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News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. November, 2, 2020

  • Forests are burning in Karabakh - State Emergency Service of Karabakh

  • One civilian killed, another wounded as a result of shelling in Karabakh - Ombudsman

  • As a result of the shelling of the territory of Armenia, one civilian was killed, two were wounded - Ministry of Defense

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry: "The enemy again fires Gubadli from the territory of Armenia"

  • Action of women from Nagorno-Karabakh in front of the US Embassy

  • Eight more settlements passed under the control of the Azerbaijani army - Ilham Aliyev

  • Enemy conducts intensive shelling of two regions - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Turkish journalist: Ilham Aliyev will deliver good news today

  • Azerbaijan continues shelling of peaceful settlements - State Emergency Service of Karabakh

  • Armenian expert's opinion on Azerbaijan's use of phosphorus weapons

  • "Armenia violated the ceasefire on the state border" - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Report from the conflict zone from the Ministry of Defense of Karabakh

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry: "The adversary is firing on the territory of two regions"

  • Combat operations continued in different directions of the front - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Armenian Foreign Ministry decalres the use of foreign terrorist fighters by Turkey and Azerbaijan

  • What happened in the Karabakh conflict zone on November 1 – overview

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