 Patreon : 🤍 📸 Instagram : 🤍 🐥 Twitter : 🤍 👕 Mi marca de ropa: 🤍 00:00 Introducción 02:17 ¿Qué pasó con el Alto Karabaj? 05:58 Corredor de Zangezur: ¿Nuevo conflicto entre Armenia y Azerbaiyán? Enlaces: - Azerbaiyán debe permitir que los armenios étnicos regresen a Nagorno-Karabaj: tribunal de la ONU: 🤍 - ¿Qué queda entre Armenia y Azerbaiyán tras la guerra? 🤍 - Qué hay detrás del apoyo turco a Azerbaiyán: 🤍 - Tras vencer al Karabaj, Azerbaiyán busca ahora un corredor hacia Turquía: 🤍 - El 'corredor' armenio de Azerbaiyán es un desafío al orden global basado en reglas: 🤍
Travel Vlog Documentary, Armenia Country. 🇦🇲 Road Trip Diary – DAY 6. 🚗 Join us for our latest episode and decide for yourself – is Armenia a step back in time or an undiscovered jewel waiting to be explored? We travel through the mesmerizing province of Lori, where majestic mountains cut through the landscape, forming breathtaking canyons that leave you in awe. Along our scenic route, we meet the Armenians who call the countryside home and who live a rural life. Our adventure doesn't stop there, we invite you to discover the heartbeat of Gyumri, the second-largest city in Armenia. Marvel at this unique "Black City" with a special „retro“ charm … dive with us into the authentic and nostalgic echoes of the Soviet era. Join us on our GRAND ARMENIAN ROAD TRIP and discover one of the most fascinating countries in the Caucasus (bordering Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey, and Georgia)! We show you our UNFILTERED travel experiences in Armenia! Our road trip adventure is full of surprises and takes us to remote places, villages and cities. See how Armenians react to us as we spontaneously approach them in their daily lives. Get an authentic impression of Armenia, as we shed light on the different realities that exist. 🎥 Watch DAY 5 of our Road Trip Diary 🚗🇦🇲 🤍 Thanks for watching & commenting! Much love xx Nicole & Roberto Travel video 20 | Filmed October 2023 #armenia #travel #travelvlog - 👩🏼🧔🏻 WHO ARE WE? Hi, we're Nicole from Austria/Germany and Roberto from Switzerland/Italy! We believe that traveling is more than just sightseeing. When we go on our road trip adventures, we are looking for spontaneous and genuine encounters with the locals (of all ages and backgrounds), the country (nature, villages, cities) and the food. Our travels are about uncovering the REAL & UNSCRIPTED LIFE in each destination, with all its sunny & shady sides! We try to find out what really makes each country unique beyond postcard-perfect images. Thank you for going on this journey with us! - 💌 We would love to hear from you. We read and cherish every comment we get! 👍 By giving a "Thumbs up", you are helping this video become visible to others (thank you!) 🔔 Please subscribe and turn on notifications for our newest videos 🤍 🤝 Connect with us on Social Media for daily adventures & behind-the-scenes ► on Instagram: 🤍 ► on Facebook: 🤍
Recently my friend Alena 🤍DepressedRussian and I travelled to Armenia! Since the beginning of the war, many Russians have been moving here as well. And I heard that in comparison with Georgia, Armenia has better relationships with Russia, and people there are more willing to speak Russian with expats. So I went there to see it myself, and understood much more about our countries' relationships. I also enjoyed exploring the city of Yerevan and learning about Armenian culture. I hope you'll like it too! In this video: 0:00 road from Tbilisi to Yerevan 2:51 interesting facts about Armenia 5:37 metro system 6:56 Soviet and Persian heritage 8:14 Armenian language 9:25 attitude to Russia 14:38 exploring Yerevan 18:34 unpleasant experiences 22:58 Armenian food 24:18 the Caucasus region 26:50 Do I want to live in Georgia or in Armenia? Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Support me on 🤍 Follow me on 🤍
