Armenian Terrorism

Azerbaijan became an object of Armenian terrorism already since the beginning of 20th century. The terror acts reached their strong swing during first Russian revolution in 1905-1907 and in 1918-1920. Armenian terrorists acted with special cruelty. They spared neither elderly nor women and children, leaving behind burned and destroyed villages. Since the end of the 1980s, Azerbaijan has again become the main target of the Armenian terrorism. As a result, many of Azerbaijani civilians were killed and wounded.


Chronology of the some Armenian terrorist acts in Azerbaijan (1989-1994)

September 16, 1989
Passenger bus, moving on the Tbilisi-Baku highway was blown up. As a result, 5 men were killed and 25 got wounded.

February 18, 1990
On the Yevlax-Lachin highway a bus moving from Shusha to Baku was blown up. As a result, 13 were wounded.

July 11, 1990
A car caravan was attacked between the settlements of Oktavan and Jiraktar in the Agdere district of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. 3 persons were killed, 23 wounded. 

August 10, 1990
As a result of explosion of a passenger bus moving on the highway of Tbilisi-Aghdam 20 persons were killed, 30 wounded. 

December 15, 1990
A terrorist group, headed by S.Babayan and A.Ayrumanyan, killed 3 persons on a span between the Jamilli and Kosalar stations of the Asgeran district of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.

January 9, 1991
A reporter of the newspaper “Molodyoj Azerbaydjana” (“Azerbaijani Youth”) S.Askerova, and 3 other persons were killed on the road from Lachin to Shusha. 

January, 1991
Near the Drmbon settlement of the Agdere district of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan a group of Armenian terrorists, led by V.Galayan, committed an armed attack on autocade, moving to Kelbadjar. The driver of the truck was killed.

Early in 1991
Head of the “Khodjali” airport was killed by Armenian terrorists.

May 30, 1991
The Moscow-Baku passenger train was blown up near the railway station of Khasavyurt, Dagestan, Russia. 11 people were killed and 22 wounded.

July 31, 1991
On the territory of Dagestan the Armenian militants blew up the Moscow-Baku train, as a result of which 16 people were killed and 20 wounded.

November 20, 1991
“Mi-8″ helicopter, with a group of eminent statesmen, political and military figures of Azerbaijan, as well as other officials and journalists on the board, was shot down by the Armenian terrorists over the Garakend settlement of the Khodjavend district of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan. All passengers and crew were killed.

January 8, 1992
The Krasnovodsk-Baku passenger sea ferry was blown up. 25 persons were killed and 88 were wounded.

January 28, 1992
A civilian helicopter, flying on the route of Aghdam-Shusha, was shot down by the Armenian terrorists near Shusha. 3 were killed.

February 28, 1993
The Kislovodsk-Baku passenger train was blown up not far from the Gudermes station, Chechnya, Russia. 11 were killed, 18 wounded.

February 1, 1994
The Kislovodsk-Baku passenger train was blown up in the railway station in Baku. As a result, 3 people were killed and more than 20 were wounded.

March 18, 1994
The Armenian terrorists shot down the “Hercules” aircraft of Iran, with diplomats and their families onboard. As a result of the terrorist act 34 people lost their lives.

March 19, 1994
A train was blown up in the subway station of “the 20th of January” in Baku. 14 people were killed and 42 wounded.

April 13, 1994
The Moscow-Baku passenger train was blown up by the Armenian terrorists in Dagestan. 6 people were killed and 3 wounded.

July 3, 1994
A train was blown up by the Armenian terrorists between the “The 28th of May” and “Gandjlik” stations of the Baku subway. As a result, 14 people were killed and 54 were wounded.


NBC reports about Armenian Terrorism in the United States 

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