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News, reports, photos / videos on military actions in Karabakh for October 10, 2020

  • Azerbaijan violates ceasefire and fires at peaceful settlements

  • Azerbaijani Armed Forces saboteurs killed mother and her disabled son in Hadrut - Karabakh Ombudsman

  • Enemy shells the city of Tartar - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Armenian Defense Minister and ICRC leader discussed mechanisms for exchanging prisoners of war and bodies of the dead

  • Azerbaijan can be stopped only by international recognition of Karabakh's independence - Karabakh Foreign Ministry

  • "The military unit, or its first part, has come to an end" - Ilham Aliyev

  • Azerbaijan attempted sabotage in Hadrut - Karabakh Defense Army

  • Armenian armed forces violating ceasefire - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Karabakh Defense Army units ordered to cease fire

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry denies information about missile attack on Kafan

  • Missile strike on Kapan town of Syunik region of Armenia - Armenian Defense Ministry

  • No strikes were made on targets in Armenia - Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry

  • Azerbaijani attack drones attack southern region of Armenia

  • Intense fighting continued throughout the night - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Azerbaijan ‘trying to change the situation’ before the armistice - Armenian Defense Ministry

  • Azerbaijan and Armenia agree on a ceasefire, all details of the agreement

  • Brief summary of events for the morning of October 10

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 9, 2020

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