In November 2023, Armenia decided to boycott the latest summit of the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation, the CSTO. Coming on top of growing tensions between Yerevan and Moscow, this was seen as yet further evidence that Armenia is steadily distancing itself from Russia. This has even led to speculation that it is on the verge of a final break with Moscow and will pursue a new relationship with the West, joining NATO and the EU. So, could Armenia really be about to pursue an entirely new strategic direction? Armenia has a long and fascinating history stretching back thousands of years. Over that time, it has frequently been caught between the major powers of the day, including Greece, Persia, Rome, Parthians, Arab Islam, Byzantium, the Seljuks, Mongols, and the Ottomans. However, in modern times, its closest relationship has been with Russia. Having come under imperial Russian rule in the nineteenth century, it then became a part of the Soviet Union. But even after the break up of the USSR, it continued to maintain a close relationship with Moscow. Until now. Following the war with Azerbaijan, which saw the loss of Nagorno-Karabakh, many Armenians have blamed Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, for not stepping in to save the territory. As a result, the Armenian Prime Minister, Nikol Pashinyan, has been building ties to the West. But as shown, any moves towards NATO and the EU are more complicated than they seem, and any final split with Russia is much tougher than it sounds. *MY NEW BOOK!* Secession and State Creation: What Everyone Needs to Know Oxford University Press 🤍 Amazon 🤍 Audiobooks.com 🤍 *SUPPORT THE CHANNEL* Hello and welcome! My name is James Ker-Lindsay, and here I take an informed look at International Relations, conflict, security, and statehood. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe. If you want more, including exclusive content and access to the channel Discord server, please consider becoming a Channel Member or support me through Patreon. I would greatly appreciate your support. Thank you! SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE 🤍 BECOME A CHANNEL MEMBER 🤍 JOIN MY PATREON PAGE 🤍 *VIDEO CHAPTERS* 00:00 Introduction and Titles 00:47 Armenia’s Foreign Policy Problem 01:46 Background to Armenia 02:37 A History of Armenia and the Armenians 03:56 Armenia: From Imperial Russia to the USSR 05:09 Armenia after the Breakup of the Soviet Union 06:45 Armenia Grows Closer to Russia 07:45 Tensions Grow Between Armenia and Russia 08:58 Armenian-Russian Relations Breakdown 10:54 Could Armenia Join NATO? 11:54 Could Armenia Join the EU? 13:32 Will Armenia Break with Russia? *SOURCES AND FURTHER READING* Government of Armenian | YouTube 🤍 EU Neighbours Fact Sheet | Armenia 🤍 EU vs Disnfo Armenia | EEAS Website 🤍 Office of the High Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs 🤍 Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) 🤍 *EQUIPMENT USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO* 🤍 *MAPS* 🤍 *DISCLAIMERS* - The contents of this video and any views expressed in it were not reviewed in advance nor determined by any outside persons or organisation. - Some of the links above are affiliate links. These pay a small commission if you make a purchase. This helps to support the channel and will be at no additional cost to you. #Armenia #Russia #NATO #EU
Armenia has been struggling to cope with the aftermath of the crisis. In just a matter of days, almost all of the enclave's population - ethnic Armenians numbering over 100,000 people - have fled to Armenia. There's anger there at the country's old ally Russia - for doing nothing to stop the Azerbaijani army from taking control of Nagorno-Karabakh. While some Armenians now hope to forge closer ties with Europe instead of Russia, their geopolitical situation leaves no easy answers. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Armenia #Azerbaijan #Nagorno-Karabakh
