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News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. October 31, 2020

  • The fighting continues, both the Armenian and Azerbaijani sides have successes - in different directions - Armenian Defense Ministry

  • Civilian killed as a result of shelling by Azerbaijani armed forces - Karabakh ombudsman

  • Russian community of Azerbaijan holds rally in support of army

  • 91 civilians have died since the beginning of the war in Azerbaijan - Prosecutor General's Office of Azerbaijan

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan: "There are no prohibited weapons, ammunition in the armament of the Azerbaijani army"

  • Azerbaijani Armed Forces use banned phosphorus munitions containing elements of chemical weapons - Karabakh Defense Ministry

  • "Karabakh is a question of national dignity" - Ilham Aliyev

  • If the battles move to the territory of Armenia, Russia will help Yerevan - Russian Foreign Ministry

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry denies reports of shelling of Khankendi and Shusha cities

  • The Armenian side informs about the violation by Azerbaijan of the agreements reached in Geneva

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan: "The village of Giyameddinli of Agjabedi region was shelled"

  • Return fire on enemy firing points opened - Azerbaijan Defense Ministry

  • Letter to Putin from the Prime Minister of Armenia

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan: "Territory of three regions underwent artillery fire"

  • Combat operations continue - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Brief summary of events as of the morning of October 31

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 30, 2020

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