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Azerbaijan's Lezgians Attempt to Cross Artsakh Border with White Flag
YEREVAN ( — About 25 residents of the village Ketuklu of Gabala district inhabited mainly with Lezgians tried to pass to the territory of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic to the direction of Aghdam with white flags in their hands, Minval.
Azerbaijan to host multiculturalism forum
Azerbaijan is a multiethnic country with the majority of its population being Azerbaijanis, followed by small minorities of Lezgians, Armenians, Russians, Talysh, Avars, Turks, Tatars, Tats, Ukrainians, Tsakhurs, Georgians, Jews and Kurds.
Armenia Committed to Supporting Peacekeeping in Afghanistan, Says Nalbandian
BRUSSELS—Armenia is committed to assisting international partners to establish peace and security in Afghanistan, according to Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian. Nalbandian joined his counterparts in Brussels on Tuesday at a ministerial ...
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Russian Translators Denounce Use of 'Unpatriotic' Onomatopoeia in Comics
According to the suggestions, words derived from Lezgian — a language spoken in southern Dagestan and northern Azerbaijan — such as "chorkh" and "khurt-khurt" could be used to express scratching and water swallowing respectively. Izvestia, which says ...

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