Welcome to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia and one of the oldest cities in the world. We spent a few days exploring Yerevan and we are excited to share the best things to do and top things to see in Yerevan, from the famous Cascade complex to the traditional market. We also share with you where you can have the best traditional Armenian dishes in Yerevan. 🌐 Explore Armenia with these great deals: ✈️ Flights: 🤍 Yerevan: 🏨 Hotels & Rentals: 🤍 🚗 Car Rentals: 🤍 🎉 Experiences: 🤍 For more videos, subscribe: 🤍 You can read our stories on 🤍 Or join me on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 I get the music for my videos here: 🤍 ——————————————————————— My gear: Sony A6500: 🤍 Sony RX100 V: 🤍 GoPro Hero 5: 🤍 GoPro Hero 7: 🤍 DJI Mavic Pro: 🤍 Zhiyun Crane V2: 🤍 GoPro 3-Way Mount: 🤍 ——————————————————————— 00:00 General information about Yerevan 00:50 The Cascade complex 01:48 Northern Avenue in Yerevan 02:27 Food in Yerevan 04:00 Gum Market 05:16 Vernissage Market 06:06 Blue Mosque 06:48 Armenian Genocide Memorial Business contact: hello🤍travelwithmansoureh.com #travelvlog #armenia
Protesters in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, have called for help from the international community, saying an Azerbaijani blockade of the Nagorno-Karabakh region has led to shortages of food, medicine, gas and other essentials. The demonstrators say the humanitarian crisis in the disputed region is creating 'a real possibility of genocide' Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Sign up to the Guardian's free new daily newsletter, First Edition ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 The Guardian on YouTube: The Guardian ► 🤍 Guardian Australia ► 🤍 Guardian Football ► 🤍 Guardian Sport ► 🤍 Guardian Live ► 🤍 #Armenia #Azerbaijan #NagornoKarabakh #Yerevan #Artsakh
The 20th century had no shortage of terrible events that cast a shadow over people today. The deaths of over a million Armenians is one such tragedy. Few tragedies have faced such bitter political discussion after the fact as the Armenian Incident. , others deny it ever happened, insist it was an accident, or that it was a justified response to a political threat. In this video, we look at the unspeakable things that happened in the Armenian Incident and how its complicated legacy is still hotly debated today. If you appreciate these videos, leave a like to show your support and subscribe to A Day In History for more content like this. Setting the Stage Nestled in the Caucasus Mountains on the border between Europe and Asia, Armenia’s long history has seen it caught between countless empires. By the late 19th century, Western Armenia was firmly under the control of the Ottoman Empire while a smaller Eastern portion was controlled by the Russians. The Armenians of the Ottoman Empire faced many obstacles. As a Christian minority in a Muslim-majority Empire, they were subject to legal discrimination and higher taxes. Over time, racial ideologies that privileged ethnic Turks opened new opportunities for anti-Armenian discrimination. Another significant obstacle was their role as a middleman minority. A middleman minority is an ethnic group that is overrepresented in occupations like bankers, merchants, and bureaucrats relative to their small overall population. Other middleman minorities around the world included the Chinese in Southeast Asia, the Gujaratis in India, and most famously the Jews in Europe and the United States. Although only a small percentage of Armenians worked in these lucrative jobs, all Armenians were subject to discrimination that described them as parasites, thieves, and leeches who were stealing the wealth of the rest of the population. This caused outbreaks of violence and persecution throughout the late 19th century. The Ottoman government regularly seized Armenian land to redistribute to Muslim and Kurdish settlers and the Kurdish Hamidian regiments were given free reign to raid Armenian villages as part of their resettlement. Despite attempts to muster international support, the Armenians were left to defend themselves and formed a number of impromptu militia groups to defend their towns, but the Ottoman authorities interpreted this as a sign of rebellion and cracked down hard in the 1890s. #armenian #history #worldwar1 #ottoman #armenianhistory Sources: 🤍 Music: Motionarray.com & Epidemic Music DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are, or represent, the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please send an email to adayinhistory2021🤍gmail.com Copyright © 2021 A Day In History. All rights reserved.
