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News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. October 23, 2020

  • "The technical and numerical superiority of the Azerbaijani army did not help Baku to solve the main task in Karabakh" - representative of the Armenian Defense Ministry

  • Azerbaijani Armed Forces do not fire on Khankendi and Khojavend - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Nagorno-Karabakh talks made "very good progress" - Donald Trump

  • Azerbaijan again shells peaceful settlements - Single Information Center

  • Armenian Foreign Minister meets with US Secretary of State in Washington

  • Azerbaijani Foreign Minister meets with US Secretary of State

  • Azerbaijan shells the city of Martakert - State Emergency Service of Karabakh

  • Another 13 settlements passed under the control of the Azerbaijani army - Ilham Aliyev

  • NK President appealed to Putin with a request "to do everything possible to end hostilities"

  • Human Rights Watch: "Azerbaijan uses banned cluster munitions against peaceful settlements in Karabakh"

  • Updated data on Azerbaijan's civilian casualties

  • Since the night, peaceful settlements have been shelled, since the morning there are battles in all directions of the front - a message from Karabakh

  • Today US Secretary of State to meet with Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan

  • Fighting continues along the entire length of the front - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Brief summary of events as of the morning of October 23

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 22, 2020

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