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News, reports, photos / videos on military actions in Karabakh for October 2, 2020

  • Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry: "All responsibility for the current situation lies with the leadership of Armenia"

  • Photos of shelled Stepanakert

  • Three rockets hit the Nagorno-Karabakh capital

  • A telephone conversation took place between the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Russia

  • "The fight will continue until the liberation of Karabakh from occupation" - Erdogan

  • 10 "pickups" presented to the Azerbaijani army

  • 10 civilians were injured as a result of rocket attack on Stepanakert

  • "They are beating Stepanakert" - military expert

  • "We will resolutely oppose aggression against Artsakh" - Armenian Foreign Ministry

  • "Turkey wants the same thing in Karabakh that it wanted a hundred years ago - to exterminate the Armenians" - Prime Minister of Armenia

  • "Smerch" hits the city of Hadrut in Karabakh, civilians are injured - Military expert

  • Israeli army radio found on killed Azerbaijani officer

  • Introduced restrictions on entry from Armenia to Nagorno-Karabakh:

  • Azerbaijani settlements undergoing artillery fire - Defense Ministry

  • Armenia reports 54 more casualties, total 107

  • Tense night – Armenian anti-aircraft systems destroy Azerbaijani reconnaissance drones

  • 12 participants of demonstrations in support of Azerbaijan arrested in Iran

  • Madagiz village in Karabakh taken by Azerbaijani army – Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 1, 2020

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