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This is my first time to the beautiful country of Armenia. This country, and it's people, know how to eat! We're taking you on a 24 hour STREET FOOD tour in the capital city of Yerevan. Today we will learn about the long and complicated past of this small landlocked country. From the rich history to the devout religion of its people. Armenia has a lot to learn about, and we will be learning about that together in today's episode. Our menu for the day includes homemade "msho dolma" a dish originating from "western Armenia" or present day Turkey. Bulgar and chopped beef is wrapped in a wine leaf to create an incredibly delicious bite. Next up it's off to see how traditional Armenian gata is made. After what feels like endless free samples at Yerevan's famous GUM Market we head to Vostan restaurant to taste more traditional Armenian cuisine including melt-in-your-mouth lamb. CHAPTERS : 0:00-0:50 Intro 0:50-4:23 Yerevan Sightseeing 4:23-8:32 Dolma Making 8:32-11:41 Eating Dolma 11:41-15:16 Echmiadzin 15:16-19:39 Gata 19:39-26:14 GUM Market 26:14-31:50 Dinner at Vostan 31:50-32:14 Outro Huge thank you to the Armenian Tourism Board for inviting us to their beautiful country! I'm Luke Martin, food lover and world traveller! I make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. I particularly like to sample street food across Asia. I’ve eaten my way across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, parts of Africa, North America and the list is still growing! My mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! I love what I do and I'm always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode! 👕 BUY CHOPSTICK TRAVEL MERCH : 🤍 🥢 SUPPORT CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 📱FOLLOW CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 🤍 🎵 MUSIC (try it for free) : 🤍
The leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia argued openly in front of Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday in testy exchanges that underlined the extent of their dispute over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. During a meeting in Moscow, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan raised the issue of the Lachin corridor while Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev listened to his concerns with a smirk, before Putin closed off the conversation, noting that the topic was sensitive. "We will now have the opportunity, as we agreed, to talk about everything calmly in a businesslike manner in a trilateral format," Putin said before turning to other matters. For more info, please go to 🤍 Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: 🤍 Like Global News on Facebook HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: 🤍 #GlobalNews #azerbaijanarmenia
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The breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh has been dissolved after decades of bloody conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 The collapse has led to almost all the ethnic Armenians living in the region to flee over the border into neighbouring Armenia. Many say they will never return. The Guardian’s Andrew Roth and Christopher Cherry were at the border as the exodus began. They heard the stories of those fleeing their homeland, sometimes for the third and fourth time, in a conflict that has claimed the lives of thousands. The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Sign up to the Guardian's free new daily newsletter, First Edition ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 The Guardian on YouTube: The Guardian ► 🤍 Guardian Australia ► 🤍 Guardian Football ► 🤍 Guardian Sport ► 🤍 Guardian Live ► 🤍 #NagornoKarabakh #Armenia #Azerbaijan #Europe #War #News
And where it leaves war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh. Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Nagorno-Karabakh is a mountainous area in the Caucasus region between Europe and Asia. For more than 30 years, it's been locked in a conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The fight between the two countries began in the early 20th century but became a frozen conflict for 60 years while the whole region was under the control of the Soviet Union. When the Soviet Union fell, newfound independence sparked a brutal six-year war in the region, where Armenia emerged victorious. From 1994 to 2020, Armenia controlled Nagorno-Karabakh, while Azerbaijan rebuilt its military. Fighting erupted again in summer 2020, and Azerbaijan went on the offensive — eventually capturing most of Nagorno-Karabakh and dramatically reshaping the region. Sources and further reading: Thomas de Waal: 🤍 Alex Ward, Vox: 🤍 Charlotte Mathilde Louise Hille: 🤍 Human Rights Watch: 🤍 Economist: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍. Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Or Twitter: 🤍
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In 1915 a million people were brought through what is now Turkey and walked to their deaths near Deir-al-Zour in modern Syria. One hundred years on, only a handful of survivors remain to tell the stories of the Armenian genocide, which they witnessed. by Diana Markosian A hundred years after the Armenian genocide, filmmaker Diana Markosian found two survivors who witnessed deportation, death, and denial of the events of 1915. Together they journeyed back to the past. I was never interested in pursuing work on the Armenian genocide. When I started this project, it was still just a vague historical narrative. I knew that, in 1915, the Ottomans initiated a policy of deportation and mass murder to destroy their Armenian population. And that, by the First World War’s end, more than a million people were eliminated from what is now modern-day Turkey. But I had no idea of the personal toll the genocide exacted on my own family, or the sense of connection I would slowly come to feel through making this piece. I am Armenian, but I was born in Moscow and raised in America. For most of my life, I struggled with my Armenian identity, partly because of the history one inherits. It is something I understood but never fully embraced. Then a year ago, I happened to be in Armenia when a