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  • proper n. Alternative form of Shushi.


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  • UN Goodwill Ambassador - was on a trip to the African country and her arrival caused hysteria among the Libyan refugees at the Shusha camp on the Libyan border.

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  • Leader of the Azerbaijani community and chief of Executive Power of the Shusha region Bayram


  • Among these semi-independent kingdoms, the Karabakh khanate founded by Panah Ali-khan Javanshir circa 1750 with a capital in present-day Shusha played a primary role in reinforcing the uniquely Azerbaijani cultural identity. 8 The independence of Karabakh khanate from the general Iranian domain was particularly emphasized by the 1805 Treaty of Kurekchay negotiated directly between the Khan and the Russian military commander Pavel Tsitsianov, making the Karabakh khanate a Russian protectorate.


  • Armenian-occupation of Shusha, a cradle of Azerbaijani culture.


  • According to media reports, they envisage liberation of regions surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh area, but they say nothing about Shusha.


  • Although Nicholas and Shusha divorced in 1976, they remained neighbours in London for 30 years and their eldest son believes that, in later life, they both came to regret their decision to part. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Shusha, Khojaly, Lachin, Kalbajar, Dashkesen-Gedebey will range between -3 and 1 C, this is close normal, sometimes 1 degree higher.


  • Azerbaijan lost all of Nagorno-Karabakh except for Shusha and Khojali in December 1991.


  • It borders with Kalbajar from north, Shusha from east, Gubadli from south and Armenia from west.


  • In May 1992, Armenian and Karabakhi forces seized Shusha (the historical Azerbaijani-populated capital of Nagorno-Karabakh) and Lachin (thereby linking Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia).



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