Cultural genocide of Armenian monuments continues in Nakhichevan. Regnum News Agency (Russia): December 15, 2005

Azerbaijan: Famous Medieval Cemetery Vanishes. Institute for War & Peace Reporting (London): April 19, 2006

Jeremy Page. Historic graveyard is victim of war. The Times (London): April 21, 2006

Historic Azerbaijan Graveyard Destroyed. United Press International: April 21, 2006

Jugha Cemetery. OpenDemocracy (London): April 23, 2006

Lucian Harris. World watches in silence as Azerbaijan wipes out Armenian culture. The Art Newspaper (London): May 25, 2006

Azerbaijan Denies Report of Destruction of Ethnic Armenian Cemetery. Associated Press (United States): May 16, 2006

Baku Says Cemetery Still Intact. The Moscow Times (Russia): May 17, 2006

Stephen Castle. Azerbaijan ‘flattened’ sacred Armenian site. The Independent (London): May 30, 2006

Sarah Pickman. Tragedy on the Araxes. Archaeology Magazine (United States): June 30, 2006

Armenia seeks international condemnation of alleged Azerbaijani destruction of monuments. Associated Press (United States): December 19, 2006

Simon Maghakyan. Sacred Stones Silenced in Azerbaijan. History Today (London): November 2007. Also available at Britannica.

Simon Maghakyan. Cultural Oppression in Azerbaijan blog series. Human Rights Now (Amnesty International USA): December 2010.

Simon Maghakyan. Sacred Stones Scream for Justice in Azerbaijan. Huffington Post: December 2010.

Mykil Bachoian. The Destruction of Djulfa. Law Journal for Social Justice at Arizona State University: April 6, 2011.

U.S. Envoy Barred from Armenian Cemetery in Azerbaijan. Radio Free Europe, April 22, 2011.

Simon Maghakyan. War Against History is No Path to Peace. Foreign Policy Journal: May 16, 2011.

Simon Maghakyan. Is Western Condemnation of Cultural Destruction Reserved Exclusively for Enemies? Foreign Policy Journal: August 25, 2012.

Simon Maghakyan. Palmyra and Unesco’s approach to heritage. The Guardian: August 27, 2015

Simon Maghakyan. Selective outrage in lamenting destruction of 1,400-year-old monastery. Providence Journal: February 12, 2016