1 new update

News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. October 21, 2020

  • Generalization of the situation at the front in a day from the representative of the Armenian Ministry of Defense

  • Azerbaijani army took control of 22 settlements - Ilham Aliyev

  • "Yerevan is not interested in the settlement of the conflict through negotiations" - Azerbaijani president aide

  • "Karabakh issue has no diplomatic solution at this stage" - Prime Minister of Armenia

  • Armenia will impose a temporary ban on the import of goods from Turkey

  • Sergey Lavrov meets with the Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia

  • Initiative to recognize independence of Karabakh submitted to US Congress for first time

  • Azerbaijani Foreign Minister leaves for Moscow

  • 63 people killed, 292 injured - Azerbaijan's Prosecutor General's Office on civilian casualties

  • Night was tense, local battles have been going on since morning - Karabakh Ministry of Defense

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan: "Armenian Armed Forces shelling Terter"

  • Armenian president flies to Brussels, Armenian Foreign Minister to Moscow

  • Fighting continued with varying intensity - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Brief summary of events as of the morning of October 21

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 17-20, 2020

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