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News, reports, photos / videos on military actions in Karabakh for October 8, 2020

  • Armenian government toughens martial law canons

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry disseminated video with trophies

  • Second blow to the cathedral in Shushi, three journalists were injured

  • Enemy military column defeated - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Armenian Foreign Minister to go to Moscow for talks

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry denies involvement in church destruction

  • Negotiations on escalation in Karabakh began in Geneva

  • Armenia continues to collect facts about the use of Syrian mercenaries by the enemy

  • Azerbaijan recalled Ambassador to Greece for consultations - Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry

  • How long will the hostilities last, at what cost? Azerbaijani, Armenian leaders answer on Euronews

  • The death toll among civilians in Azerbaijan reaches 31 people - Prosecutor General's Office

  • Azerbaijani Armed Forces fired at the main church of Shushi

  • Territory of Barda under fire by ‘Tochka-U’ missile systems - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Soldiers in Karabakh incited to betrayal: Armenian Prime Minister announced treason

  • Enemy continues to fire on populated areas, there are dead - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Stepanakert shelled at night, enemy attack repelled in the morning - information from Karabakh

  • A short overview of events as of October 8

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 6, 2020

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