1 new update

War in Karabakh: Azerbaijan declared anti-terrorist operation, September 20

  • Number of dead and wounded in NK

  • Hundreds protest in Yerevan, demanding Pashinyan's resignation and accusations against Russia

  • President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev addressed the nation

  • Pashinyan had a telephone conversation with Putin

  • Russian peacekeepers killed under fire

  • Meduza reports on how the Kremlin recommends state media to cover the events in NK and Armenia

  • Russian peacekeepers announce they are "providing assistance to civilians". Video

  • Situation commentary from Yerevan

  • Speech by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan

  • Azerbaijani authorities will meet with representatives of Karabakh Armenian community tomorrow

  • The anti-terrorist operation is over

  • Authorities of unrecognised NKR accept peacekeepers' ceasefire proposal

  • Azerbaijan repeated the conditions for ceasefire

  • Yerevan in the morning after clashes with police throughout the night

  • "Urgently stop genocide" - statement of Artak Beglaryan

  • "The security of the population is a priority". Statement by the President of the unrecognised NKR. Is it about evacuation of the population?

  • Strike on a military unit in the village of Tyapakand - VIDEO

  • Review of last night's events from NK and Yerevan

  • Review of last night's events from Baku

  • Third war in Karabakh, day one, 19 September, reporting from Baku and Yerevan

Support JAMnews

With so much misinformation cavalierly and cynically tossed around, it is vitally important that the societies in the Caucasus benefit from journalism that is fact-checked and unbiased, balanced and sensitive. JAMnews has been giving them just that. A full-fledged newsroom presence in almost every part of the region – committed teams of editors and reporters, SMM managers and translators, experts and citizen contributors – has allowed it to always stay on top of national breaking news stories, while also keeping an eye on the not so obvious, but none the less important, issues and trends that are overlooked by others. Now, we all need your support if we are to keep the ball of what we do rolling. Every contribution you make, however small, means we can continue. Thank you

Support JAMnews