01 November 2020


Armenia, Azerbaijan trade fresh accusations of Karabakh attacks (1)
Nvard Hovhannisyan and Nailia Bagirova, ReutersoOctober 31, 2020 By Nvard Hovhannisyan and Nailia Bagirova YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) - Armenia and Azerbaijan once more accused each other of bombing residential areas on Saturday, in defiance of a pact to avoid the deliberate targeting of civilians in and around the mountain enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. Shelling was reported by both sides within hours of the latest agreement to
Armenia asks Moscow for help amid Nagorno-Karabakh fighting (1)
Armenia's leader has urged Russia to consider providing security assistance to end the fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh, the biggest escalation in the decades-long conflict between his country and Azerbaijan By AVET DEMOURIAN Associated Press October 31, 2020, 11:25 AM YEREVAN, Armenia - Armenia's leader urged Russia Saturday to consider providing security assistance to end the fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh,
Deputy FM: Iran, Turkey Major Players in Region (1)
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Seyed Abbas Araqchi who is on a regional tour to discuss solutions to settle the Karabakh dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia, described Iran and Turkey as major players in regional stability. "Frank and productive discussion with Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat "Onal in Ankara," Araqchi wrote on his twitter page on Saturday after meeting with his Turkish counterpart.
Azerbaijani army fully complies with all international norms - Ministry of Defense (1)
31 October 2020 18:10 (UTC+04:00) BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 31 Asif Mekhman - Trend: The Azerbaijani army operates strictly in accordance with all international norms, said the press secretary of the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, Lieutenant Colonel Anar Eyvazov during briefing, Trend reports on Saturday. He noted that the Armenian Armed Forces, suffering losses, are retreating along the entire front.
Guterres condemns aggressions against civilians in Nagorno-Karabakh (1)
UN Photo/Mark Garten UN Secretary-General Ant'onio Guterres. 31 October 2020 Peace and Security The UN chief remains "deeply concerned" over reports that hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh are continuing to affect civilians, his spokesperson said on Saturday. Secretary-General Ant'onio Guterres condemns the violence and reiterated that "both sides have the obligation, under international humanitarian law,
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