foundation approached me, requesting help in finding the remaining genocide survivors. I pursued voter registrations online to see who was born before 1915, and then traveled cross-country to find them. That’s how I met Movses and Yepraksia — who lived past their hundredth year. When I met them, they shared with me memories of their early homes. Movses was born in the village of Kebusie in Musa Dagh Mountain not far from the Syrian border. Yepraksia lived in a small village near Kars on the Armenian border. They hadn’t seen their home since escaping a century ago. I wanted in some way reunite each of the survivors with their homeland. I decided to travel back Turkey to re-trace their last memories. When I told the survivors I would be visiting their native land, each one asked me to fulfill a wish. Movses, from Musa Dagh, drew a map of his village, and asked me to find his church and leave his portrait on the footsteps of what are now ruins. He hadn’t seen his home in 98 years. In his village, I found everything he had described to me: the sheep, the fruit he remembered eating, and the sea. I even found the ruins of what was once his church. Yepraksia, from a small village in Kars, asked me to help her find her older brother who she separated from after 1915. Once I returned to Armenia, I created billboard-sized images of the survivors’ homelands as a way of bridging the past and present. All these years later, upon delivering the image, the survivors grabbed on, as if by holding the image close they would be taken back to a place they called home many years ago. This is a story of home — everything they had, everything they lost. And what they have found again. CREDITS: Assistant Producer: Vahe Hakobyan Sound Recordist: Harutyun Mangasaryan Field Producer: Arevik Avanesyan Colourist: Boyd Nagle Video Editor: Andy Kemp Filmed, Produced and Directed by Diana Markosian Subscribe for more like this, every day: 🤍 Dangerous world: 🤍 The news explained: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Technology: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
We spent a couple of days in Yerevan to explore the city and restart our year in Georgia. I've edited little pieces filmed on different days into one "one-day" vlog to make it more enjoyable for you to watch. Hope you'll like it! Thank you for watching 💛 ▪️Support me on Patreon: 🤍 It helps me to keep my videos free from sponsored ads 💛 ☕️ You also can buy me a cup of coffee at 🤍 📲 Instagram: 🤍 02:56 - breakfast 04:13 - the local church 04:58 - giant stairs 08:40 - cars 🚗 09:51 - traditional lunch 11:37 - flea market 13:28 - fancy city center 15:52 - history 17:49 - dinner 18:31 - a special treat This video was not sponsored. #armenia #yerevan #victoriaterekhina #minimalrussiangirl #travelvlog
Listen “Armenia” 🤍 PRODUCTION: BASEMENT VIDEO DIRECTOR: GIULIA ACHENZA E GIADA BOSSI CINEMATOGRAPHY: GIADA BOSSI ART DIRECTION: GIULIA ACHENZA DRONE: JEFFREY ALEX ATTOH FASHION STYLING: REBECCA BAGLINI MAKEUP AND HAIR: SERENA CONGIU EDITING: GIADA BOSSI E GIULIA ACHENZA COLOR: ORASH RAHNEMA LOCATION SCOUTING: STEFANO MELONI, GIULIA ACHENZA E GIADA BOSSI CASTING: GIULIA ACHENZA EXTRAS: SIAMA RAYNER, SERYGNE SALL, KARY KHOUMA, VERONICA MANCA, GIUSEPPE EMMA, LAVINIA DELLA TORRE, SARA E NADIRA PILERI. THANKS TO CENTRO IPPICO REITERHOF MORGENSTERN, CLEO MORGENSTERN, MAVI CAREDDU, LIFE CENTER/ SCUOLA DI DANZA MAVI CAREDDU, LICEO SCIENTIFICO LORENZO MOSSA, LICEO CLASSICO ANTONIO GRAMSCI, COOPERATIVA MAS QUE NADA, FRANCESCO CRESPI. Music video by Joan Thiele performing Armenia. (C) 2017 Universal Music Italia Srl 🤍
After taking full control of Nagorno-Karabakh in September, will Azerbaijan go further? In the southern Armenian province of Syunik, residents are increasingly worried about the threat from Baku. Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev claims Syunik and much of Armenian territory is historically Azerbaijani, referring to it as "Western Azerbaijan". Since 2020, Azerbaijan has also taken 150 square kilometres of Armenian land near the border, according to Armenian officials. FRANCE 24's Catherine Norris Trent, Julie Dungelhoeff and Mohammed Farhat report. Read more about this story in our article: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on X (Twitter): 🤍 Browse the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍 Discover our TikTok videos: 🤍 Get the latest top stories on Telegram: 🤍
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Armenians worried about their missing relatives after Azerbaijan this week launched a lightning offensive in the breakaway region, which led to the surrender of Armenian separatists a day later. Local residents such as Grigor Zakharyan said that it was hard to contact family members in Nagorno-Karabakh and find out what is going on in the territory. "Nobody knows where anyone is (in Nagorno-Karabakh). In the forest or in the mountains, are they hungry or cold. Maybe they are no longer alive and we won't see them. I don't know. It's something like this. It's very difficult,” Zakharyan said. Meanwhile, several Russian peacekeeping vehicles, including large trucks, were seen leaving the disputed region. For more info, please go to 🤍 Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: 🤍 Like Global News on Facebook HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: 🤍 #GlobalNews #Armenia #Azerbaijan
Join the VisualPolitik community and support us on Patreon: 🤍 The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict seems to have come to an end. Faced with Armenia's weakness and isolation, Azerbaijan has seized Nagorno-Karabakh in a lightning mission that has led to the mass exodus of more than 100,000 ethnic Armenians from the territory to Armenia, in what many already claim is another ethnic cleansing in the post-Soviet space. However, tensions are far from leaving the South #Caucasus. Russia, Turkey and Iran have strong interests in the region. Moreover, the attacks suffered by Israel at the hands of Hamas may lead the Jewish state to try to harm Iran in the region. What interests are at stake in the South Caucasus? How has Azerbaijan finally gained power over Nagorno-Karabakh? Will this be the definitive end of the conflict between #Armenia and #Azerbaijan?
