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

  • Ambulance car came under fire in Aghdam region of Azerbaijan

  • Karabakh President Calls for "Forming an International Anti-Terrorist Coalition"

  • Iranian President called Ilham Aliyev

  • Azerbaijan opens humanitarian corridors for Armenian population - Defense Ministry

  • European Court of Human Rights upholds the appeal of the Armenian government against Turkey

  • Iran warns of tough measures against the parties to the Karabakh conflict

  • Enemy shells territories of three regions of Azerbaijan - Defense Ministry

  • Special services of Azerbaijan announced the interception of radio communications of mercenaries fighting on the Armenian side

  • "Azerbaijan ignores Iran's security" - Armenian Defense Ministry

  • Prime Minister of Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh

  • "Azerbaijani side continues to spread disinformation" - Armenian Defense Ministry

  • "Instructions given to continue systematic, consistent destruction of enemy forces" - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • "Due to constant shelling of Stepanakert, ambulance doctors cannot provide assistance in time" - Minister of Health of Armenia

  • Ilham Aliyev met with Turkish Foreign Minister

  • "Stepanakert will not ask for an armistice" - Speaker of the Karabakh Parliament

  • Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry releases video from Chakhirli village, taken under control of Azerbaijani army

  • "The night passed relatively calmly at the border" - the Ministry of Defense of Armenia

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry denies message from Armenian side on ‘trap for enemy forces’

  • Fighting in Karabakh: Day 10. Brief overview

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 5, 2020

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