She’s been incredibly versatile throughout the competition — Beyoncé one week, a traditional cover the next — and she proved to be a chameleon yet again tonight.
#Depi Evratesil #eurovision pic.twitter.com/Mcl Az VPZo W — wiwibloggs (@wiwibloggs) December 24, 2016 During the Armenian covers section she came into her own.
In the twentieth century, the Armenian people struggled to create an independent homeland.
During World War I (1914–18), they were treated as possible enemies when Turkey joined the Central Powers against Russia.
In 1915, many Armenians were rounded up and sent to concentration camps in the Syrian desert where as many as one and one-half million were killed.
This has come to be known as "the Armenian genocide" and it still deeply affects the character and mind-set of the Armenian people.