Sign up to Brilliant (the first 200 sign ups get 20% off an annual premium subscription): 🤍 In the last few days, Azerbaijan has deployed thousands of troops to the Armenian border amidst their ongoing siege of Nagorno-Karabakh. So in this video, we break down the history of the region and why Azerbaijan may regain control of the territory soon. 🎞 TikTok: 🤍 🗣 Discord: 🤍 💡 Got a Topic Suggestion? - 🤍 Support TLDR on Patreon: 🤍 Donate by PayPal: 🤍 Our mission is to explain news and politics in an impartial, efficient, and accessible way, balancing import and interest while fostering independent thought. TLDR is a completely independent & privately owned media company that's not afraid to tackle the issues we think are most important. The channel is run by a small group of young people, with us hoping to pass on our enthusiasm for politics to other young people. We are primarily fan sourced with most of our funding coming from donations and ad revenue. No shady corporations, no one telling us what to say. We can't wait to grow further and help more people get informed. Help support us by subscribing, engaging and sharing. Thanks! 1 - ttps://twitter.com/KimKardashian/status/1700187724890911113 2 - 🤍 3 - 🤍 4 - 🤍 5 - 🤍 6 - 🤍 7 - 🤍 8 - 🤍 9 - 🤍 10 - 🤍 11 - 🤍 12 - 🤍 13 - de Waal, Thomas (2003). Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War. New York: New York University Press. 00:00 Introduction 01:03 A Bit of History 02:55 Recent Tensions 05:09 Is Azerbaijan About to Invade? 07:38 Brilliant
Protesters gather outside government offices in Yerevan hours after Azerbaijan launched a military operation in Nagorno-Karabakh, as Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan slammed calls for a "coup" in Armenia. Armenia's opposition has accused Pashinyan of being weak on Karabakh, a region mostly populated by ethnic Armenians over which Yerevan and Baku have been locked in a dispute over decades. Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only
Subscribe and 🔔 to #JESC2023 👉 🤍 Yan Girls will represent Armenia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with their song Do It My Way. For more information about Yan Girls visit: 🤍 ~~~ Credits ~~~ Music: tokionine Lyrics: Vahram Petrosyan, Maléna Mix / mastering: tokionine, Dave Kutch Record producer: Anush Ter-Ghukasyan Produced by: tokionine Music-video director: Arthur Manukyan DOP: Artyom Abovyan Choreographer: Viktoria Martirosyan Costume design and styling: Faina Editing & colour grading: Eduard Matencyan ~~~ Lyrics ~~~ verse 1 Էս երգը քեզ տանելույա, Ու տեղից քեզ վեր հանելույա, Մեր ուժից հիմա հողը կդողա, Baby now you are in my area! Բարի - բարի չստացվեց էս երգը մի տեսակ, Բայց արի ու արի ու արի ու տես ուր հասանք, Օ – աաաա (տես ես ուր հասանք), օ – աաաա: I’m too cool to be a fool, So don’t you mess with me! chorus I’mma do it my way, And I’m breaking the rules, No matter what they say, Ain’t nothing I can’t do! verse 2 Չեմ սիրում ես չա-չա-չա, էդ իմ ոճը չի, Ես պիտի լինեմ ոնց կամ ու չեմ ամաչի, Boom, now I run this room and your eyes are on me, Wroom, move it with the groove, movin’ with your body. I’ll take me to the stop, never gonna’ stop, I’m number one I’m never gonna’ lose! Դե տանը մի մնա, տանը մի մնա, տանը մի մնա, դե արի դուրս, Օ – աաաա (դե արի դուրս), օ – աաաա: Կամ արի փոխենք էս խաղը, Կամ մի խանգարի: chorus I’mma do it my way, And I’m breaking the rules, No matter what they say, Ain’t nothing I can’t do! ~~~ Lyrics in English ~~~ verse 1 This song will take over you, And will make you move, The ground will shake from our power, Baby now you are in my area! This song didn’t turn out too kind, But look at us and where we’re now, O-aaa (look at us now), o-aaa. I’m too cool to be a fool, So don’t you mess with me! chorus I’mma do it my way, And I’m breaking the rules, No matter what they say, Ain’t nothing I can’t do! verse 2 I don’t like cha-cha-cha, that’s not my style, I have to be myself and I won’t be shy, Boom, now I run this room and your eyes are on me, Vroom, move it with the groove, movin’ with your body, I’ll take me to the top, never gonna’ stop, I’m number one I’m never gonna’ lose! So don’t stay at home, don’t stay at home, don’t stay at home – come outside, O-aaa (come outside), o-aaa. Let’s play another game, Or stop bothering me! chorus I’mma do it my way, And I’m breaking the rules, No matter what they say, Ain’t nothing I can’t do! - #Heroes - join us in Nice on Sunday 26 November! 