Azerbaijan's Black January pain fresh after 3 decades
Azerbaijan's Black January pain fresh after 3 decades

Azerbaijan's Black January pain fresh after 3 decades

People in Azerbaijan commemorated the victims, including women and children, massacred by the Soviet army in Baku and other provinces on Jan. 20, 1990. Despite the past 30 years, the massacre, still fresh in the hearts of all Azerbaijanis -- and named as Black January in history -- was an important turning point for the country to gain its independence after 70 years of Soviet captivity.

Haber Merkezi 16:15 January 20, 2020 AA

Azerbaijan's Black January pain fresh after 3 decades

People in Azerbaijan commemorated the victims, including women and children, massacred by the Soviet army in Baku and other provinces on Jan. 20, 1990. Despite the past 30 years, the massacre, still fresh in the hearts of all Azerbaijanis -- and named as Black January in history -- was an important turning point for the country to gain its independence after 70 years of Soviet captivity. People in Azerbaijan commemorated the victims, including women and children, massacred by the Soviet army in Baku and other provinces on Jan. 20, 1990. Despite the past 30 years, the massacre, still fresh in the hearts of all Azerbaijanis -- and named as Black January in history -- was an important turning point for the country to gain its independence after 70 years of Soviet captivity.
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