· August, 2005

Stories about Armenia from August, 2005

Armenia: Symphony of Silence

  29 August 2005

Oneworld Multimedia reviews an Armenian film, Symphony of Silence, and in doing so touches on issues affecting the aspirations of the Armenian diaspora and anyone who has suffered mental illness.

Armenia: Tough talk on Nagorno Karabakh

  18 August 2005

Blogrel‘s Hovakim notes that Azeri President Ilham Aliyev has been “talking tough” again about possible military action over Nagorno Karabakh, a largely ethnic Armenian enclave which seceded from Azerbaijan in 1991, but says ordinary people on both sides are unlikely to want to go along with it.

Turkyilmaz's Trial

  16 August 2005

Oneworld Multimedia has been reporting on and photographing the trial of Yektan Turkyilmaz, a 33 year old Duke Ph.D. candidate and Turkish citizen of Kurdish descent accused of trying to take books over 50 years old out of Armenia.