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News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. October 17-20, 2020

  • Karabakh fighting, developments. October 20

  • Pashinyan & Aliyev to meet? Beheading reports. Attack near pipeline – Karabakh on Oct. 19

  • Armenia and Azerbaijan decide on ceasefire for humanitarian reasons

  • Armenian armed forces fire at Agjabadi region of Azerbaijan, one wounded - Prosecutor General's Office

  • 60 civilians killed since hostilities began in Azerbaijan - Prosecutor General's Office

  • Karabakh Defense Army publishes video of consequences of rocket attack on Karabakh settlements

  • President of Azerbaijan addresses the public, main messages

  • Death toll in Ganja reaches 13 people - Ministry of Emergencies of Azerbaijan

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan: "The operational situation in different directions of the front remained tense"

  • Armenian Armed Forces bombard settlements - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Ministry of Defense of Armenia: tension remained at night, Stepankert and Shushi were fired on in the morning

  • At least 13 civilians killed in second missile strike on Ganja in Azerbaijan - presidential adviser

  • Brief summary of events as of the morning of October 17

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 16, 2020

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