15 November 1996Levon Ter-Petrossyan, 51, oriental philologist by profession, was one of the dozen original members of the Karabakh Committee created in Yerevan in the summer of 1988 to support the demand of Nagorno-Karabakh – Azerbaijan’s predominantly Armenian-populated Autonomous Oblast – for unification with Armenia. Ter-Petrossyan and several other Karabakh Committee members, including Vazgen Manukyan, […]

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