🇫🇷 If you want to know more about Junior Eurovision, visit 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Junior Eurovision celebrates diversity through music. Please keep your comments respectful. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, body-shaming or any other derogatory or hostile language. Offensive users will be blocked and reported.
Fears of a new conflict are growing as Turkey and Azerbaijan demand a corridor through Armenian territory after last month's forced exodus of ethnic Armenians from the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. As Dorian Jones reports, the demands come as Iran hosts peace talks between Yerevan and Baku. #Turkey #armenia #voanews #Iran #news Originally published at- 🤍 » Subscribe to VOA News: 🤍 » Watch more VOA News video: 🤍 Voice of America (VOA) is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, providing news and information in more than 40 languages to an estimated weekly audience of 236.8 million people. VOA produces content for digital, television, and radio platforms. It is easily accessed via your mobile phone and on social media. It is also distributed by satellite, cable, FM and MW, and is carried on a network of approximately 3,000 affiliate stations. Since its creation in 1942, Voice of America has been committed to providing comprehensive coverage of the news and telling audiences the truth. Through World War II, the Cold War, the fight against global terrorism, and the struggle for freedom around the globe today, VOA exemplifies the principles of a free press. Connect with VOA News: » VISIT OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 » LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: 🤍 » FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍 » FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: 🤍 » FOLLOW US ON THREADS: 🤍
Thousands of ethnic Armenians have fled their homes in the Nagorno-Karabakh region amid an ongoing military operation by Azerbaijan. CBS News' Chris Livesay has the latest. #news #armenia #azerbaijan CBS News Streaming Network is the premier 24/7 anchored streaming news service from CBS News and Stations, available free to everyone with access to the Internet. The CBS News Streaming Network is your destination for breaking news, live events and original reporting locally, nationally and around the globe. Launched in November 2014 as CBSN, the CBS News Streaming Network is available live in 91 countries and on 30 digital platforms and apps, as well as on CBSNews.com and Paramount+. Subscribe to the CBS News YouTube channel: 🤍 Watch CBS News: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Follow CBS News on Instagram: 🤍 Like CBS News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CBS News on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletters: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com
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After Azerbaijan's lightning assault on Nagorno-Karabakh caused ethnic Armenians to flee the region, there's potential that Azerbaijan will continue to invade Armenia proper. Full Newsletter: 🤍 Where to find more? Subscribe to the Newsletter: 🤍 Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: 🤍 Listen to the Podcast: 🤍 Zeihan on Geopolitics website: 🤍 Purchase the Global Outlook Webinar Here: 🤍 Where to find me on Social Media? Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #armenia #azerbaijan #turkey #iran
Subscribe and 🔔 to Eurovision 👉 🤍 Brunette will represent Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool with the song Future Lover. Thanks to participating broadcaster: 🤍ArmenianPublicTV ~~~~~ Credits ~~~~~ Music and lyrics: Brunette Mix & mastering, arrangement: Arthur Armeni Produced by: Nare Manukyan Music video director: Aramayis Hayrapetyan DOP: Artyom Abovyan Line Producer: Mikayel Sargsyan Second Director: Lilit Frangulyan Project Manager: Anush Hakobyan Stylist: Narek Jhangiryan Make up: Liana Ayvazyan Hair: Siran Matshkalyan Gaffer: Geras Velikhanyan Editing: Aramayis Hayrapetyan CG: Andranik Torosyan Colour Correction: Karen Melkumyan Choreography: Jan Abrahamyan Decoration: Stage Style Produced by: Gravity Production - #UnitedByMusic - Liverpool 2023 The Eurovision Song Contest celebrates diversity through music. Please keep your comments respectful. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, body-shaming or any other derogatory or hostile language. Offensive users will be blocked and reported. Music first, always. Subscribe to the Official Eurovision Song Contest Podcast: 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 If you want to know more about the Eurovision Song Contest, visit 🤍 Shop for official Eurovision Song Contest merchandise: 🤍
I can't get over how beautiful Armenia is 💛 We need to start talking about this country right now, because with its epic nature and friendly people, I can see it becoming the next BIG travel destination 😍 My roadtrip across Armenia took me from the capital Yerevan (which is super cool and happening, by the way!) to the mountains in the West, across all the Monasteries (Tatev, Sevan, Khor Virap...), to Lake Sevan and Garni. It. Was. Epic. » FOLLOW ME ON INSTA FOR DAILY TRAVEL: 🤍
Well, my attempt at prepping a video this morning and getting ahead of a brewing war between Armenia and Azerbaijan has failed. Hostilities broke out within minutes of me finishing the recording, but here's what's what... Full Newsletter: 🤍 Where to find more? Subscribe to the Newsletter: 🤍 Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: 🤍 Listen to the Podcast: 🤍 Zeihan on Geopolitics website: 🤍 Purchase the Global Outlook Webinar Here: 🤍 Where to find me on Social Media? Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #azerbaijan #armenia #war
Subscribe and 🔔 to #JESC2023 👉 🤍 Here’s an exclusive first look at Yan Girls’ rehearsal ahead of their performance at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Sunday 26 November. Listen to the official album on all streaming platforms 👉 🤍 - #Heroes - join us in Nice on Sunday 26 November at 16:00 CET! 🇫🇷 If you want to know more about Junior Eurovision, visit 🤍 Follow us on TikTok: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Junior Eurovision celebrates diversity through music. Please keep your comments respectful. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, body-shaming or any other derogatory or hostile language. Offensive users will be blocked and reported.
Azerbaijan’s forces rained artillery fire on Armenian positions in Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday, and local officials reported that scores of people — both civilians and troops — were killed and wounded in the fighting. This video may be available for archive licensing via 🤍
Best Places to visit in Armenia 🇦🇲 #Armenia is well-known for its stunning scenery, food, culture, and history. Since Armenia was the first country to embrace Christianity, it is home to some of the world's oldest churches and monasteries, many of which are built in breathtaking natural surroundings. In this video we have explored the Top Ten most beautiful #places to #visit in the wondrous land of Armenia, so if you are planning a trip to this country, we have got you covered with this video. 10: Tsaghkadzor 09: Garni Temple 08: Etchmiadzin 07: Dilijan National Park 06: Goris 05: Debed Canyon 04: Lake Sevan 03: Noravank 02: Geghard Monastery 01: Yerevan #travel #tourism #Armenia RELATED VIDEOS: Discover ARMENIA in Ultra HD | Best Places to Visit in Armenia 2019 | Armenia Travel Guide 2018 🤍 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit ARMENIA Right Now 🤍 Visit Armenia | HD 🤍 Visit Armenia. A video traveling Guide across the country 🤍